Peremennye Zvezdy

"Peremennye Zvezdy",
Prilozhenie
,
vol. 5, N 5 (2005)

NSV 855

A. V. Khruslov
Russia, Tula

Received:   10.11.2005;   accepted:   13.12.2005
(E-mail for contact: khruslov@bk.ru)


Star Name: NSV 855, NSVS 4000553, GSC 2840.01177, CSV 000227
Coordinates (J2000): 02 34 14.26, +42 14 27.6
Variability type: DSCT;   Limits, System: 13.2 - 13.8 (R);    
Period: 0.0749808 d;   Epoch(max): JD 2451455.114

Remarks:
NSV 855 was discovered by Wachmann (1939) and independently by Kinman et al. (1982), the star's type was not determined. According to ROTSE-I data (Akerlof et al., 2000) and in agreement with photographic observations from Kinman et al. (1982), it is a HADS (high-amplitude Delta Scuti) star with M-m = 0.23P (ROTSE-I) and M-m = 0.35P, range 13.3 - 13.8 (pg) (Kinman et al.).

References:
Akerlof, C., Amrose, S., Balsano, R. et al., 2000, AJ, 119, 1901
Kinman, T.D., Mahaffey, C.T., Wirtanen, C.A., 1982, AJ, 87, 314
Wachmann, A.A., 1939, Spektral-Durchmusterung von Milchstrassenfeldern, Teil 1

Light Curve
NSV 855
The small dots in the bottom panel of the Figure are uncertain data points.


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