Peremennye Zvezdy

"Peremennye Zvezdy",
Prilozhenie
,
vol. 12, N 4 (2012)

New Semiregular and Irregular Pulsating Variable Stars III

A. V. Khruslov
Institute of Astronomy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Received:   27.11.2011;   accepted:   23.03.2012
(E-mail for contact: khruslov@bk.ru)


#NameOtherCoord (J2000)TypeMaxMinSystemPeriodEpoch (JD)typeSpCommentL.CurveFind.ChartData
1 USNO-A2.0 1500-0003103200 01 29.24, +64 23 16.6LB11.612.0R  other Comm. 11.PNGchart1.PNGNSVS 1606454
2 USNO-A2.0 1575-0002861600 02 55.58, +70 34 42.3LB12.813.2R  other Comm. 22.PNGchart2.PNGNSVS 197999 NSVS 200691
3 USNO-A2.0 1575-0011746900 13 46.46, +68 17 30.2LB12.412.7R  otherNComm. 33.PNGchart3.PNGNSVS 206131 NSVS 1612794
4 GSC 4295-0075500 28 35.04, +68 15 18.7LB11.411.7R  other Comm. 44.PNGchart4.PNGNSVS 213848 NSVS 1620804 NSVS 1666102
5 GSC 4299-0053800 30 24.40, +69 47 39.5LB11.4511.8R  other Comm. 55.PNGchart5.PNGNSVS 213650
6 USNO-B1.0 1575-001401700 38 10.22, +67 32 38.5LB13.214.0R  other Comm. 66.PNGchart6.PNGNSVS 219465 NSVS 1626498
7 GSC 4295-0072500 39 21.45, +68 16 26.1SR11.0511.35R702451470max Comm. 77.PNGchart7.PNGNSVS 219444 NSVS 1626527 NSVS 1671812
8 USNO-A2.0 1500-0082863900 47 52.32, +67 21 10.1LB13.013.5R  other Comm. 88.PNGchart8.PNGNSVS 225091 NSVS 1632181 NSVS 1675284
9 GSC 4304-0185200 49 53.90, +71 23 05.4SR10.911.3R1202451346max Comm. 99.PNGchart9.PNGNSVS 221241 NSVS 335698
10 GSC 4304-0140000 50 56.40, +71 39 38.7SR:12.4512.8R245:2451435maxNComm. 1010.PNGchart10.PNGNSVS 221355 NSVS 336708
11 GSC 4300-0102500 55 28.60, +70 00 54.0SR11.511.9R57.42451442max Comm. 1111.PNGchart11.PNGNSVS 225697 NSVS 335213
12 GSC 4296-0053400 58 26.76, +68 29 06.0SR10.010.35R85.22451403max Comm. 1212.PNGchart12.PNGNSVS 229287 NSVS 333514
13 GSC 4296-0113501 00 05.47, +67 37 23.1LB11.812.25R  other Comm. 1313.PNGchart13.PNGNSVS 231352 NSVS 332686 NSVS 1638810 NSVS 1682342
14 USNO-A2.0 1500-0105615601 01 04.96, +67 03 19.9LB11.9512.6R  other Comm. 1414.PNGchart14.PNGNSVS 232690 NSVS 332163 NSVS 1640216 NSVS 1682449
15 GSC 3721-0073503 56 32.35, +55 14 52.7SR11.411.7R902451537max Comm. 1515.PNGchart15.PNGNSVS 1982949 NSVS 2085873
16 TYC 3336 00036 104 15 40.11, +49 19 00.8LB9.3510.0R  other Comm. 1616.PNGchart16.PNGNSVS 4252579 NSVS 4276075
17 USNO-B1.0 1407-011591404 17 28.13, +50 43 05.0M12.1<13.3R 2451423max Comm. 1717.PNGchart17.PNGNSVS 4253585 NSVS 4278913
18 GSC 3337-0012504 22 06.95, +50 17 29.1LB11.0511.35R  other Comm. 1818.PNGchart18.PNGNSVS 4258133 NSVS 4282794
19 GSC 3341-0088504 22 37.65, +51 05 47.1SR11.6512.0R76.32451535max Comm. 1919.PNGchart19.PNGNSVS 4258109 NSVS 4283863
20 GSC 3337-0164404 24 33.50, +49 29 09.8LB10.7711.0R  other Comm. 2020.PNGchart20.PNGNSVS 4260870 NSVS 4284457
21 GSC 3337-0174504 24 54.47, +49 26 14.2SR12.0512.35R1032451479max Comm. 2121.PNGchart21.PNGNSVS 4261229 NSVS 4284743
22 USNO-A2.0 1350-0457441504 26 03.08, +50 28 33.5LB12.412.8R  other Comm. 2222.PNGchart22.PNGNSVS 4261590 NSVS 4286481
23 USNO-A2.0 1350-0459877904 27 40.44, +47 30 43.8LB12.412.8R  other Comm. 2323.PNGchart23.PNGNSVS 4264995 NSVS 4286041
24 USNO-B1.0 1370-012115404 31 06.72, +47 02 51.1LB13.7514.1R  other Comm. 2424.PNGchart24.PNGNSVS 4268404 NSVS 4289030
25 GSC 4090-0089504 34 46.27, +66 59 45.7SR10.911.1R422451615max Comm. 2525.PNGchart25.PNGNSVS 527764 NSVS 2073549
26 USNO-A2.0 1350-0474430704 38 16.55, +46 52 00.7LB12.612.95R  other Comm. 2626.PNGchart26.PNGNSVS 4295724
27 GSC 4090-0194204 38 30.97, +67 06 42.1SR11.7512.0R382451476max Comm. 2727.PNGchart27.PNGNSVS 529581 NSVS 2075300
28 USNO A2.0 1275-0376038704 48 02.60, +44 45 52.7SR:11.712.2R66:2451608max Comm. 2828.PNGchart28.PNGNSVS 4304484 NSVS 4350248
29 GSC 4519-0108604 49 13.42, +79 00 25.5SR12.112.55R602451586max Comm. 2929.PNGchart29.PNGNSVS 447843 NSVS 573210 NSVS 614636 NSVS 493712
30 GSC 2906-0008104 51 37.66, +44 23 36.9LB11.111.35R  other Comm. 3030.PNGchart30.PNGNSVS 4308147 NSVS 4353715
31 GSC 4350-0005805 09 53.21, +72 49 11.5LB11.0511.55R  other Comm. 3131.PNGchart31.PNGNSVS 543544
32 GSC 2415-0177505 30 54.85, +35 56 32.3LB11.411.7R  other Comm. 3232.PNGchart32.PNGNSVS 6972664
33 USNO-A2.0 1200-0342167005 30 56.51, +36 52 20.0SR11.9512.25R382451501max Comm. 3333.PNGchart33.PNGNSVS 6972666
34 USNO-A2.0 1200-0342972305 31 17.68, +32 11 03.4LB12.3512.75R  other Comm. 3434.PNGchart34.PNGNSVS 6973298
35 GSC 4347-0000105 34 55.03, +71 01 08.5SR10.711.05R502451464maxMComm. 3535.PNGchart35.PNGNSVS 553076 NSVS 643775
36 GSC 2911-0103505 43 50.58, +38 42 06.9SR10.3510.55R37:2451589max Comm. 3636.PNGchart36.PNGNSVS 4407482 NSVS 4516608
37 GSC 2911-0082905 45 01.90, +38 39 40.0LB11.3511.6R  other Comm. 3737.PNGchart37.PNGNSVS 4517957 NSVS 4408699
38 GSC 2911-0168505 45 10.58, +38 22 23.1LB10.711.2R  other Comm. 3838.PNGchart38.PNGNSVS 4517939 NSVS 4408977
39 USNO-B1.0 1281-015266705 48 09.51, +38 08 35.3SR:13.414.2R 2451545maxC:Comm. 3939.PNGchart39.PNGNSVS 4521385
40 TYC 2925 01526 106 03 37.89, +38 14 30.2LB10.110.35R  other Comm. 4040.PNGchart40.PNGNSVS 4539378
41 GSC 4349-0139606 07 55.27, +69 56 01.2LB12.5512.9R  other Comm. 4141.PNGchart41.PNGNSVS 564713 NSVS 653588
42 GSC 4345-0025806 10 33.70, +68 56 17.1SR10.610.85R41.32451533max Comm. 4242.PNGchart42.PNGNSVS 566688 NSVS 653412
43 GSC 4366-0037906 28 23.69, +72 57 16.0LB10.811.1R  other Comm. 4343.PNGchart43.PNGNSVS 566158 NSVS 602093 NSVS 663096
44 TYC 3467 01086 113 50 12.99, +47 40 41.8SR9.59.85R572451606max Comm. 4444.PNGchart44.PNGNSVS 5076116
45 TYC 2015 00238 114 31 08.04, +24 39 22.6SR10.1710.62V40.8:2453111max Comm. 4545.PNGchart45.PNGASAS 143108+2439.4 NSVS 7737539
46 GSC 9261-0138314 41 09.72, -70 32 06.8SR12.513.8V70.772454610max Comm. 4646.PNGchart46.PNGASAS 144110-7032.2
47 TYC 3059 02028 115 41 48.98, +44 46 41.4SR9.59.8R482451340maxM4/M7Comm. 4747.PNGchart47.PNGNSVS 5171068 NSVS 5199496 NSVS 5220333
48 GSC 4421-0225817 34 34.64, +68 29 25.6LB12.112.3R  otherM7-M8Comm. 4848.PNGchart48.PNGNSVS 1096177 NSVS 2892329 NSVS 2954179
49 TYC 4436 01063 117 49 04.27, +72 30 10.2LB9.159.4R  otherM3Comm. 4949.PNGchart49.PNGNSVS 1097188 NSVS 1183974
50 TYC 2622 00760 118 16 08.15, +30 10 35.3LB10.0510.3R  other Comm. 5050.PNGchart50.PNGNSVS 8100370 NSVS 8145482
51 TYC 2740 01813 122 42 39.51, +32 09 41.5SRD11.8512.1R41.42451465max Comm. 5151.PNGchart51.PNGNSVS 8914829
52 GSC 4483-0151823 56 06.13, +70 59 59.8LB11.612.05R  other Comm. 5252.PNGchart52.PNGNSVS 195332
53 USNO-B1.0 1590-022132123 57 42.24, +69 01 34.1M:13.0:14.0R  other Comm. 5353.PNGchart53.PNGNSVS 195924 NSVS 198741

Comments:


1. IRAS 23589+6406. J–H = 1.201 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

2. J–H = 1.120 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

3. IRAS Z00110+6800. J–H = 1.431 (2MASS). CGCS 22 (Alksnis et al. 2001). Type SR with the period 130 d is not excluded. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

4. IRAS Z00256+6758. J–H = 1.135 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

5. IRAS 00274+6930. J–H = 1.251 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

6. IRAS Z00351+6716. J–H = 1.164 (2MASS). Faint close companion USNO-B1.0 1575-0014023. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

7. IRAS 00363+6759. J–H = 1.171 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

8. IRAS Z00447+6704. J–H = 1.252 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

9. IRAS 00466+7106. J–H = 1.045 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

10. IRAS Z00477+7123. J–H = 1.137 (2MASS). CGCS 122 (Alksnis et al. 2001). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

11. IRAS Z00522+6944. J–H = 1.111 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

12. IRAS 00551+6812. J–H = 1.016 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

13. IRAS 00568+6721. J–H = 1.350 (2MASS). CGCS 152 (Alksnis et al. 2001). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

14. IRAS 00578+6647. J–H = 1.154 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

15. IRAS Z03525+5506. J–H = 1.097 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

16. IRAS 04119+4911. B–V = 2.606 (Tycho2), J–H = 0.828 (2MASS).

17. IRAS 04136+5035. J–H = 1.316 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis. Three red images from the Digitized Sky Survey show that the variability amplitude is considerable:
1954-10-05: R = 18.6;
1988-11-05: R = 14.1;
1993-10-20: R = 19.0.
Delta mag = 4.7 mag, indicating that the variable is a Mira star (the comparison star magnitudes were taken from the USNO-B1.0 catalog).

18. Probably can be identified with IRAS 04182+5010. J–H = 1.264 (2MASS). Type SR is not excluded. Faint close companion 2MASS 04220533+5017418.

19. Probably can be identified with IRAS 04187+5058. J–H = 1.167 (2MASS).

20. IRAS 04208+4922. J–H = 1.231 (2MASS).

21. J–H = 1.171 (2MASS).

22. IRAS Z04222+5021. J–H = 1.309 (2MASS). Type SR with the period of 71 d is not excluded.

23. IRAS 04240+4724. J–H = 1.547 (2MASS). CGCS 688 (Alksnis et al. 2001). Type SR with the period of 160 d is not excluded.

24. IRAS Z04274+4656 . J–H = 1.475 (2MASS). Close companion USNO-B1.0 1370-0121185, the NSVS amplitude is slightly underestimated. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

25. Probably can be identified with IRAS F04298+6653. J–H = 0.955 (2MASS).

26. IRAS 04346+4646. J–H = 1.347 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

27. J–H = 0.901 (2MASS).

28. IRAS Z04444+4440. J–H = 1.072 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

29. J–H = 0.838 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

30. Probably can be identified with IRAS Z04481+4418. J–H = 1.026 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

31. IRAS F05038+7245. J–H = 0.909 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

32. J–H = 1.078 (2MASS). Period 70 d and type SR are possible.

33. IRAS 05275+3650. J–H = 1.211 (2MASS).

34. IRAS 05280+3208. J–H = 1.252 (2MASS). Type SR with the period of 100 d is not excluded.

35. IRAS F05291+7059. J–H = 0.944 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

36. IRAS Z05404+3840. J–H = 1.001 (2MASS).

37. IRAS 05415+3838. J–H = 1.069 (2MASS).

38. IRAS 05417+3821. J–H = 1.000 (2MASS).

39. IRAS Z05446+3807. J–H = 1.192 (2MASS). CGCS 1055 (Alksnis et al. 2001). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

40. IRAS 06001+3814. J–H = 0.980 (2MASS), B–V = 1.455 (Tycho2). Type SR is not excluded. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

41. J–H = 0.950 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

42. Probably can be identified with IRAS Z06052+6856. J–H = 0.924 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

43. IRAS F06222+7259. J–H = 0.880 (2MASS). Type SR is not excluded. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

44. IRAS 13482+4755. B–V = 1.650 (Tycho2), J–H = 0.839 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

45. BD+25 2788, IRAS 14288+2452. B–V = 1.812 (Tycho2), J–H = 0.843 (2MASS). According to ASAS-3 data, the most probable period is 40.8 d; other possible periods are 36.7 and 29.2 days. According to ROTSE-I/NSVS data, the most probable period is 45.6 d, a 39.3-day period is also possible. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

46. IRAS Z14365-7019. J–H = 1.030 (2MASS).

47. IRAS 15401+4456. B–V = 1.360 (Tycho2), J–H = 0.863 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

48. IRAS F17348+6831. J–H = 0.887 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

49. IRAS 17500+7230. B–V = 1.631 (Tycho2), J–H = 0.849 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

50. IRAS F18141+3009. B–V = 2.226 (Tycho2), J–H = 0.874(2MASS). Type SR is not excluded. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

51. B–V = 0.855 (Tycho2), J–H = 0.590 (2MASS). Faint close companion GSC 2740-01090, J–H = 0.245 (2MASS), the NSVS amplitude is slightly underestimated. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

52. IRAS 23536+7043. J–H = 1.003 (2MASS). Type SR is not excluded. Faint close companion GSC 4483-01506 the NSVS amplitude is slightly underestimated. The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

53. IRAS 23551+6844. J–H = 1.674 (2MASS). The ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis.

Remarks:
I present the discovery of 53 new semiregular (SR, SRB, SRD) and irregular (LB) pulsating variable stars. A search for variables was carried out in the publicly available data of the Northern Sky Variability Survey (NSVS; Wozniak et al. 2004) and The All Sky Automated Survey (ASAS-3; Pojmanski 2002). These observations were analyzed using the period-search software developed by Dr. V.P. Goranskij for Windows environment. The coordinates were drawn either from the Tycho-2 or 2MASS catalogs.

In several cases, the ROTSE data with photometric correction flags (usually rejected) were kept for the analysis. The use of these data considerably increases the number of available observations without deteriorating quality and allows us to determine the period more accurately.

The sources of spectral types in the Table are: Abramyan and Gigoyan (1995), Alksnis et al. (2001), Lee et al. (1947), Mickaelian and Gigoyan (2000), Stephenson (1986).

References:
Abramyan, G.V., Gigoyan, K.S., 1995, Astrophysics, 38, 115
Alksnis, A., Balklavs, A., Dzervitis, U., et al., 2001, Baltic Astronomy, 10, 1
Lee, O.J., Baldwin, R.J., Hamlin, D.W., 1947, Ann. Dearborn Obs., part No 1, 5
Mickaelian, A.M., Gigoyan, K.S, 2000, Astrophysics, 43, 55
Pojmanski, G., 2002, Acta Astronomica, 52, 397
Stephenson, C.B., 1986, Astrophys. J., 301, 927
Wozniak, P.R., Vestrand, W.T., Akerlof, C.W., et al., 2004, Astron. J., 127, 2436



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