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TCP J01375892+4951055

TCP J01375892+4951055   2016 10 19.5761*  01 37 58.92 +49 51 05.5  13.2 U             And       I 0



2016 10 19.64

Not a known minor planet or comet. A Gaia DR1 star of 19.247 mag with position end figures 58.930s and 05.48" is only 0.1" from the reported position. Further designations for this (blue) progenitor candidate: USNO-B1.0 1398-0041475, GSC2.3 NBZ2017198, SDSS J013758.90+495105.4, GALEX J013758.9+495104, AllWISE J013758.86+495106.0 --- Patrick Schmeer (Bischmisheim, Germany)




2016 10 19.605

Image : http://www.k-itagaki.jp/images/and.jpg




2016 10 19.8831

I imaged this transient this evening and confirm a new object present that is not on DSS2 plates at the following position RA 01 37 58.92 +49 51 05.7 UCAC-4 130 ref stars dRA 0.11 dDe 0.10 position mag=13.2 RC Denis Buczynski Tarbatness Observatory MPC Code I81 image at this link https://britastro.org/node/8087




2016 10 20.0784

Photometry results were B=13.07, V=13.13 and Ic=13.63 with 0.50-m f/4.5 CDK astrograph + FLI-PL11002M CCD, iTelescope.NET at Mayhill, NM, USA remotely. Rather blue color. It might be dwarf nova. Seiichiro Kiyota (Kamagaya, Japan)




2016 10 21.81811

Observation of this transient object was made on 2016 10 21.81811 by Andrea Mantero at Bernezzo Observatory (MPC C77) Cuneo, Italy, with a telescope 0.25 m. f/4 + V filter. Performed photometry returns a value of 13.477 +/- 0.021 V magnitude (reference v mags from AAVSO).Astrometry RA= 01 37 58.91 De= +49 51 05.7 position measured from reference stars UCAC-4 catalogue.



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