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TCP J11312211+4322382

TCP J11312211+4322382   2016 11 04.8134*  11 31 22.11 +43 22 38.2  12.5 U             UMa       5 0



2016 11 04.813

Discovered by T. Kojima using 135-mm lens which was confirmed on following several frames, limiting magnitude = 13.5. He writes nothing is visible at this location on two frames taken 2015 Dec. 7 and 2016 Oct. 26 UT and also there is a star at 22s.58, 34'.5 on USNO A2 Catalog.




2016 11 04.818

Oops, an image at http://www.oaa.gr.jp/~oaacs/image/TCPinUMa2016.jpg. A star on USNO-A2 mentioned on above line is R14.8.




2016 10 30.188

This object is the SU UMa-type dwarf nova MR UMa (Gaia DR1 position end figures 22.380s, 38.65"). The still ongoing outburst (a superoutburst) was detected by me visually with a 203-mm Schmidt–Cassegrain telescope (Meade 2080) on 2016 October 30.188 UT at mv= 12.4 (vsnet-alert 20273): http://ooruri.kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp/mailarchive/vsnet-alert/20273 --- Patrick Schmeer (Bischmisheim, Germany)



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