Optical follow-up of the Gaia17cuh

Object was discovered on 2017-11-02 and alerted on 2017-11-07 by A. Delgado, D. Harrison, S. Hodgkin, M. van Leeuwen, G. Rixon, A. Yoldas (University of Cambridge), on behalf of Gaia Alerts team.

First follow-up observations were provided by Terskol observatory on 2017-11-17 and 2018-11-18 during the declinig phase. Results were published in The Astronomer's Telegram .

Monitoring of selected Be/X-ray binaries

Here we are present the results of mostly 10-years monitoring of selected Be/X-ray binaries. We pay most attention on 1H1936+541 and 1H2202+501.

Asteroids Photometry

Composite lightcurve of 2015 DP155 (R-band observations)

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Asteroids discovery at the Lisnyky Observational Station

In 2017 at the Lisnyky Observationsl Station 2 new Main Belt asteroids were discovered and 1 Main Belt asteroid was rediscovered. They are: 2017 ST39, 2017 SV39 and 2017 TS7.

The nearest periods for observations of these asteroids will bw the next:

Resulting Plots of 1ES 1011+496

1ES 1011+496

Transient Gaia17dce

Gaia17dce lightcurve

NGC 6981

Transient Gaia17bqo

GAIA17bqo

Gaia17bqo, as seen on 2017 July 02 with the 0.6-m Zeiss telescope at the Terskol Observatory (B filter).

Standard stars fields

Name R.A. Dec.
NGC103 00 25 01.24 +61 19 00
L92 00 54 58.9 +00 47 26
IC1613 01 04 44.1 +02 06 18
L93 01 54 12.0 +00 46 07
PG0231 02 33 38.4 +05 17 32
L94 02 55 55.5 +00 43 34
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