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 Post subject: V623 Cassiopeiae
PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 2:15 pm 
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Going through the datafiles for this book, I couldn't believe it when I found an unprocessed dataset :shock: :shock:
This is Carbon star V623 Cassiopeiae/SAO23858 which lies just below Pazmino's cluster.
Mini-WASP data, 72-minutes total time using 4-minute subs and 2 scopes.

ImageCarbon star SAO23858 by cybermystic, on Flickr

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