Query= V1489 Cyg GCVS Query forms
  NNo      GCVS          J2000.0            Type      Max        Min I         Min II       Epoch        Year      Period          M-m/D     Spectrum      References  Other desig. p.m.(as/yr)   Epoch     Ident.     New type    GCVS
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311489 |V1489 Cyg *|204625.54 +400659.4 |*         | 11.19   |  12.54     |            |R |            |     |  1280.             |     |M4.5-M7.9Ia-III  |07462 09044|           |             |1998.482| |2MASS    |          |V1489 Cyg |
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_______________Cross-identifications:_______________
V1489 Cyg     = CRL  2650                     |     
V1489 Cyg     = IRC  +40448                   |     
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      Reference to a chart or photograph:
09044. G.Neugebauer, D.E.Mertz, R.B. Leighton, ApJ 142, 399, 1965.

Reference to a study of the star:
07462. D.W.Strecker, AJ 80, N6, 451, 1975.

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Remark: NML Cyg. 17.0m: - 18.0m V, B>21M; I - K = +8.17. Very large IR exess due to expanding gaseous-dust envelope. In the area 2.5"*3.5" around the star the system of about 60 discrete sources of OH emission is detected [07461]; source of OH, H2O, SiO maser emission. Light variations are periodical (see also [09163]). The object may be a protostar being observed at the end of condensation process. The late spectrum arises probably in the extending envelope [09165, 09166].

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