Query= eps Peg 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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629005 |eps   Peg *|214411.16 +095230.0 |LC        |  0.7    |   3.5      |            |V |            |     |                    |     |K2Ib             |06875 08953|           |+0.030 +0.001|2000.0  | |Hip      |          |eps   Peg |
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eps   Peg     = ADS  15268                    |     
eps   Peg     = BAY  Peg eps                  |     
eps   Peg     = BD   +09 4891                 |     
eps   Peg     = BS   08308                    |     
eps   Peg     = CRL  2800                     |     
eps   Peg     = FLM  Peg 008                  |     
eps   Peg     = GSC  1125.02186               |     
eps   Peg     = HD   206778                   |     
eps   Peg     = Hip  107315                   |     
eps   Peg     = IRAS 21417+0938               |     
eps   Peg     = IRC  +10503                   |     
eps   Peg     = SAO  127029                   |     
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      Reference to a chart or photograph:
08953. AAVSO Variable Star Atlas, 1980.

Reference to a study of the star:
06875. R.J.Wood, IAU Circ N2450, 1972.

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Remark: VB A (B 12.66m, 81", 325deg; C 8.65m, 140", 321deg). Usually varies in the range 2.29m - 2.44m V. On 1972 september 26/27 in the interval 23h58m - 00h02m UT it was bright (0.7m V), then at 00h09m UT decreased to 2.4m V [06875]. On 1847 November 5 the star was 3.5m, then the brightness increased but on November 6 it was still fainter than normal [09606].

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