= 319.53d
(JD2404800 - 44160). Sometimes A < 1.5m.
U Ari SiO maser.
V Ari Vr = - 180 km/s.
W Ari Maps given in [02544, 06067] are wrong.
X Ari B - V: +0.28, +0.56. P var. Max = 2420785.635 +
0.6511248d*E (JD2420460 - 33210) [03506]. Since
JD2433210 - see Table. [Fe/H] = -2.17.
RR Ari Min II 6.75:; Min II - Min I = 0.55P. Variability is not
confirmed by other authors' photoelectric observations.
V = 5.75.
RS Ari Min II 11.0.
RU Ari OH emission.
RV Ari B - V: +0.29, +0.44. 0.34P =< M - m =< 0.53P.
P1 = 0.07195d [08137]; P2 = 0.27554d [07033]. Moments of
brightest light maxima T = 2435066.400 + 0.31632996d*n
[02290].
RW Ari B - V: +0.35, +0.46. P var. Max = 2428183.324 +
0.3543184d*E (JD2428040 - 36700) [03188]. Since
JD2440900 - see Table. According to [06043] - EA type:
Min I = 2439384.97 + 3.1754d*E. Total light range
(11.47 - 13.25 V) [08127] seems doubtful. It is not
excluded that the eclipses and light increase of RW Ari
given in [08127] are explained by variability of one of
comparison stars used.
RX Ari d = 0.02P. Depth of Min II 0.10m.
SS Ari P var. Min II 10.82:.
ST Ari P var. Max = 2427347 + 94.2d*E (1933 - 1939); Max =
2429525 + 106.6d*E (1939 - 1942); Max = 2430588 +
95.2d*E (1942 - 1946); Max = 2432118 + 100.0d*E
(1946 - 1961). Mean elements are given in the Table.
SX Ari B - V: -0.10, -0.12. Epoch of Min is given.
SZ Ari d = 0.03P.
TT Ari Porb = 0.137551d [08138]. Along with light variations
typical for Z Cam variables there are sinusoidal variations
with amplitude of about 0.2m B and variable period:
P = 0.1329d (1961 - 62), P = 0.1327d (1966) [04931],
P = 0.1326d (1978) [04935]. Sinusoidal variations are
superimposed by quasiperiodic oscillations up to 0.2m with
8 - 20 minutes cycle and irregular flickering up to 0.1m
in 1 minute.
TU Ari P var. Max = 2420463.353 + 0.4716219d*E
(JD2420463 - 34720). Since JD2436820 - see Table.
TV Ari P var.
TX Ari P var?
TY Ari Form of the light curve varies. Mean value of the period
is given.
UV Ari The second overtone period given in the
Table is dominating. Sometimes the fundamental
period P0 = 0.062d and the first overtone period P1 =
0.047d are observed.
UW Ari Amplitude varies. In the interval JD2441581 - 693 - const.
[07544].
UX Ari T = 2440133.766 + 6.43791d*E [06444], where T is epoch of
conjunction (G5 component is behind K0 component).
Brightness varies in waves with a period ~Porb, but the
phase psi of light minimum calculated according to the
elements given above changes with time: psi = 0.1P
(1972 - 1974), psi = 0.8P (1976), psi = 0.7P (1977),
psi = 0.6P (1978). Mean brightness varies, amplitude of
the wave varies from 0.04m up to 0.15m.
VW Ari BDS 1269 A (B 8.33m, 74", 31deg). P2 = 0.089d.
Metal deficiency. The companion has normal metal abundance.
VY Ari SB? Epoch of Min is given.
Second light variation is also observed: Min =
2442044.6 + 43.9d*E. A small flare in U band was
observed.
gam Ari VB A (B 4.65m, B 9 V, 7.9", 0deg). Epoch of Min is given.
R Aur VB A (B 8.6m, 48", 239deg). P var [07165];
cycle 64.5a is possible.
S Aur P var. In the early fourties of our century the star was
faint with small and irregular variations.
T Aur Min = 2437614.0088 + 0.20437851d*E [08145]. P var?
** = + 0.28. There are light
fluctuations between the eclipses. Depths of Min are
0.10m - 0.28m [03195]. Faint nebula with high degree of
ionization.
U Aur H2O maser.
Y Aur B - V: +0.70, +1.06.
Z Aur P var [07110]. Max = 2425580 + 110.76d*E
(JD2416156 - 25580); Max = 2429888 + 113.35d*E
(JD2425570 - 29900); Max = 2438292 + 135.55d*E
(JD2429900 - 33300). P = 110d (1965) [03196].
In 1970 - irregular variations [07338]. = -165 km/s;
According to TiO bands the spectrum is M1 [00806].
RS Aur P var.
RT Aur B - V: +0.39, +0.80. [A/H] = 0.1. P var. Max =
2433040.867 + 3.728365d*E (JD2417970 - 33100).
Since JD2433100 - see Table. Delta(V) var?
RU Aur OH emission.
Mean magnitude probably varies with Pi = 10400d [01059].
RW Aur VB A (B 12.5m, dM0e, 1.2", 254deg).
The companion probably flares with an amplitude
0.5m - 0.7m [03197, 03198]. Possible period of axial
rotation is 100d [07067]. OH emission.
RX Aur B - V: +0.76, +1.18; [A/H] = -0.1, P var?
Nonlinear term: -0.70d*10**(-6)E**2?
RZ Aur P var. Min = 2422616.498 + 3.010593d*E
(JD2418000 - 26000); since JD2426000 - see Table.
SS Aur SB (P = 0.1805939d [06103]).
Sometimes abnormal behaviour of the star is
being observed when comparatively numerous and
small light maxima arise. According to [08151] the
mean cycle is 51.2d.
SU Aur Common proper motion with AB Aur (P = 3'). Associated
with a small bright nebula. OH emission.
SX Aur Min II 8.87. According to [08153] P var:
Min I = 2418218.7779 + 1.21007653d*E + 0.91d*10**(-10)*E**2.
SY Aur B - V: +0.92, +1.23. [A/H] = - 0.3. P var [05661].
Max = 2436853.57 + 10.144330d*E (JD2417900 -
32380). Since JD2432380 - see Table.
TT Aur Min II 9.0.
TV Aur S5/6-.
TW Aur Mean magnitude varies with P = 1370d.
TZ Aur B - V: +0.08, +0.48. Delta(S) = 2.
UU Aur VB A (B 11m, 18", 222deg).
UV Aur VB A (B 10.96m, B 9 V, 3.4", 4deg).
Bright lines [NeIII] and [OIII] in spectrum.
UW Aur Epoch of Min is given.
UY Aur VB A (B 12m?, 0.8", 212deg). OH emission.
VW Aur VB (9.0m, 11.8m, 1.4", 332deg, 1976).
VX Aur P var?
WW Aur Min II 6.43. Min II - Min I = 0.50P.
XX Aur Min II 13.4.
YZ Aur B - V: +1.15, +1.72. [A/H] = -0.4.
ZZ Aur Min II 11.1.
AB Aur Common proper motion with AB Aur (P = 3'). Associated
with a small bright nebula. OH emission. Spectrum
description [04002].
AE Aur Connected with the bright nebula IC
405. The motion is directed away from Ori OB 1
association with the velocity 106 km/s.
AG Aur According to TiO bands
the spectrum is M3 [00806].
AH Aur Min II 10.70. P var.
AK Aur VB B (A = BD +31deg 1370, 8.3m; B 82", 26deg). B - V:
+0.18.
AM Aur Min II 11.0. P var: Min I = 2417617.2 + 13.6182d*E
(JD2413500 - 19500) [00608]; since JD2425400 - see Table.
AN Aur B - V: +1.06, +1.48. [A/H] = -0.2.
AO Aur B - V: +0.86, +1.27.
AP Aur Min II 11.2. P var: Min I = 2423080.505 + 0.5692965d*E
(JD2423080 - 35000). Since JD2435000 - see Table.
AQ Aur Light curve shape var?
AR Aur Min II 6.70. Min II - Min I = 0.50004P. P var: Min I =
2427887.7217 + 4.13467d*E (JD2427800 - 29500) [04999].
Since JD2438400 - elements in the Table with an additional
nonlinear term: -2.2d*10**(-8)*E**2.
AZ Aur Close companion 16.3m B.
BC Aur Min II 11.7.
BF Aur Min II 9.49. P var. Min I = 2434455.3872 +
1.583217d*E (JD2411760 - 34455) [05038]. Since JD2434455
- see Table. The two sets of observations are equally well
represented by the formula: Min I =
2440628.3643 + 1.5832212d*E + 1.7d*10**(-10)*E**2 [08160].
BH Aur P var. Max = 2437352.461 + 0.45608821d*E (JD2417260 -
42750) [07806]. Since JD2442750 - see Table.
BK Aur B - V: +0.86, +1.26.
CI Aur Depth of Min II 0.05m. P var. Min I =
2439414.573 + 1.869984d*E + 0.020d*10**(-8)*E**2
(JD2425560 - 42045). Elements given in the Table represent
observations in the interval JD2439052 - 40654.
CL Aur Min II 12.3; Min II - Min I = 0.45P; DII = 0.13P. P var?
Min I = 2432967.262 + 1.2443666d*E (JD2416900 - 32967)
[00608]. Since JD2432967 - see Table.
CO Aur The first overtone period is
given in the Table; the second overtone P = 1.4255d.
CQ Aur B - V: + 0.86, + 1.07; Min II 9.14:; Min II - Min I =
0.52P:; D = 0.096P. P var. Nonlinear term:
+3.78d*10**(-7)*E**2.
CY Aur [A/H] = -0.3.
DV Aur P var. Max = 2426015 + 198.0d*E (JD2426014 - 27400) [00332].
Since JD2439940 - see Table.
EI Aur Min II 15.0.
EM Aur Min II 11.7.
EO Aur Min II 7.89.
EP Aur Min II 10.9. P var?
ER Aur [A/H] = - 1.1. P var? Max = 2432951.54 + 15.69073d*E
(1949 - 1950) [01059]. In the interval JD2443428 - 874 -
see Table.
EW Aur [A/H] = - 0.6.
FF Aur [A/H] = - 0.3.
FN Aur Min II 12.3. P var?
FP Aur d = 0.080P.
FR Aur Min II 13.0.
FZ Aur d = 0.40d.
GI Aur Min II 11.7.
GK Aur Min II 14.0; Min II - Min I = 0.62P.
GO Aur P var. Max = 2426071 + 292.1d*E (JD2425505 -
31325); Max = 2432205 + 301.2d*E (JD2432805 -
36120) [03211]. Since JD2436990 - see Table.
GY Aur Min II 13.3.
HL Aur Min II 11.0.
HN Aur In the cluster NGC 1664.
Light variations with P2 = 1400d: are
superimposed by variations with P1 = 165d:.
HP Aur Min II 11.28; Min II - Min I = 0.502P. P var. Min I =
2427445.400 + 1.4228180d*E (JD2427445 - 42683); since
JD2442712 - see Table.
HR Aur Epoch of Min is given.
HS Aur Min II 11.2. The value of period given in [02619] must be
doubled as the system consists of two equal components
[08164].
HU Aur Min II 12.4.
HW Aur Min II 12.6.
HZ Aur Sometimes short period variations of Vr with the amplitude
3 km/s and of brightness in U with the amplitude 0.02m are
also observed. Max Vr = 2439454.900 + 0.073502d*E
[05259]. P (DeltaU) = 0.07396d [04818].
II Aur Min II 15.0:.
IM Aur Min II 8.05:.
IQ Aur Epoch of Min is given.
IS Aur VB. The range of combined brightness variation is given.
It is not known which of the components varies.
IU Aur P var. There is an additional periodic term in the elements:
-0.00627d*sin (2.221deg*E + 15deg). The ratio of Min II
depth to Min I depth is 0.78. There is secular deepening
of both minima. The depth of Min I increases by 0.016m per
year. The range of light variation in the Table is given
for 1979.0 (Min II 8.69). Orbital inclination is increasing
by 0.5deg per year [05181] due to orbital precession caused
by a third body. Spectrum description [08166].
KO Aur Min II 11.2.
KR Aur **

** var: Max = 2424334.6612 + 0.44775262d*E
(JD2417400 - 33610) [00323]. Since JD2433850 - see Table.
Light curve and period vary with the Blazhko effect
period Pi = 225.5d [06464]. Semiamplitude of deviations
from linear elements is +-0.032d. 0.14P <= M - m <= 0.25P.
(k - b)2 = 0.05.
RW Cap d = 0.020P. Min II 9.9. P var. Min I = 2418924.594 +
3.3923922d*E (JD2418920 - 24000) [06774];
Min I = 2424003.014 + 3.3923457d*E (JD2424000 -
34500) [02389]; since JD2435400 - see Table.
RX Cap Min II 12.5.
RY Cap VB B (A 7.1m, F0; B 6.6", 90deg; C 12.0m, 8.5", 58deg).
TV Cap **

** = 67d [01331].
TW Cap P var. P = 28.6421871d (JD2414000 - 17600);
P = 28.61700115d (JD2417600 - 24000) [01331];
Max = 2426211.90 + 28.59497d*E (JD2421400 -
26200) [02390]; Max = 2435664.8 + 28.5578d*E
(JD2426210 - 37500) [02309]; since JD2437500 - see Table.
0.14P <= M - m <= 0.40P. [Fe/H] = -0.72.
TY Cap Min II 10.6. P var. Min I hel = 2432017.956 + 1.423466D*E
(JD2425500 - 35000); since JD2435000 - see Table.
UW Cap Min II 11.5; Min II - Min I = 0.5P. P var? Min I =
2434627.290 + 1.399118d*E (JD2427000 - 35000);
since JD243500 - see Table.
YZ Cap (k - b)2 = 0.08.
AD Cap Outside eclipses B - V = +1.00. P var?
AE Cap Mean brightness varies with P = 2300d.
BH Cap Type RR: is also possible.
BN Cap The variability may be due to the fainter (B) component.
del Cap VB A (B 15.8m, 69", 94deg; C 12.7m, 119", 302deg,
1911); mu = 0.391", P = 138.8deg. Min II 2.90.
The light curve shape var? [03305].
eps Cap VB A (B 9.52m, 68.7", 47deg).
R Car VB A (B 12m, 2.1", 138deg). H2O, SiO maser.
U Car P var. Max = 2429023.80 + 38.753d*E (JD2415000 -
29500); since JD2429500 - see Table.
V Car The light curve shape var?
X Car Min II 8.6.
Y Car VB A (B 12.22m, 15"; C 12.96m, 30"). SB (P = 400 - 600d)
[05119]. The fundamental mode period P0 is given in the
Table (A = 0.58m). The first overtone period P1 = 2.55954d
[05119] (A = 0.28m). P1/P0 = 0.7032.
RR Car P var. **

** = 154d (JD2421500 - 23500); **

** = 259d
(JD2426400 - 30100); **

** = 154d (JD2430400 - 33100).
S6.5/1- .
RT Car In the region of the cluster Tr 15.
RY Car There is a close companion 14.3 pg. P var.
Max = 2418475 + 416d*E (JD2415140 - 18500);
Max = 2429901 + 417.3d*E (JD2423600 - 32900);
since JD2434100 - see Table.
ST Car Depth of Min II 0.27m.
SW Car Depth of Min II 0.05m.
SZ Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3114.
TX Car The light curve shape var?
TZ Car Mean brightness varies with P = 1183d; the amplitude of
the short cycle is large in mean brightness maximum and
small during its minimum.
UX Car In the region of the cluster IC 2581.
VV Car In the region of the very poor cluster N 99 [07374]
(10h 36.0m -58deg 56', 1950.0) embedded in a nebula.
VY Car VB A (B 11.07m; B 9V:, 10", 150deg). P var.
Nonlinear term: -0.000021d*E**2 (JD2410000 - 44200).
The latest observations may be represented also by linear
elements: Max = 2444161.16 + 18.9138d*E
(JD2441000 - 44200). [A/H] = 0.4.
WZ Car P var. Max = 2419981.099 + 23.000945d*E (JD2410000 - 20000)
[00025]; Max = 2423984.12 + 23.0054d*E (JD2419800 - 25500)
[00322]; Max = 2434914.86 + 23.0075d*E + 0.000025d*E**2
(JD2434500 - 41200) [02309]; since JD2434500 - see also
Table.
XX Car P var. Max = 2420769.703 + 15.723704d*E (JD2410000 - 22500)
[00025]; P = 15.7196d (JD2423000 - 30000) [00003]; since
JD2434500 - see Table; elements given in the Table contain
a nonlinear term: -0.0000034d*E**2.
XY Car [A/H] = 0.1.
XZ Car [A/H] = 0.2.
YZ Car P var. Nonlinear term: +0.0000022d*E**2. [A/H] = -0.1.
AE Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3532.
AF Car P var. Max = 2434532 + 433.7d*E (JD2420200 - 34600); since
JD2435000 - see Table.
AG Car Central star of the low-excitation planetary nebula
P.K.289-0.1 ejected probably during a nova-like outburst
of the star about 1000 years ago [07052, 07113].
AS Car d = 0.025P.
AW Car d = 0.015P.
BL Car In the region of the cluster Tr 16.
BO Car VB A (B 11.05m V, B8III, 10", 41deg). In the region of
the cluster Tr 15. Cluster non-member.
BP Car P = 4.82246d?
BS Car In the region of the cluster IC 2602. Min II 15.3.
BZ Car Mean brightness possibly varies with P = 1800d.
CD Car In the centre of the cluster Cr 236.
CF Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3496.
CI Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3572. d = 0.021P?
CO Car d = 0.024P?
CV Car d = 0.046P. Depth of Min II 0.05m.
DE Car d = 0.016P?
DH Car VB B (A 15.2m V; B 13", 350deg). B - V = +0.90m
(Min brightness).
DI Car Besides Cepheid-like light variations with the amplitude
1.7m and elements Max = 2438553.70 + 29.210d*E
(JD2438465 - 40300) [05324] large weakenings of brightness
are observed [04678]. At Max B - V = +1.34.
DK Car d = 0.07P.
DM Car d = 0.040P.
DP Car d = 0.034P. Min II 13.1.
DS Car d = 0.03P.
DU Car In the region of the cluster IC 2602.
DW Car In the region of the cluster Cr 228. Min II 10.3.
EF Car d = 0.04P.
EG Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3532.
EH Car VB A (B 15", 320deg).
EK Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3532.
EM Car Min II 8.9.
EN Car In the region of the cluster Tr 18.
EQ Car d = 0.030P. Min II 13.7.
ER Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3532.
ES Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3572.
EZ Car Min II 9.8.
FI Car P var. Max = 2425446.81 + 13.4542d*E (JD2423790 - 35300)
[00046, 02309]. Since JD2435300 - see Table.
FK Car VB.
FO Car VB A (B 14m, 7", 90deg). P var. Max = 2434922.531 +
10.3559d*E (JD2423700 - 35300) [06006]; since JD2436000
- see Table. B - V: +1.13, +1.43.
FP Car d = 0.01P:.
FQ Car In the region of the cluster Tr 18.
FS Car In the region of the very poor cluster N 99 [07374] (10h
36.0m -58deg 56', 1950.0) embedded in a nebula. Min II
10.9.
FT Car According to [02197] spectrum C. Misidentification is
possible.
FV Car VB A (B 13m, 10", 135deg). P var. There are two additional
terms in the elements given in the Table:
-0.1065d*10**(-7)*E**2 - 0.584d*10**(-11)*E**3.
d = 0.02P:. Min II 13.0.
GG Car Min II 9.5. Gas and dust envelope.
GH Car In the region of the cluster Tr 18.
GK Car In the region of the cluster Tr 19. Min II 13.2.
GL Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3572. Min II 10.31.
System with the apsidal motion; e = 0.157, omega = 99deg.
There are sinusoidal terms in the elements for Min I given
in the Table: +0.121d sin(0.094389deg*E) -
0.007d sin(0.188778deg*E);
Min II = 2424263.236 + 2.4222338d*E -
0.121d sin(0.094389deg*E) - 0.007d sin(0.188778deg*E).
DII = 0.17P.
GM Car In the region of the very poor cluster N 99 [07374] (10h
36.0m -58deg 56', 1950.0) embedded in a nebula.
Min II 9.22.
GN Car Min II 12.1.
GO Car VB A (B 15", 60deg).
GP Car Min II 12.8.
GQ Car Min II 13.5.
GR Car Min II 14.0; Min II - Min I = 0.316P; DII = 0.05P.
GV Car Possible member of the cluster NGC 3532. Min II 9.1.
GW Car Min II 9.9.
GZ Car Light elements for the fundamental mode oscillation with
an amplitude 0.16m are given in the Table. For the first
overtone oscillation with an amplitude 0.07m
Max = 2440742.4 + 2.93424d*E. Epochs of maxima and
amplitudes are given according to [05175].
HH Car VB A (B 13.0m, 5", 260deg; C 11.11m, 13", 337deg; D 12.65m,
15", 7deg). d = 0.02P. Min II 10.66. P var [08094].
Min I hel = 2430860.162 + 3.2315393d*E (JD2427590 - 35260)
[05292]. Possible current elements are given in the Table.
HI Car Min II 10.8.
HK Car VB A (B 12.5m, 4"). Range of combined brightness variation
is given.
HL Car d = 0.03P:.
HN Car Min II 12.5.
HP Car VB A (B 9.1m, 0.4", 178deg). Min II 9.3. Elements should
be corrected [08083].
HQ Car B - V: +0.63, +1.04.
HR Car Spectrum description [01914, 06466].
HT Car In the region of the cluster IC 2581. Min II 14.0.
HV Car d = 0.026P. Min II 14.2.
HW Car Epoch of Min is given.
HX Car Min II 14.5.
IK Car In the region of the cluster NGC 2602.
IL Car Min II 14.4.
IN Car It is possible that the period must be doubled.
IQ Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3532.
IR Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3532. Min II 12.6.
IS Car Min II 14.0.
IU Car (k - b)2 = 0.02.
IW Car Mean brightness varies with the period close to 1500d, the
amplitude of main oscillations - from 1.3m to 0.3m.
IX Car In the centre of a bright nebula with the diameter 2.4'.
IZ Car Declination in [00085] is wrong by 3deg. Identical to
V336 Car, see [06316].
KQ Car Min II 10.3.
KU Car Min II 11.6.
MP Car VB A (B 16m, 180deg).
MZ Car sf component of a close pair.
OO Car Min II 14.7.
OV Car Min II 13.5.
OY Car Eclipse elements:
Min I hel = 2443993.553241 + 0.0631209247d*E [05185];
D = 0.050P, d = 0.044P. The hump on the light curve is
observed at the phase of 0.75P. Depth of Min I varies
between 1.48m and 2.47m.
PT Car Min II 13.0:.
PX Car Min II 10.10.
QR Car Min II 10.4.
QS Car Min II 9.3.
QU Car HDE 310376 (HA 112, 173). Flickering resembles V818 Sco.
Variations by 0.2m in 90s were observed. No periodicity
was found. Emission lines He II 4686, CIV - NIII 4630 -
4650 and sometimes weak hydrogen absoptions (corresponding
to A or B type) are noticeable in the spectrum [05643].
QX Car Min II 7.02.
QY Car In the open cluster No.90 [07374].
QZ Car In the eta Carina nebula, possible member of the cluster
Collinder 228. Min II 6.43. Two SB1 systems (A and B),
B is eclipsing (A: SB1, P = 20.73d, O9.5 I,
Delta(m) = 0.6m). Combined brightness is given.
V0341 Car In the variable reflecting nebula IC 2220. In the region
of the open cluster NGC 2516. IR excess.
V0343 Car VB. SB (P = 133.92d).
V0347 Car Deep Min II.
V0348 Car In the open cluster IC 2581. Min II 8.9.
V0354 Car Very red.
V0356 Car Member of the cluster NGC 2516.
V0357 Car SB (P = 6.74483d [04627]).
V0361 Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3293.
V0365 Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3532.
V0367 Car Min II 7.54.
V0373 Car Member of the cluster NGC 2516.
V0374 Car Member of the cluster NGC 2516.
V0375 Car P = 0.264d or 0.359d.
V0376 Car VB A (B 6.83m, B 9.5V, 41", 75deg).
V0378 Car In the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0379 Car In the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0380 Car In the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0381 Car In the open cluster NGC 3293.
V0382 Car In the region of the cluster NGC 3532.
V0385 Car Depth of Min II 0.04m. Surrounded by a ring nebula RCW 58.
V0491 Car Mean magnitude 9.69.
V0493 Car SB, Porb = 3.368d.
V0498 Car Type BE: is also possible.
V0534 Car Flare-like activity.
eta Car In the emission nebula NGC 3372 in the region of the
cluster Tr 16. A very massive young star surrounded by an
expanding gas and dust shell with the diameter 2" at 2mu
and 6.5" at 12.2mu. Maximum brightness was observed in
1843. Since 1880 varies in the range 5.9 - 7.9 V. In the
interval JD2434000 - 41000 Max = 2434037 + 1110d*E. There
are emission lines of H, HeI, FeII, [FeII], etc. in the
spectrum. Description of the spectrum [05251, 07279].
Soft X-ray source of variable intensity.
khi Car Soft X-ray source.
R Cas VB A (B 14.5m, 14", 273deg). SiO, OH maser;
sometimes H2O emission.
T Cas SiO maser. ZrO bands in the infrared spectral region.
U Cas S4.5/4e.
W Cas SC5/9e.
X Cas P var: Max = 2426650 + 432.32d*E (JD2416750 - 27060);
Max = 2432870 + 413.6d*E (JD2427060 - 32870);
Max = 2437948 + 423.0d*E (JD2432870 - 39210).
Current elements are given in the Table.
Y Cas OH, H2O emission; SiO maser.
Z Cas SiO maser.
RS Cas P var. Max = 2416942.16 + 6.29552d*E (JD2412650 - 34900)
[03317]. Since JD2434900 - see Table.
RV Cas There are signs of Se type in the spectrum [03383].
RW Cas P var. Max = 2421354.22 + 14.8004d*E (JD2417000 - 30000).
Since JD2430000 - see Table. [A/H] = 0.3.
RX Cas Unigue rapidly evolving eclipsing system. 9.12<=Min II<=9.49;
Min II - Min I = 0.5070P. P var. Nonlinear term:
+1.017d*10**(-5)*E**2. Observations may be represented
also by three systems of elements: Min I =
2416250.889 + 32.31481d*E (0 <= E <= 286,
JD2416250 - 25482); Min I = 2416248.835 + 32.32145d*E
(331 <= E <= 554, JD2426940 - 34155);
Min I = 2416244.990 + 32.32765d*E (734 <= E <= 876,
JD2439970 - 44570). Brightness of the system out of
eclipses periodically varies within 8.6m - 9.0m with
elements Max = 2416198 + 516.06d*E [05036]. Max - Min =
233d = 0.45P [00881]. Strong emissions of H, NV, CIV,
SIIV, FeIII. Powerful gaseous stream and accretion
phenomena are possible.
RY Cas [A/H] = 0.0.
RZ Cas Min II 6.26. The light curve shape var; d var
(0.000P <= d <= 0.009P). P var, variations are irregular.
Mean elements based on visual and photographic
observations: Min I = 2416886.8806 + 1.195253065d*E
(JD2416800 - 26700) [08820], Min I = 2432820.7853 +
1.1952517d*E (JD2426700 - 34000) [00938]. From
photoelectric observations: Min I = 2432115.5827 +
1.1952472d*E (JD2429870 - 30400); Min I =
2432085.7011 + 1.195259d*E (JD2432000 - 32460);
Min I = 2434349.5130 + 1.1952525d*E (JD2432450 - 34420);
Min I = 2434703.3035 + 1.195238d*E (JD2434420 - 34705);
Min I = 2435934.4087 + 1.1952499d*E (JD2434705 - 35950);
Min I = 2438829.2818 + 1.195243d*E (JD2436800 - 39100);
Min I = 2440182.3089 + 1.195259d*E (JD2439380 - 40200);
Min I = 2441333.3257 + 1.195244d*E (JD2440500 - 41350);
Min I = 2442327.7798 + 1.1952521d*E (JD2441550 - 42350);
since JD2442850 - see Table.
SU Cas [A/H] = -0.1.
SV Cas P var. Max = 2421839 + 279.3d*E (JD2417600 -
21900); Max = 2430450 + 281.7d*E (JD2422500 -
31900); since JD2432600 - see Table.
SX Cas VB A (B 11.5m, 19", 250deg, 1966). Min II 9.32. The light
curve shape var. DII = 0.171P:, dI = 0.036P, dII = 0.050P.
P var. Min I = 2433963.267 + 36.56727d*E (JD2418000 -
37000); since JD2438700 - see Table. Strong emissions
of H, NV, CIV, SIIV, FeIII. Gaseous streams and accretion
phenomena.
SY Cas VB? P var. Max = 2417911.547 + 4.070969d*E
(JD2417000 - 34000); since JD2434000 - see Table.
SZ Cas P var. Max = 2421261.66 + 13.6009d*E (JD2416700 - 21260);
Max = 2426650.20 + 13.6072d*E (JD2421260 - 27170) [08821];
Max = 2429727.240 + 13.61744d*E (JD2427170 - 33050);
Max = 2436810.92 + 13.62655d*E (JD2433050 - 38720);
since JD2438720 - see Table. [A/H] = -0.6.
TU Cas Fundamental mode period P0 is given in the Table; the
corresponding amplitude is 0.69m. First-overtone period
P1 = 1.51830d; the corresponding mean amplitude decreased
from 0.4m to 0.25m during 67 years [05078]. P1/P0 = 0.71.
M - m var (0.17P <= M - m <= 0.35P).
TV Cas d = 0.01P. Min II 7.34. The light curve shape var.
Period of these variations - 600d [08822]. P var. Mean
elements based on visual and photographic observations:
Min I = 2432827.7665 + 1.81260983d*E (JD2415650 - 32800)
[01926]. From photoelectric observations Min I =
2432827.7665 + 1.8126142d*E (JD2432800 - 36490);
Min I = 2436483.8091 + 1.81255d*E (JD2436480 - 36980);
Min I = 2438472.2386 + 1.81263d*E (JD2437000 - 38500);
Min I = 2438829.3230 + 1.8126048d*E (JD2438470 - 41750);
since JD2441750 - see Table.
TW Cas Min II 8.40.
TX Cas Min II 9.6.
TY Cas P var. Max = 2419260 + 545.0d*E (JD2419200 - 25300);
Max = 2428965 + 623.8d*E (JD2427000 - 41500);
since JD2441500 - see Table.
UU Cas Min II 10.5.
UZ Cas [A/H] = -0.3.
VV Cas P var. Max = 2422514.16 + 6.207510d*E (JD2417000 - 32500);
since JD2432500 - see Table. [A/H] = -0.2.
VW Cas [A/H] = 0.0.
WY Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 7789.
The spectrum of the G type star is seen in minimum light
[03502]. The existence of a physical companion is possible.
S6/6-e.
WZ Cas VB A (optical companion B 8.7m, 58", 89deg). SC7/10e.
Light variations are sometimes taking place with doubled
period.
XX Cas Min II 10.2.
YZ Cas VB A (B 11.23m, 35", 160deg). d = 0.045P. Min II 5.78.
ZZ Cas Min II 10.9.
AB Cas EA/SD. Min II 10.28. P var. Min I = 2430755.678 +
1.366863d*E (JD2425400 - 33150); Min I =
2433616.532 + 1.366876d*E (JD2433150 - 37000);
Min I = 2440475.5216 + 1.3668783d*E (JD2437000 -
41600); since JD2441600 - see Table.
The A3 component is a DSCT type variable with the elements:
Max hel = 2444912.1759 + 0.0582874d*E [08825]; amplitude
of pulsations Delta(V) var (0.03m <= Delta(V) <= 0.09m).
AE Cas Min II 12.8.
AH Cas Min II 13.3.
AL Cas Min II 13.6.
AO Cas Min II 6.24. The light curve shape var. P var?
AQ Cas Min II 10.4.
AR Cas VB A (B 9.3m, 1.0", 336deg; C 8.2m, 75", 269deg;
D 9.8m, 76", 268deg; E 11.28m, 43", 115deg; F 11.06m, 69",
338deg; G 11.11m, 67", 348deg). Min II 4.86;
Min II - Min I = 0.614P; DII = 0.076P; dII = 0.037P.
AS Cas VB A (B 15.5m, 3", 45deg).
Fundamental mode period P0 is given in the Table; the
corresponding amplitude is 0.59m. First-overtone period
P1 = 2.2909d; amplitude of oscillations with this period
is 0.13m. P1/P0 = 0.76.
AX Cas Min II 12.9.
AZ Cas B - V: +1.78, +2.20. D = 110d, d = 88d = 0.026P.
BD Cas B - V: +1.50, +1.61. P var. Max = 2429124.84 +
3.65129d*E (JD2415000 - 29130) [00915];
since JD2429130 - see Table.
BE Cas VB A (B G, 25", 260deg).
BH Cas According to [00453] there are no variable stars on the
place of BH Cas and in its surroundings.
BM Cas Min II 8.98. Shape of the light curve varies. P var.
There is a periodic term in the elements:
+2.6d*sin(7.11deg*E + 104deg).According to [00939], on the
light curve cepheid-like variations are observed with
P = 27d.
BN Cas Min II 13.4.
BS Cas Min II 12.6.
BU Cas D = 0.02P.
BY Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 663. P var.
Max = 2416871.91 + 3.2218d*E (JD2416800 - 24860) [00921];
Max = 2431929.60 + 3.221297d*E (JD2426900 - 34300);
Max = 2438399.629 + 3.222588d*E (JD2436200 - 39400);
since JD2439400 - see Table.
BZ Cas Min II 11.5.
CC Cas Min II 7.26. The light curve shape var? P var?
CE CasA Possible member of the cluster NGC 7790. VB A (B = CEb Cas,
2.4", 265deg).
CE CasB VB B (A = CEa Cas). Possible member of the cluster NGC 7790.
CF Cas Possible member of the cluster NGC 7790. [A/H] = 0.1.
CG Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 7790.
CH Cas [A/H] = -0.5.
CQ Cas The slow oscillations are superimposed by more rapid ones
with cycles from 110d to 250d.
CR Cas Min II 13.3.
CS Cas [A/H] = -0.4.
CV Cas Epochs given in [00922] are not represented by the elements
given in the Table. P var?
CW Cas Min II 11.47. Shape of the light curve and depths of
minima vary. P var. Min I = 2435745.6163 + 0.31886497d*E
(JD2432400 - 41000) [03332]; since JD2441000 - see Table.
CY Cas [A/H] = -0.7.
DD Cas P var. Max = 2415612.45 + 9.807272d*E (JD2415600 - 18600);
since JD2418600 - see Table. The star may be a member of a
binary system with Porb = 8500d +- 1000d.
DF Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 1027.
DI Cas P var. Max = 2432068 + 371.7d*E (JD2417200 - 32100);
since JD2432100 - see Table.
DL Cas Member of the cluster NGC 129. [A/H] = 0.0.
DN Cas Min II 10.13.
DO Cas Min II 8.61; dI = 0.08P.
DP Cas Min II 13.6.
DZ Cas Min II 12.0.
EG Cas Min II 13.1.
EK Cas Depth of Min II 0.05m.
EM Cas P var. Max = 2433132 + 283d*E (JD2427700 - 33150); since
JD2433150 - see Table. Amplitude strongly varies.
EN Cas Min II 12.4. P var.
EP Cas Min II 11.4.
EQ Cas Min II 12.7. P var. Min I = 2432150.04 + 58.26d*E
(JD2432200 - 34060) [03336]; since JD2436100 - see Table.
EY Cas Min II 14.5.
GG Cas d = 0.013P. Min II 9.99. P var? Min I = 2430188.468 +
3.758738d*E (JD2424800 - 39500) [00936];
since JD2439500 - see Table.
GK Cas Depth of Min II 0.05m.
GT Cas d = 0.02P.
GU Cas Min II 11.3. P var. Min I = 2428749.423 + 3.093329d*E
(JD2417470 - 35480) [00941];
Min I = 2437367.375 + 3.09325d*E (JD2435480 - 38750) [00001];
since JD2438750 - see Table.
GZ Cas Mean magnitude varies with P = 800d.
Max = 2428000 + 800d*E [00911].
HH Cas Epoch of Min is given. RV type is possible [00911].
HN Cas d = 0.038P.
HS Cas VB A (B 12m, 27", 15deg).
HT Cas Min hel = 2443727.93722 + 0.073647217d*E;
D = 0.13P. Depth of eclipses between outbursts is ~2.4 V.
Small quasi-periodic light oscillations with P = 100s.
Spectrum description [06163].
HU Cas P var. Max = 2417525.075 + 0.41159875d*E (JD2411600 -
28000); since JD2428000 - see Table.
IL Cas Depth of Min II 0.05m.
IR Cas Min II 11.5. P var. Min I = 2428750.2914 +
0.68069178d*E (JD2417500 - 38400) [00098];
since JD2438400 - see Table.
IS Cas Min II 12.2. P var. Min I = 2428776.262 +
1.8415172d*E (JD2417400 - 29500) [00098];
since JD2428000 - see Table.
IT Cas Min II 11.8; Min II - Min I = 0.553P; DII = 0.042P.
Apsidal motion is possible.
IV Cas Min II 11.3. P var. Min I = 2428991.302 +
0.9985232d*E (JD2416700 - 29000) [00098];
Min I = 2431438.648 + 0.9985056d*E (JD2429000 -
37700) [02263]; since JD2440000 - see Table.
IW Cas S4 +/6e.
IX Cas P var. Max = 2428749.39 + 9.15035d*E (JD2414700 -
29500) [00098]; Max = 2428749.90 + 9.1363d*E
(JD2428700 - 34350) [00944]; Max = 2437195.642 +
9.14783d*E (JD2434350 - 39100) [05462];
since JD2442000 - see Table. [A/H] = -0.4.
KL Cas Min II 12.3.
KO Cas P var. Max = 2425590 + 305.6d*E (JD2416700 - 26000);
since JD2426000 - see Table.
KR Cas Min II 9.9.
LR Cas Min II 10.9.
LU Cas Min II 14.3?
LW Cas In the apex of a small (8") bright cometary nebula in the
region of IC 1848. Novalike outburst was observed in the
interval JD2433900 - 34800. Infrared and radioemission.
LX Cas In the region of the cluster Collinder 33. Min II 15.3;
Min II - Min I = 0.47P; dI = 0.10P.
LY Cas In the region of the cluster Collinder 33. Min II 15.2.
MM Cas d = 0.08P: Min II 12.4.
MN Cas Min II 10.57.
MO Cas In the nebula NGC 7635. 10.2 - 13.1 I.
MP Cas In the nebula NGC 7635. 10.4 - 13.5 I.
MR Cas Min II 15.5.
MS Cas Min II 13.2.
MT Cas d = 0.04P. Min II 14.02.
MU Cas Min II 10.8.
MV Cas Min II 14.0.
MY Cas Min II 15.2. P var. Elements given in the Table are valid
since JD2438500.
NN Cas Min II 14.0.
NT Cas Min II 14.4.
NU Cas Min II 13.4.
NV Cas d = 0.03P.
OP Cas P var. Max = 2429109.726 + 5.510019d*E (JD2427950 - 34670)
[00176]; since JD2437000 - see Table.
OR Cas Min II 11.8. P var. Min I = 2429249.424 + 1.2457026d*E
(JD2413800 - 34800) [00176]; since JD2432000 - see Table.
OX Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 381. d = 0.016P. Min II
10.30; Min II - Min I = 0.512P. Apsidal motion [04524].
PR Cas P = 171d?
PV Cas Min II 10.36; Min II - Min I = 0.480P.
Depth of Minima probably varies. P var. Min I =
2428796.8142 + 1.75047346d*E (JD2415700 - 40000) [05302];
since JD2440000 - see Table. Apsidal motion [06253]:
Min II = 2428797.6894 + 1.75047346d*E -
0.040d*sin(0.0075deg*(E - 3000)).
PX Cas Min II 15.0.
PY Cas Epoch of Min brighness is given. Similar to RV Tau by
light curve shape [03348].
PZ Cas VB A (B 12.8m, WN 8:, 15", 100deg). OH, H2O emission.
QQ Cas Min II 10.8. P var. Min I = 2434330.169 + 2.142030d*E
(JD2415700 - 30000) [02530]; since JD2430000 - see Table.
QX Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 7790. VB A (B 13.1m, 3").
Min II 10.50; Min II - Min I = 0.37P; DII = 0.047P;
dII = 0.018P.
V0336 Cas Min II 13.6.
V0341 Cas d = 0.031P.
V0344 Cas Min II 13.4.
V0345 Cas Min II 13.6.
V0346 Cas The coordinates refer to the sp component of a wide pair,
whereas the chart [02345] leads to the nf component. It is
the sp component that is red and probably var.
V0357 Cas Min II 13.6.
V0359 Cas Min II 12.0.
V0360 Cas Min II 12.3.
V0361 Cas d = 0.051P.
V0363 Cas Delta(S) = 1.
V0364 Cas Min II 11.9.
V0365 Cas S6/3- .
V0366 Cas Min II 12.7. P var. Min I = 2435075.461 + 0.7292714d*E
(JD2414600 - 35400) [02305]; since JD2434650 - see Table.
V0373 Cas An unique close binary. Porb = 13.4192d [04627]. Epoch
of Min I is given close to the epoch of one of
conjunctions. Min II - Min I = 0.58P. Maxima are very
sharp. Max - Min II = 0.25P. It is not excluded that the
star is an eclipsing one with physical variability of
components, but eclipses, if they exist, cause only a very
small part of the observed light variations. Range of
light variations is given according to [02651]. As a rule
the amplitude is close to 0.1m.
V0374 Cas Min II 12.1.
V0375 Cas Min II 10.6.
V0377 Cas VB (A 8.5m; B 9.4m, 2.1", 185deg, 1962).It is not known
which component varies. According to [04005] the range
of combined brightness variations is 0.26m.
According to [07051], const.
V0380 Cas d = 0.08P.
V0381 Cas Min II 10.8.
V0388 Cas Wolf 47 (mu = 0.82", p = 80deg). Faint component of a wide
physical pair (p = 294") the bright component of
which is the dM2 star Wolf 46 = BD+61deg 195 (9.4).
V0392 Cas Min II 14.0. P var. Min I = 2429640.390 +
4.54094d*E (JD2425300 - 29640); Min I =
2429640.390 + 4.54064d*E (JD2429640 - 36900) [04027];
since JD2436900 - see Table. Depth of Min var?
V0394 Cas Min II 15.6.
V0396 Cas Min II 10.2.
V0399 Cas Min II 14.1.
V0401 Cas Min II 15.7.
V0402 Cas Min II 15.3.
V0406 Cas Min II 16.8.
V0410 Cas Bright in 1938 -39. Slow. Not red.
V0423 Cas Min II 14.3.
V0427 Cas Min II 13.7.
V0428 Cas Red.
V0430 Cas Northern component of a close pair. Red.
V0434 Cas Red.
V0441 Cas P = 351.2d?
V0442 Cas d = 0.025P. P var? Since 1972 P = 3.592120d.
V0444 Cas Min II 16.0. P var. Min I = 2438651.314 + 2.224808d*E
(JD2432850 - 37300); since JD2437300 - see Table. Period
variation may be cyclic. Mean elements:
Min I = 2443194.258 + 2.224773d*E.
V0445 Cas Min II 11.08.
V0448 Cas Min II 15.0.
V0450 Cas VB A (B 17.5m:, 3.4", 188deg). Range
of combined light variations is given.
V0459 Cas Min II 11.6.
V0466 Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 457.
V0480 Cas Min II 14.7.
V0482 Cas VB A (B 10.0m, F 4 V, 6", 195deg; optical). P = 0.28292d?
V0497 Cas In the region of the cluster IC 1848.
V0498 Cas In the region of the cluster IC 1848.
V0499 Cas In the region of the cluster IC 1848.
V0509 Cas Pulsation of photosphere with P = 3 years.
Tenuous shell ejected in 1975 is now falling back to
the star.
V0518 Cas In the region of the cluster Stock 2. Star N136 (Stock 208).
V0520 Cas Min II 13.1. P var. Min I = 2439069.559 + 0.489832d*E
(JD2438580 - 40850); since JD2441150 - see Table.
V0521 Cas Member of the cluster NGC 7789.
V0523 Cas Min II 11.34. P var. Min I = 2432054.555 +
0.2336882d*E (JD2428545 - 33570) [07008];
Min I = 2439029.461 + 0.23368912d*E (JD2439000 - 41300)
[07387]; since JD2440480 - see Table.
V0524 Cas OH, H2O emission. P = 163d?, 191d? 259d?, 620d?
V0526 Cas Two oscillations are superimposed: P1 = 0.0526d (A1 =
0.0036m), P2 = 0.0396d (A2 = 0.0056m); P2/P1 = 0.753.
V0527 Cas Min II 13.5; Min II - Min I = 0.52P.
V0532 Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 7789.
V0533 Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 7789.
V0536 Cas P var. Max = 2438700.262 + 0.395674d*E
(JD2438580 - 39150); Max = 2441186.333 +
0.395683D*E (JD2440070 - 41250);
since JD2441500 - see Table.
V0540 Cas Epoch of Max (U) is given.
V0541 Cas Min II 11.0.
V0542 Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 7789.
V0544 Cas Elements given in the Table are valid since JD2428000.
V0546 Cas In the region of the cluster NGC 103. Min II 14.8.
V0547 Cas VB A (B 12.4m, M4.5, 2.8", 93deg). Astrometric binary
(A = 0.12", P = 15.9a); mu = 1.75", P = 98deg.
Variation of combined light is given.
V0551 Cas P = 45.5d?/57d?/67.5d?.
V0554 Cas P >= 3500d? D = 400d?
V0559 Cas VB A (B 7.7m, 0.25", 34deg, 1976). Min II 7.21.
V0566 Cas VB A (B 8.3m, 1.4", 194deg, 1965).
V0569 Cas 10.0 - 14.7 I.
V0589 Cas In the cluster NGC 663.
V0592 Cas White dwarf. Rapid non-periodic fluctuations of brightness
on a time scale of several minutes.
V0598 Cas VB A (B 12m, 19", 0deg). P = 2.825d? [02560].
V0615 Cas Variable radio source on 10.5 GHz; gamma - and X-ray
source?
V0627 Cas H2O emission.
V0635 Cas 4U 0115 + 634. SB (P = 24.3162d).
Pulsar period P = 3.6136s.
V0638 Cas Epoch of Min is given.
V0742 Cas SB, Porb = 55.9212d.
V0745 Cas Component B of the double system observed brighter than in the
Hipparcos Input Catalogue.
V0746 Cas SB, Porb = 27.8d.
V0747 Cas VB. The variability may be due to the fainter component.
alf Cas VB A (B 14.5m, 17.6", 272deg; C 13.5m, 38", 105deg;
D 8.5m, 64.4", 280deg.)
bet Cas VB A (B 13.7m, 31.3", 243deg); SB (P = 27d).
[Fe/H] = 0.64.
gam Cas VB A (B 11.0m, 2.2", 248deg; C 13.0m, 52.2", 348deg).
In HII region S 185. X-ray source MX 0053 + 60.
v sin i = 310 km/s.
del Cas VB A (B 11.5m, 31.7", 66deg). Min II 2.75. Min II - Min I =
361d. The elements given in the Table are still not
confirmed by anyone.
iot Cas VB A (B 6.89m, 2.3", 239deg; C 8.40m, 7.2", 114deg).
Astrometric binary (a = 0.113", P = 52.4a). Max (V) - Max
(lambda 1550) = 0.4P; A (lambda 1550) = 0.40m. The range
of total brightness variation of components A and
B is given.
kap Cas P = 0.09028d, P(Vr) = 0.14035d [02588]; P = 7d [08876].
omi Cas VB A (B 11.7m, 33.6", 303deg). SB1 (P = 1033d);
V sin I = 220 km/s.
pi Cas SB, Porb = 1.9642d.
rho Cas Usually varies within the limits 4.4m - 5.2m V.
In November 1945 the peculiar decrease of brightness began
lasting for 165d and in September 1946 the star reached
the middle of the deepest minimum (JD2432070) lasting for
320d. Then the brightness began to increase symmetrically
and by July 1947 the star attained its normal brightness
[00957]. Photographic magnitudes varied in the limits
5.4m - 8.3m. Spectrum description [08878].
B Cas Tycho Brahe's supernova. Stellar object is not identified
optically up to now.
R Cen VB A (B 12m, 28", 218deg). Epoch
of Min I is given. Min I 0.00P, Max I 0.23P, Min II
0.47P, Max II 0.64P. 5.8, 6.0,
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