Variable Star and Exoplanet Section of Czech Astronomical Society

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Czech Astronomical Society is a voluntary association of professional and amateur astronomers and friends of astronomy and related sciences in the Czech Republic. CAS has also corporate members (e.g. Astronomical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic). CAS was founded on December 8, 1917 in Prague.
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Variable Star and Exoplanet Section is a scientific section of Czech Astronomical Society, whose members are concerning in observation and studying of variable stars and recently in extrasolar planet. The Variable Star Section of CAS was founded in 1924.
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Katerina Honkova, President of the Section
address: Variable Star and Exoplanet Section of Czech Astronomical Society, Vídeňská 1056, 142 00 Praha - Libuš, Czech Republic

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Magpie observatory (FTP)
(Martin Bartošík)

STATUS: Active20:00 - 06:00

PROGRAM: V 709 Cas, main program - CV and transits of exoplanets

Observatorio Astronómico Giordano Bruno
(Fco- Manuel Santos Álamo)

STATUS: Active20:38 - 04:38

PROGRAM: De 20:00 a 02:30

Osservatorio Astronomico Citta di Seveso
(Pietro Aceti)

STATUS: Active12:30 - 10:45


(Giuseppe Conzo)

STATUS: Active10:47 - 18:47