Variable Star VSge


V Sge = NSV 12930 = AN 1902.0021 = He 3-1879 

GCVS result

ID: 710005
Variable star: V Sge
RA 2000: 202014.7
DE 2000: +210610
RA 1950:
DE 1950:
Type of variability: E+NL
Max (mag): 8.6
Min (mag): 13.9
Photometric system: V
Epoch (JD): 37889.9154
Period (d): 0.514195
Year of outburst for N, SN:
M-m (or D):
Spectrum: pec(cont+e)
Study reference: 03593
Chart or phot. ref.: 01361
Cases of non-existence:

GCVS NOTE result

"VB A (B 13.9m, 9.7"", 267deg) K2 = 85 km/s). P var? The depth of eclipses varies from 0.6m to 1.3m. The mean brightness outside eclipses varies. There are also flares with amplitudes up to 3m and small light variations with a time scale of minutes, dozens of minutes and a few days. spectrum description [03593, 09472].

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NSV result

Designation: 12930 
RA 1950:  
DE 1950:  
Var Type:
Max:  ()
Min:  ()
Study Reference
(designation in paper):

Chart Reference:
Name in GCVS: V0335 Sge

BRKA result

Variable star: V Sge
Brightness type: H11
Points: 6
RA 2000: 202014.6
DE 2000: +210608
Max (mag): 8.6
Min (mag): 13.9
Sec (mag):
Photometric system: V
Epoch (JD): 51781.381
Period (d): 0.514195
D (hour):
d (hour):
Astrophysical note:
Reference: Zej,GCVSe2001
Finding chart: X

MEKA: Variable star V Sge not found.

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