Variable Star T CrB


CROSS IDENTIFICATION: T CrB

T CrB = NSV 07134 = BD +26 2765 = BS 5958 = HD 143454 = MWC 0413 = SAO 084129 


GCVS result

ID: 270003
Variable star: T CrB
RA 2000: 155930.2
DE 2000: +255513
RA 1950:
DE 1950:
Type of variability: NR
Max (mag): 2.0
Min (mag): 10.8
Photometric system: V
Epoch (JD): 31860.
Period (d): (29000. )
Year of outburst for N, SN: 1946
M-m (or D):
Spectrum: M3III+pec(NOVA)
Study reference:
Chart or phot. ref.: 00566
Cases of non-existence:


GCVS NOTE result

"VB? A (B <= 12m, 0.2""). SB (P = 227.6d)." The spectral period is present in the photometric data of 1891 - 1917 and 1960 - 1971 [08978]. The epoch of the first outburst JD2402734 (1866). Two smaller outbursts were observed in UV light, JD2438030 (1963) and 2442543 (1975) [08979].

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NSV result

Designation: 07134 
RA 1950:  
DE 1950:  
Var Type:
Max:  ()
Min:  ()
Spectrum:
Study Reference
(designation in paper):

()
Chart Reference:
Name in GCVS: theta CrB

BRKA: Variable star T CrB not found.


MEKA: Variable star T CrB not found.


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