Variable Star Z And


CROSS IDENTIFICATION: Z And

Z And = AN 1901.0041 = BD +48 4093 = HD 221650 = HV 00193 = MWC 0416 = SAO 053146 


GCVS result

ID: 010009
Variable star: Z And
RA 2000: 233340.0
DE 2000: +484906
RA 1950:
DE 1950:
Type of variability: ZAND
Max (mag): 7.7
Min (mag): 11.3
Photometric system: V
Epoch (JD):
Period (d):
Year of outburst for N, SN:
M-m (or D):
Spectrum: M2III+B1eq
Study reference: N0036
Chart or phot. ref.: 00002
Cases of non-existence:


GCVS NOTE result

Outbursts, average cycle 8400d. Porb = 758.8d, it reveals itself in photometry during the low state. A quasi-period, P1, about 656d is present during the outbursts. The beat period between Porb and P1, about 5500d, is also found in the photometric data.

GCVS NOTES fulltext search:  


NSV: Suspected Variable NSV  not found.


BRKA: Variable star Z And not found.


MEKA result

Variable star: Z And
Type of variability: ZAND
Points: 4
Max (mag): 8,8
Min (mag): 11,7
Photometric system: V
Period (d):
Spectrum:
B-V: 1,12
Finding chart: ID: 001, M I

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Image from the Digitized Sky Survey at the STScI Archive.

 

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