|Proposer||(35150) Pradip Karmakar (email@example.com) obscode: KPRB|
|Assigned To||(3663) Dirk Terrell|
|Date Submitted||Feb. 11, 2023|
Dear Sir / Madam ,
I would like to find out the photometric measurement of these CCD
After that I would like to study the present time of maximum light
For this study I would like to get ccd images using AAVSOnet section till 2023-03-31.
Hope you will guide me in this regard.
Name : Pradip Karmakar
Institution of reseacher :
Department of Mathematics, Madhyamgram High School (H.S.),
Email id (researcher) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Here I have got the following information of the targets from VSX.
1) SS Leo
Period: 0.6263351 d (15.03204 h)
2) RR Leo
Period: 0.4524021 d (10.85765 h)
CCD observations: Yes, I would like to avail CCD coverage.
Comparison and Check stars: I would like to get help about the
Submitting observations: I would like to get the images ( bias and
|Target||RA (H.HH)||Dec (D.DD)||Magnitude||Telescope||Observation Frequency||Expiration Date||Proprietary Term|
|rr leo||10.128739||23.99175||9.92–11.25||BSM_NM||1||March 31, 2023||No|
Have you thought about using available AID data to have your students measure a recent time of maximum (TOM)? VStar is a useful tool for the students to learn how to do this.
Imaging a future TOM can be conducted most efficiently IF you calculate a recent TOM in VStar and use the known period to predict a future TOM. Then we could run one short time (e.g., 2-3 hours) series on BSM_NM and virtually guarantee that you get the desired result. Does this make sense?
Simply taking a single image on several nights over the next month will not be useful for you and your students to learn anything. Comments?
Committed to NM until Mar 31.
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