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AAVSOAmerican Association of Variable Star Observers (aka American Association of Variable Stars Observers)
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Buso contacted another amateur astronomer, Sebastian Otero, a member of the American Association of Variable Star Observers, who helped Buso send out an international call for follow-up.
"This drop has now been confirmed by AAVSO (American Association of Variable Star Observers) observer John Hall.
According to Brian Fraser "Jannie Smit was one of the most accomplished variable star observers in South Africa." His efforts were recognised by the American Association of Variable Star Observers which extended its appreciation by way of a plaque awarded in absentia to him at the 100th meeting of the AAVSO in Massachusetts in 2011.
Charts were prepared using photometry already available from either Dr Arne Henden (American Association of Variable Star Observers, AAVSO) or obtained by Roger Pickard.
Arne Henden, Director of the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO).
The researchers settled on R Scuti because of its brightness and the wealth of long-term observations compiled by Janet Mattei, director of the American Association of Variable Star Observers in Cambridge, Mass.
An amateur astronomer since childhood and a long-time member of the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO), Contributing Editor BOB KING also teaches community education astronomy and writes the blog Astro Bob (https://astrobob.areavoices.com/).
The American Association of Variable Star Observers founded by Edward Charles Pickering and William T.
U Sco, an object known as a recurrent nova, had been predicted to outburst during a two-year window beginning in the spring of 2008.oth Harris and Dvorak had been conducting long-term monitoring as part of a campaign run by the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO).
During the mission, a network of amateur astronomers using visible-light telescopes will monitor some 275 cataclysmic variables and tell a coordinating group -- the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) in Cambridge, Mass.
Elizabeth Waagen of the American Association of Variable Star Observers writes that of the 381 Mira variables that AAVSO observers have tracked for decades, "73% received fewer than 100 observations last year." These "all need better coverage, particularly around minimum.
In Figure 6 we present an o Ceti (Mira) lightcurve for the period 1902-'05 highlighting Moraes Pereira's observations, using the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) database.
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