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VSS Circular 184 now available

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VSS Circular 184 now available

BAA Variable Star Section Circular 184 for 2020 June is now available for download.

I do hope you enjoy reading it. Many thanks to all the contributors and to Gary Poyner for editing it.

Jeremy Shears

Director, BAA Variable Star Section

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Very interesting articles on

Very interesting articles on Betelgeuse and Z UMa. very much enjoyed reading them 

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Circular

Glad you enjoyed the VSS Circular, Daryl.

On the subject of Betelgeuse, we are hoping that Dr Mark Kidger, who wrote about Betelgeuse in this edition and the last one, will speak about the star during a BAA Wednesday webinar. Keep an eye on the webinar listings.

Back numbers of VSSC's can be accessed here.

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reporting supernovae spectra

Hi Jeremy

Should supernova spectroscopic observations be reported independent of their inclusion in the database?   (SN 2020ue mentioned has 22 spectra and SN 2020hvf  has 5 in the database currently and there are recent spectra of 4 other supernovae)

Cheers

Robin