StarChile 2010   :   CCD observations of variable star EN Oct


CCD observations of variable star EN Oct (14:50:18.00 -89:46:58.0; 2452404.9150 0.288906d; 11.88-12.60V; EW/KW; VSX 20100422) has been made by Martin Lehký and Dalibor Hanžl at SPACE Atacama Lodge near San Pedro de Atacama, Chile (68o 10' 45.29" W and 22o 57' 12.94" S, 2422 m) using a 0.20-m f/4 reflector and SBIG ST-8 CCD camera with BVRI filters (field of view 59' x 39' and 2.3" x 2.3" / 1 px). The images were acquired with SBIG CCDSoft V5.00 and subsequently were processed using C-Munipack V1.1.26. Acknowledgments belongs to Dr. Marek Wolf (Astronomical Institute, Charles University, Prague) for borrowed CCD camera ST8, and Variable Star and Exoplanet Section of Czech Astronomical Society for borrowed mount CG-5 and Astronomical Society at Hradec Králové for borrowed old notebook with parallel port.


EN oct / 2 nights / 20.8 hours / VRI / 5 minima timings (12)


The times of minima has been published in the database of Variable Star and Exoplanet Section of Czech Astronomical Society.





ENOct_cmps




21. IV. 2010

ENOct_20100421_VRI_LEH_lightcurve



22. IV. 2010

ENOct_20100421_VRI_LEH_lightcurve





Martin Lehký / makalaki@astro.sci.muni.cz / Hradec Králové / Czech Republic   &   Dalibor Hanžl / Brno / Czech Republic
created 22nd June 2010 / update 26th June 2010