by Lukas Kral
How to obtain
our data /
Database of Our Observations of Variable Stars
You can find here:
1. CCD observations
2. Mid-eclipse times
3. Visual estimates
1. List of CCD runs, sorted by dateHere you can find all our successfull CCD observations of variables, sorted by evening date of the night. Details about each star can be found by clicking on its name.
The table continues evening date of observation, observed star's name, links to light curve and image with identification of variable and used comparisons, link to details about the observation and the observer's name.
There are now 1236 CCD runs in our database (409 different stars were observed).
The images are in PNG format, which replaces the older format GIF. Today, all web browsers should be able to show it without problems. If the yours cannot, update it to newer version or download the great and free image viewer XnView.
2. Database of mid-eclipse times of eclipsing binariesYou can list data for all stars or only for excentric binaries from dr. M. Wolf's observing programme.
Warning: this database is still not complete!
3. Visual Estimates for the Meduza Project- here you can get a list of all estimates, obtained by the selected observer, directly from the online database of Meduza. The estimates will be sorted descending by date.
(PHP script by Lubos Brat, used with his kind permission)
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