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Другое Unexplored Eclipsing Stars with Elliptical Orbits
PZ, vol. 44, N 4 (19.06.2024) | I. M. Volkov / SAI, Moscow | DOI

This study presents parameters of several poorly studied eclipsing variable stars with elliptical orbits. The data were obtained from solution of our own long-term photometric observations.


Другое Search for Evolutionary Period Changes in the Double-mode Cepheid V367 Sct
PZ, vol. 44, N 3 (19.06.2024) | L. N. Berdnikov, A. Belinskii, A. Dambis, E. N. Pastukhova, M. A. Burlak, N. Ikonnikova, E. Mishin, N. Shatskii | DOI

For both periods of the bimodal Cepheid V367 Sct, O - C diagrams spanning a 113-year time interval are constructed. The O - C diagrams have the form of parabolas, allowing quadratic ephemerides and evolutionary period change rates to be determined for the first time, dP(Fu)/dt=+0.233 (+/- 0.020) s/yr and dP(1O)/dt=+0.244 (+/- 0.025) s/yr, for the fundamental tone and first overtone of V367 Sct, respectively, which are consistent with the results of theoretical computations for the third crossing of the instability strip. The test for stability of pulsations proposed by Lombard and Koen confirmed the reality of the evolutionary change of the periods.


Другое Seven New Multiperiodic delta Scuti stars in Cygnus
PZ, vol. 44, N 2 (26.04.2024) | A. Samokhvalov / Surgut | DOI

In a small field in Cygnus, I discovered seven new DSCTC stars that demonstrate multiperiodic pulsations from V-band CCD observations. For each of these stars, from two to four reliable pulsation frequencies could be derived. The paper presents finding charts, frequency spectra, light curves for program stars. New high-quality multi-band observations of the discovered variable stars with larger telescopes are needed.


Другое Photometry of Transient 2023lmj, an UGSU Cataclysmic Variable Star
PZ, vol. 44, N 1 (19.02.2024) | A. Samokhvalov / Surgut | DOI

I present a photometric study of the new UGSU cataclysmic variable star discovered as the transient 2023lmj. 160 V-band observations of the object were obtained on JD 2460120 - 2460142. The period of superhumps is found to be 0.06033d. An overall light curve and average superhump profile are shown.


Другое Two New delta Scuti Stars in Hercules
PZ, vol. 43, N 11 (12.12.2023) | A. Samokhvalov / astronomer amateur | DOI

I present my discovery and CCD observations of two new small-amplitude delta Scuti (DSCTC) stars demonstrating multiperiodic pulsations. The paper contains detected frequencies, light curves, finding charts, and other relevant information.


Другое Period Changes in the Ultracompact Binary ZTF J213056.71+442046.5
PZ, vol. 43, N 10 (24.11.2023) | S. V. Antipin, L. N. Berdnikov, K. A. Postnov, A. M. Zubareva, A. Belinski, M. A. Burlak, N. Ikonnikova | DOI

We performed the O-C analysis of period variations of the ultracompact binary system ZTF J213056.71+442046.5, a potentially detectable source of mHz gravitational waves for planned space laser interferometers. We combined our photometric observations carried out at the RC600 telescope of the Caucasus Mountain Observatory with publicly available ZTF survey data, thus increasing to 5.5 years the time interval covered with measurements. The O-C diagram is well fitted with linear light elements (P=0.0273195154 days) but can be also described with quadratic light elements corresponding to a period decrease rate of dP/dt = (-2.00 +/- 0.60) x 10^{-12} s per second. This finding is in a good agreement with the predicted value of the orbital period decay of this binary system due to gravitational wave emission.


Другое The 85th Name-list of Variable Stars
PZ, vol. 43, N 9 (8.11.2023) | E. V. Kazarovets, N. N. Samus, O. V. Durlevich, A. V. Khruslov, N. Kireeva | DOI

We present a new Name-List of variable stars containing information on 1077 stars of the whole sky (constellations Andromeda - Vulpecula) recently designated in the system of the General Catalogue of Variable Stars (GCVS). Among variable stars of the Name-list, there are nine Novae of our Galaxy, named in the GCVS system soon after their discovery upon request from the Central Bureau of Astronomical Telegrams.


Другое CCD Observations of Type CW Cepheids and RV Tau Stars
PZ, vol. 43, N 8 (31.10.2023) | L. N. Berdnikov, A. Kniazev, A. Dambis, V. V. Kravtsov, E. N. Pastukhova | DOI

In 2005 - 2014, we obtained 16568 photometric measurements in the BVIc photometric system for 64 type II Cepheids and 54 RV Tau stars using the 76-cm telescope of the South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO, South Africa) and the 40-cm telescope of the Cerro Armazones Observatory of the Universidad Catolica del Norte (OCA, Chile). The tables of observations and the plots of light curves are presented.


Другое Catalog of Multi-Mode Radially Pulsating Variables: I
PZ, vol. 43, N 7 (16.10.2023) | A. V. Khruslov / Tula, Russia | DOI

I present a catalog of newly detected Multi-Mode Radially Pulsating (MMRP) variable stars that pulsate in the fundamental, first, second, or third-overtone modes. This catalog includes 50 double- and multi-mode stars. Among variability types of these stars, we find classical Cepheids, RR Lyrae, and high-amplitude δ Scuti (HADS) variables. Additionally, I studied 14 known multi-periodic variables.

I analyzed all observations available for these stars in the ASAS-SN and ZTF online public archives using the period-search software developed by Dr. V.P. Goranskij for Windows environment. Light elements and parameters of oscillations were determined.


Другое g'r' CCD observations of four long-period eclipsing variables
PZ, vol. 43, N 6 (6.09.2023) | P. V. Pakhomova, L. N. Berdnikov, A. Kniazev, O. Y. Malkov, N. Ikonnikova, A. Belinskii, N. Maslennikova, M. A. Burlak, E. Mishin, N. Shatskii | DOI

About 600 CCD magnitude measurements in the g', r' filters were acquired in 2022 for four long-period eclipsing binaries: V698 Cyg, V788 Cyg, EU Gem, V733 Per. The light elements for all these systems were derived using the ASAS-SN database.


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