Yes, we will assign it if someone wants to observe it but since it wasn’t a CV and it is very faint, we didn’t do it. Cheers, Sebastian ... Sebastian Oterovarsao
Sebastian, I notice that it lacks an AUID when I just checked Tim On Friday, October 9, 2015 7:56 AM, "'Sebastian Otero' sebastian@... [cvnet-outburst]"tcarchcape
FN AND 2015 Oct 8.8750 13.8 OUTBURST RX AND 2015 Oct 8.8729 12.0 ACTIVE VZ AQR 2015 Oct 8.8354 12.8
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