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Suitable filters to use

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Hi David, Johnson V is almost always your first choice for photometric filters, as the next star you observe may be a different color and V is very generic.
David Kennedy
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Jun 12, 2013

How and when to submit data to VSX.

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Thanks for Your time, Sebastian. I'll try to submit this one in VSX, I had some thoughts whether VSX was the way to go or not, in this case. It's sometimes
tomas.wikander
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Nov 4, 2012

VSX "Add reference" is always reyed out

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Hi Wolfgang, Yes, references can now only be added through a revision. Patrick ... From: Wolfgang Renz To: AAVSO VSX ;
Wolfgang Renz
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Jun 10, 2011

VSX "AAVSO LCG" URLs are built incorrectly

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... I have made the timespan depend on the period: a rounded number of days of at least 10 cycles and at least 400 days. When there is no period I have used
Wolfgang Renz
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Jan 27, 2011

VSX "Atlas of O-C Diagrams for EBs" URLs are built incorrectly

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Hi Chris FYI I just noticed that the VSX "Atlas of O-C Diagrams for EBs" URLs are built incorrectly due to an additional "25": E.g. VSX tries to load the page:
Wolfgang Renz
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Jan 23, 2011

Re: [AAVSO-DIS] Question About the Variable Types in the Variable St

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... The SPB and BCEP descriptions in that webpage are interchanged. The longer period stars are the SPB ones. You can also add DPV's
Wolfgang Renz
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Sep 5, 2010

Re: UCAC3 identifier format... It's a joke...

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There was a boat-load of things in UCAC3 that should have been worked out before a public release -- of those, nomenclature being the most trivial by far!
Sebastián Otero
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Oct 28, 2009

UCAC3 identifier format.

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http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/cgi-bin/Dic-Simbad?/10531273 The Dictionary of Nomeclature is supposed to be the up-to-date electronic repository of the acronyms
Sebastián Otero
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Sep 20, 2009

Debate on VSX - continued

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Debate on VSX - continued The debate is starting to draw to a close now. Some very forthright views have been expressed and some fundamental misunderstandings
martin_piers_nicholson
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Nov 22, 2008

Debate on VSX

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There is an interesting debate on VSX underway at: http://simostronomy.blogspot.com/2008/07/international-variable-star- index-vsx.html While readers might not
martin_piers_nicholson
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Nov 14, 2008

Suggestions for VSX

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I believe Paul has AstroPlanner catalogs for the GCVS and NSV (plus supplement), so a good amount of bona-fide and suspected variables for use in the program
martin_piers_nicholson
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Sep 9, 2008

Publish them in JAAVSO yourself

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... VSX they should therefore have sufficient data and be suitable enough for you to submit them in a paper to JAAVSO yourself. If you are a fee paying member
interferom
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Jul 18, 2008

VSX and data publication

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There's nothing to stop you submitting them for publication to oejv, pzp or ibvs, which if successful would mean they would get into some bibliographic
James Bedient
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Jul 2, 2008

MKTypes.dat

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Hello James and all, It's been seven months since Patrick so rapidly forwarded to me the SQL batch file that would make all of these position corrections. My
James Bedient
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Jan 9, 2008

Supporting documents IN VSX

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Supporting documents (light curves, data files, etc.) are required for unpublished submissions or revisions. An example can be found here:
martin_piers_nicholson
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Sep 13, 2007
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