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ISSN 2309-5539 (online)
Published by The VS-COMPAS Project © 2013-2014
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Variable Stars Observer Bulletin is a free amateur bulletin on variable stars science. It's made by amateurs and for amateurs. Here simplified contemporary data about different aspects of variable stars research is published.

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March-April 2014

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In this issue:
KOI-3278: A self-lensing binary star system by Ivan Adamin

BL Bootis stars - anomalous Cepheids by Ivan Adamin

A revision of NSV 13538 = NSVS 17231162 by Alexandr Ditkovsky

NSVS 11075037 = Dauban V53:
updated elements of a Mira variable in Hercules
by Siarhey Hadon

RS Puppis: the light echoes calibrate standard candles for accurate distance measurements
by Ivan Adamin

SS Lacertae: The non-eclipsing eclipsing binary by Ivan Adamin

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