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Where to obtain variable star charts?

Each variable star's details page has a link to its neighborhood reference chart. Those charts are generated by the Variable Star Plotter (VSP) service provided by AAVSO. Below you can find a sample screen shot with marked link to the chart.

* you can remember chart's ID to refer to the same chart directly from AAVSO website whenever you need them.

More finding charts for the brightest variable stars can be found at AFOEV - Charts and
BAAVSS Charts webpages.

Another really useful source of variable star charts is http://nhk.mirahouse.jp/chart by Mr.Hirasawa (Japan Variable Stars Study Association).

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Issue #5
March-April 2014

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Amateurs' Guide to Variable Stars

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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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