Observation and analysis of R3230 on Nov. 14, 2010 (UTC)
Nov. 27, 2010
The catalogue's detail of R3230 is as follows.
XZ 30327 = SAO 145840 = ZC 3230
RA = 22 3 32.2345 PM = 0.00107s
Dec = - 7 27 33.864 PM = -0.0038"
Mv = 8.41, Mb = 10.11, Mr = 7.52 Spectrum MA Dia: .0011" [Estimated]
Star is the primary of the following pair
Name Cmpt Yr1 Yr2: PA1 PA2 : Sep1 Sep2 : Mag1 Mag2: #1 #2 mean
OCc 869 1992 1992: 131.0 : 0.100 : 9.20 9.20: R 3230 ------
OCc 869 observed by A Scholten on 1992 Dec 31. Refer: ON VI,8,180-182
WDS Discoverer codes
OCc Possible occultation discovery
The occultation event of this star was observed by three Japanese observers on Nov. 14, 2010.
This star is registered to XZ double file as a double star discoverd from an occultation observation.
Light curve and explanation
Step is not detected. Brian Loader IOTA double star coordinator says
It looks likely this is another
"OCc" star which is not double. It would be good to get a further
observation to confirm this. There looks to be a few more opportunities
next year in various countries.
i) Karasaki's observation
i) Miyashita's observation
i) Ishida's observation