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Photometry of Chemically Peculiar Stars with Automatic Photoelectric Telescopes

  • Saul J. Adelman (a1) and Diane M. Pyper (a2)

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The College of Charleston The Citadel, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Villanova University constitute the Four College Automatic Photoelectric Telescope Consortium which has a 0.75-m telescope on Mt. Hopkins, Arizona. It has been in regular operation for two years. Prior to this time we obtained some differential UBV observations with the Phoenix 10” APT of the Fairborn Observatory. We are coordinating observations of CP stars of the upper main sequence. Some initial results include evidence for significant changes in the light curve of 56 Ari, the constancy of the HgMn stars 53 Tau and HR 4072, an improved period for HD 244801, and new observations in the broad minimum of HD 9996.

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Photometry of Chemically Peculiar Stars with Automatic Photoelectric Telescopes

  • Saul J. Adelman (a1) and Diane M. Pyper (a2)

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