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A&AS Supplement Ser., Vol. 124, July 1997, 55-56

Received June 11; accepted October 10, 1996

Southern and equatorial irregular variables

I. Photoelectric photometrygiftex2html_wrap_inline614gif

D. Cieslinski tex2html_wrap626 - F.J. Jablonski tex2html_wrap628 - J.E. Steiner tex2html_wrap630

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tex2html_wrap632  Divisão de Astrofísica, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, CP 515, 12201-970 São José dos Campos, Brazil
tex2html_wrap634  Laboratório Nacional de Astrofísica-LNA/CNPq, CP 21, 37500-000 Itajubá, Brazil
tex2html_wrap636  Instituto Astronômico e Geofísico, Universidade de São Paulo, CP 9638, 01065-970 São Paulo, Brazil


We present the results of an optical photometric survey of 616 irregular variables. The targets were selected among objects classified as L, L:, I, I:, IS and IS: in the General Catalogue of Variable Stars and New Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars.

keywords: stars: variable -- surveys -- stars: AGB, post-AGB

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