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ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/ADS

PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2019 10:26 am
by Francois Teyssier
I'm very pleased to inform that the letter is now indexed in NASA/ADS following the request of professionnal teams we are working with

https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/#abs/2019 ... T/abstract

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The link will be modified (to #2018-04 instead of #2018-03)

The previous issues (39 ... ) will be indexed asap.

Thank you to all observers who are contributing. This is a great aknowledment to our collective and continuous work.

All the best (AG Dra, SU Lyn, V694 Mon, CH Cyg, CI Cyg as priority)

François Teyssier

PS: thank you to David for the correction of the abstract

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2019 4:50 pm
by Christophe Boussin
Bonjour François,

C'est avec grand plaisir que je découvre ton message !
Au delà de la satisfaction personnelle qu'il procure, c'est une reconnaissance d'un effort collectif de passionné(e)s et une invitation à s'impliquer davantage encore dans ce projet de surveillance d'étoiles symbiotiques !
Que ce post soit l'occasion de te remercier vivement pour la synthèse remarquable que tu nous proposes chaque trimestre !
C'est un travail colossal qui donne tant de relief à chacun de nos spectres et de sens à l'ensemble de ceux-ci !
Souhaitons nous de futures et belles découvertes avec de passionnantes collaborations proams !

Bon ciel à toutes et à tous,

Christophe Boussin

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Hello François,

It's with a great pleasure that I read your message !
Beyond the personal satisfaction it gives, it's an acknowledgement of a collective and exciting work of passionate people and an invitation to become even more involved in this project of monitoring symbiotic stars !
May this post be an opportunity to thank you very much for the outstanding synthesis that you propose us every trimester !
It's a colossal work that gives so much relief to each of our spectra and meaning to all of them !
May we have future and great discoveries with exciting proams collaborations !

Clear skies,

Christophe Boussin

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2019 7:37 pm
by Olivier GARDE
François,

C'est une très bonne nouvelle et grâce à toi, on dispose maintenant d'une lisibilité plus grande avec un archivage de qualité.

En espérant que cela puisse déclencher à l'avenir d'autres collaborations avec les pro....

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 5:15 am
by Terry Bohlsen
Francois
This is very good. Well done.
Terry

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2019 12:12 pm
by Robin Leadbeater
Hi Francois,

That is very impressive to get a independent amateur publication listed on ADS.

I take spectra of a number of transient objects (for example dwarf novae and extra-galactic novae) as part of my project confirming and classifying supernovae. If you let me know when you are publishing a new edition I can give you a summary if you like.

Confirming spectra in the past 3 months (available in the BAA Spectroscopy database) include
CVs
ASASSN-18abl, NSVS 708833, TCP J06373299-0935420

M31 nova
AT2019agt,

Supernovae
SN 2019axf, SN2019bkh

Cheers
Robin

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2019 1:52 pm
by Vincent Marik
Bonjour François,

C'est impressionnant.
Quel travail que cette publication ! (trimestrielle si je comprends bien).
Merci, je suis touché d'être dans cette belle aventure bien que mon apport soit très modeste.

Vincent Marik

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2019 6:40 pm
by etienne bertrand
Bravo !!! c'est mérité !

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2019 6:22 am
by Francois Teyssier
Thanks to all.
And again, thank you for your contributions. This is the *continuous* monotoring that is impressive and very interesting for professionnal teams.
I'll produce an example soon.
Each contribution is important.

To Robin: yes, with great pleasure.
Next issue: 2019-Q1, publication scheduled late April.
You should send me: graphs (in pdf or postcript), text and and abstract.

François Teyssier

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:44 pm
by James Foster
Great to know our professional collaborators like the ARAS quarterly!
I let the AASVO know about this fact (Spectra Forum) and that we should
continue to contribute spectra both here and other spectro databases.

James

Re: ARAS Eruptive Stars information letter indexed in NASA/A

PostPosted: Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:51 pm
by Francois Teyssier
Issue 2019-Q1 is indexed in ADS
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2019ESIL...41....2T/abstract

Spectroscopic observations of symbiotic stars in 2019-Q1
Teyssier, F.; Boyd, D.; Guarro, J.; Sims, F.; Campos, F.; Lester, T.; Sollecchia, U.; Boussin, C.; Charbonnel, S.; Garde, O.; Somogyi, P.; Buil, C.; Berardi, P.; Marik, V.; Martineau, G.; Buchet, Y.; Diarrassouba, I.; Michelet, J.
Abstract
198 spectra of 23 symbiotic stars at resolution from 500 to 15000 were obtained during 2019-Q1 by 18 observers. AG Dra is monitored before the expected outburst in 2019. At the current date (2019-05-18) no sign of outburst has been detected. From medium resolution spectra we have detected the appearence of an emission line in the red edge of He I 5016 during outbursts. The identification of the line is discussed. AX Per soon after the end of its eclipse has been detected in strong classical outburst, characterized by the weakening of high emission lines [Fe VII]. CH Cyg is in low luminosity, several spectra have been obtained during a short flare. V694 Mon, in high luminosity, has been monitored at high cadence during the season. The profiles of Balmer and Fe II lines is unusual, showing a classical P Cygni profile and the disappearance of the broad blue absorption lines.

Eruptive Stars Information Letter, vol.41, p. 2-75
Pub Date: May 2019 Bibcode: 2019ESIL...41....2T

TCP J05390410+4748030 Dwarf nova in outburst
Berardi, P.; Franco, L.
Abstract
Paolo Berardi obtained a spectrum (Lhires III, 150 l/mm, R = 600) on 2019-03-15.759 typical of a dwarf nova in outburst: Ha and Hb in emission (with perhaps a weak broad absorption), as well as He I 5856, 6678, He II 4686 and the complex NIII/CIII. The FWHM of the Ha and He I 6678 emissions are respectively 900 km.s^-1 and 800 km.s^-1. The decline of the outburst is monitored with flux calibrated spectra.

Publication:
Eruptive Stars Information Letter, vol.41, p. 76-77
Pub Date: May 2019 Bibcode: 2019ESIL...41...76B

New Online Database of Symbiotic Variables
Merc, J.; Gàlis, R.; Wolf, M.
Abstract
We have decided to prepare a new, online database of the galactic and extragalactic symbiotic. In addition to the catalog of data for all known symbiotic systems with consistent references, we created a web-portal for easy access to this information.
Publication:
Eruptive Stars Information Letter, vol.41, p. 78-80
Pub Date: May 2019 Bibcode: 2019ESIL...41...78M

Spin, angular momentum, and how they govern your spectra
Shore, S.
Abstract
The intrinsic attribute called "spin".Imposing an external magnetic field. Selection rules and transitions.
Publication:
Eruptive Stars Information Letter, vol.41, p. 81-85
Pub Date: May 2019 Bibcode: 2019ESIL...41...81S


I'm currently working with a template kindly prepared by Jaroslav Merc in order to publish the next issues with LaTex

All the best,
François