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On-line database of photometric observations of magnetic chemically peculiar stars

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Original title:On-line database of photometric observations of magnetic chemically peculiar stars
Authors:Zdeněk Mikulášek, Jan Janík, Jozef Žižnovský, Miloslav Zejda, Martin Netolický, Martin Vaňko, Pavel Zvěřina, Blanka Kučerová, Michal Ceniga, Gabriel Szász
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Citation:MIKULÁŠEK, Zdeněk, Jan JANÍK, Jozef ŽIŽNOVSKÝ, Miloslav ZEJDA, Martin NETOLICKÝ, Martin VAŇKO, Pavel ZVĚŘINA, Blanka KUČEROVÁ, Michal CENIGA a Gabriel SZÁSZ. On-line database of photometric observations of magnetic chemically peculiar stars. In Physics of Magnetic Stars. Nizhnij Arkhyz, Russia: Special Astrophysical Observatory, Russia, 2007. s. 296-299, 4 s. ISBN 5-91155-009-1.Export BibTeX
@inproceedings{727805,
author = {Mikulášek, Zdeněk and Janík, Jan and Žižnovský, Jozef and Zejda, Miloslav and Netolický, Martin and Vaňko, Martin and Zvěřina, Pavel and Kučerová, Blanka and Ceniga, Michal and Szász, Gabriel},
address = {Nizhnij Arkhyz, Russia},
booktitle = {Physics of Magnetic Stars},
keywords = {chemically peculiar stars; magnetic stars; photometry},
language = {eng},
location = {Nizhnij Arkhyz, Russia},
isbn = {5-91155-009-1},
pages = {296-299},
publisher = {Special Astrophysical Observatory, Russia},
title = {On-line database of photometric observations of magnetic chemically peculiar stars},
url = {http://w0.sao.ru/Doc-en/Science/Public/Conf/},
year = {2007}
}
Original language:English
Field:Astronomy and astrophysics
WWW:link to a new windowhttp://w0.sao.ru/Doc-en/Science/Public/Conf/
Type:Article in Proceedings
Keywords:chemically peculiar stars; magnetic stars; photometry

We present our extensive project of the On-line database of photometric observations of magnetic CP stars to collect published data of photometric observations of magnetic chemically peculiar (mCP) stars in the optical and near IR regions. The nascent database that contains now more than 107 thousand photometric measurements of the most important 102 mCP stars will be continuously supplemented with published or new photometric data on these and about 150 additional mCP stars.

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