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    Title: THE TAIWANESE-AMERICAN OCCULTATION SURVEY PROJECT STELLAR VARIABILITY. II. DETECTION OF 15 VARIABLE STARS
    Authors: Mondal,S;Lin,CC;Chen,WP;Zhang,ZW;Alcock,C;Axelrod,T;Bianco,FB;Byun,YI;Coehlo,NK;Cook,KH;Dave,R;Kim,DW;King,SK;Lee,T;Lehner,MJ;Lin,HC;Marshall,SL;Protopapas,P;Rice,JA;Schwamb,ME;Wang,JH;Wang,SY;Wen,CY
    Contributors: 天文研究所
    Keywords: LARGE-MAGELLANIC-CLOUD;KUIPER-BELT OBJECTS;SPACED DATA;CEPHEIDS;TAOS;INVENTORY;OVERTONE;CATALOG;BULGE;BAR
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2012-03-27 18:10:33 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: The Taiwanese-American Occultation Survey (TAOS) project has collected more than a billion photometric measurements since 2005 January. These sky survey data-covering timescales from a fraction of a second to a few hundred days-are a useful source to study stellar variability. A total of 167 star fields, mostly along the ecliptic plane, have been selected for photometric monitoring with the TAOS telescopes. This paper presents our initial analysis of a search for periodic variable stars from the time-series TAOS data on one particular TAOS field, No. 151 (R. A. = 17(h)30(m)6(s).7, decl. = 27 degrees 17'30 '', J2000), which had been observed over 47 epochs in 2005. A total of 81 candidate variables are identified in the 3 deg(2) field, with magnitudes in the range 8 < R < 16. On the basis of the periodicity and shape of the light curves, 29 variables, 15 of which were previously unknown, are classified as RR Lyrae, Cepheid, delta Scuti, SX Phonencis, semi-regular, and eclipsing binaries.
    Relation: ASTRONOMICAL JOURNAL
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