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«59 New Red Variable Stars»: NSVS 16324859 and NSVS 16329544 are confirmed to be Mira variables
by Siarhey Hadon, Ivan Adamin in March-April 2014 (#5)
Abstract: A careful review of the article «59 New Red Variable Stars» - published in PZP ("Peremennye Zvezdy", Prilozhenie, vol. 14, N 4 (2014)) - revealed that elements and variability types could be refined for several red variable stars. We were able to classify NSVS 16324859 and NSVS 16329544 as Mira variables; furthermore, the identification of NSVS 16329544, which was obviously misidentified in the original article, could be improved. Magnitude ranges are now given in V. Most stars' data required a deblending procedure to eliminate light contamination from neighboring stars and get an improved magnitude range.
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