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 +===== SS-Cyg =====
 +**SS-Cyg**[(http://​www.aavso.org/​vsots_sscyg)] (RA 21h 42m 42.8s, Dec 43° 35' 09.9”) is a dwarf nova in the constellation of Cygnus. It is an archetypal CV, undergoing frequent and regular outbursts (~7-8 weeks). ​ With a relatively short period between outbursts and a large change in magnitude (∇ Mag >5), it's a very good candidate for study and developing observation techniques. And with a declination of 44°, it's visible in Europe and much of the USA all year round.
 +===== Observations =====
  
 +==== Observation JD 2455330 ====
 +(AAVSO ID. BDQ)
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 +Below is a time series of observations of SS-Cyg, lasting less than 2 hours. Viewing conditions were only fair and deteriorated quickly. The accompanying image shows the star field with SS Cyg labeled as "​V"​ and the comparison stars marked as C1 and C2. SS Cyg is at this time undergoing some unusual activity while in quiescence. (AAVSO observer BDQ) 
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 +Follow with light curves of significant data.
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 +References
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 +~~REFNOTES~~

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