AT 2016cyy
RA/DEC (2000)
14:43:25.738 +79:11:59.21
220.85724 +79.19978
Type
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Redshift
Source Group
ASAS-SN
Discovery Date
2016-07-06 08:38:24
TNS AT
Y
Public
Y
Discovery Mag
15.05
Filter
V-Johnson
Discoverer/s
K. Z. Stanek, for the ASAS-SN team
Spectra
No Data
Light Curves
FilterTel / InstObs-date rangePhotometry
V-JohnsonASASSN-1_Brutus2016-07-05 10:04:48 - 2016-07-07 06:00:003
Photometry
IDObs-dateMag. / FluxErrLim. Mag./FluxUnitsFilterTel / InstExp-timeObserver/sRemarks
32512016-07-07 06:00:0015.050.0517VegaMagV-JohnsonASASSN-1_Brutus
32502016-07-06 08:38:2415.050.0516.7VegaMagV-JohnsonASASSN-1_Brutus
32492016-07-05 10:04:4817.5VegaMagV-JohnsonASASSN-1_Brutus[Last non detection]
AT Reportings
IDTime received (UT)SenderReporter/s (Discoverer/s)GroupRADECDiscovery date (UT)Discovery Mag.FilterRelated filesAT TypeInternal nameAssoc. GroupsEnd prop. periodRemarks
28332016-07-07 15:55:12KZStanekK. Z. Stanek, for the ASAS-SN teamASAS-SN14:43:25.738+79:11:59.212016-07-06 08:38:2415.05V-JohnsonPSNASASSN-16hbASAS-SNNo match in Vizier or NED, could be a hostless supernova or a high-amplitude CV.
Classification Reportings
No Data

Comments

http://ooruri.kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp/mailarchive/vsnet-alert/19973

[vsnet-alert 19973] ASASSN-16hb: likely AM CVn-type dwarf nova

"Shugarov's team (S.Shugarov, A. Shchurova) have reported
observations on three nights. There was apparently
a superhump signal with a period of 0.02471(7) d.
The object is likely an AM CVn-type dwarf nova,
similar to V406 Hya."