ACCELERATION REPORT 12 Mar 96 : 93- 36 B

Kurt Jonckheere (kjonckheere@unicall.be)
Tue, 12 Mar 1996 21:03:55 +0000

THE FOLLOWING OBJECTS HAD A JUMP IN MEAN MOTION 
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22676 = 93- 36 B
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93- 36 B 96-03-09 20:41:20.3 KJ  102.2 1.0   6 17.0
93- 36 B 96-03-10 20:11      MR   60.7 1.0   4 15.2
93- 36 B 96-03-10 20:12      KJ   92.3 1.0   6 15.4
93- 36 B 96-03-11 19:40      KJ  146.7 1.0  10 14.7  mag +4->6.5
93- 36 B 96-03-12 19:08:59   LB  117.2 0.2   8 14.65  AA, mag 4->6
93- 36 B 96-03-12 19:07      KJ  207.1 1.5  14 14.8
[Observations from Kurt Jonckheere, Leo Barhorst and Mike Rosseel]
>It is still accelerating nicely.  Although I have only observations
>of the last 3 days, it seems that the decline is slowing down, so 
>the decrease of the period might stop within some days to go up again??

>This is the ideal occasion to study what happens between the end of
>an acceleration and the beginning of the normal rise afterwards.

>All observers should focus on this object!!

The observations of today indeed seems to indicate that the acceleration
has already halted!

Happy observing,

Kurt Jonckheere (kjonckheere@unicall.be)