Ten new pulsating variable stars discovered

By analyzing the data from NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), Turkish astronomers have detected 10 new pulsating variable stars, including five Delta Scuti variables. The finding is reported in a paper published ...

Researchers detect dozens of new variable stars

By observing the field of globular cluster Palomar 2 with the Indian Astronomical Observatory (IAO), astronomers have discovered 32 new variable stars. The newfound variables are mostly RR Lyrae stars and cluster members. ...

Astronomers discover dozens of new variable stars

Using the Nanshan One-meter Wide-field Telescope (NOWT), astronomers from China have observed the open cluster NGC 2355 and its surrounding field, searching for variable stars. They have detected 72 new variables in this ...

Research investigated eclipsing binary V608 Cassiopeiae

Using the Sobaeksan Optical Astronomy Observatory (SOAO), Korean astronomers have performed photometric observations of a W UMa-type eclipsing binary known as V608 Cassiopeiae. Results of the observational campaign, published ...

Hundreds of new pulsating variable stars detected

Using the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO), astronomers have detected more than 300 pulsating variable stars by observing the Milky Way's satellite galaxy Antlia 2 (or Ant 2 for short). The finding, reported ...

Indian astronomers detect over 200 variable stars

Using the ARIES telescope, astronomers from India have inspected a young open cluster known as NGC 281, searching for new variable stars. As a result of this investigation, they detected 228 new variables. The finding is ...

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