Note: Please monitor FO Aqr nightly through the end of the observing season. - Elizabeth O. Waagen, October 31, 2022
October 18, 2022
AAVSO Forum threads (scroll to the bottom of a thread for latest posts):
- Campaigns and Observation Reports: https://www.aavso.org/fo-aqr-hst-campaign-2022
- Cataclysmic Variables: https://www.aavso.org/fo-aqr-hst-campaign-2022-01
Nightly monitoring of FO Aqr is requested throughout the month of October 2022. Many thanks. - Elizabeth O. Waagen, 3 October 2022
Please continue observing FO Aqr according to the revised observing cadence given in the next paragraph. - Elizabeth O. Waagen, 1 February 2021
September 6, 2017: Dr. Colin Littlefield (University of Notre Dame) and colleagues have requested AAVSO assistance in monitoring the intermediate polar cataclysmic variable FO Aqr beginning immediately. This campaign is similar to the one on FO Aqr requested by Dr. Littlefield and colleagues in July 2016 (AAVSO Alert Notice 545).
November 9, 2016: Further to AAVSO Alert Notice 545, time series observations of the intermediate polar cataclysmic variable FO Aqr are requested to provide simultaneous coverage of XMM-Newton observations scheduled for 2016 November 13 19:43 UTC to November 14 8:13 UTC.
July 13, 2016: Dr. Colin Littlefield (University of Notre Dame) and colleagues Drs. Peter Garnavich (Notre Dame), Erin Aadland (Minnesota State), and Mark Kennedy (University College Cork) have requested AAVSO assistance in monitoring the intermediate polar cataclysmic variable FO Aqr beginning immediately.