Long Term Photometric and Spectroscopic Monitoring of Semiregular Variable Stars


Robert R. Cadmus, Jr.

Department of Physics, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA 50112

Received September 12, 2014; revised December 8, 2014; accepted December 9, 2014


JAAVSO: Publication Schedule, Page Charges, and Subscriptions

Publication Schedule

The Journal of the AAVSO is published twice a year, June 15 (Number 1 of the volume) and December 15 (Number 2 of the volume). The submission window for inclusion in the next issue of JAAVSO closes six weeks before the publication date. A manuscript will be added to the table of contents for an issue when it has been fully accepted for publication upon successful completion of the referee process; these articles will be available online prior to the publication date.



The Curious Case of ASAS J174600-2321.3: an Eclipsing Symbiotic Nova in Outburst?


Stefan Hümmerich
Stiftstr. 4, Braubach, D-56338, Germany; American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO), Cambridge, MA;
Bundesdeutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Veränderliche Sterne e.V. (BAV), Berlin, Germany



Photometric Analyses and Spectral Identification of the Early-Spectral Type W UMa Contact Binary V444 Andromedae


Ronald G. Samec

Faculty Research Associate, Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute, One Pari Drive, Rosman, NC 28772

Russell Robb