CAOSP abstracts, Volume: 43, No.: 3, year: 2014

Abstract: We present results of a world-wide observing campaign of the eclipsing dwarf nova HT Cas during its superoutburst in November 2010. Using collected data we were able to conduct an analysis of the light curves and we calculated O-C diagrams. The CCD photometric observations enabled us to derive the superhump period and with the timings of eclipses the orbital period was calculated. Based on superhump and orbital period estimations, the period excess and mass ratio of the system were obtained.

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