CAOSP abstracts, Volume: 49, No.: 2, year: 2019

Abstract: We report on optical observations of stellar objects (SNe, CVs, YSOs, etc.), which were detected within the framework of the Gaia mission. The telescopes Zeiss-2000 and Zeiss-600 at the Terskol Observatory provide good enough opportunities especially for follow-up studies of these objects. Photometric observations have been used to perform a quick analysis of the imaging data in order to reveal short- or long-term variability in the brightness of Gaia transients. Appropriate software developed has been applied for processing and analysis of datasets gathered in 2016-2018 for more than 40 objects; a lot of them have been continuously observed over the years. In this paper, we present some results obtained for transients Gaia17dce, Gaia18aen, and Gaia18cct.

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