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Maxima of the long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 25th April 2018.

Magnitude: 6.5-8.6 
Period: 191.9 days 
Type: Mira

Position (J2000):     R.A. 13 19 27.7649  |  Dec. +45° 31' 37.660''



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Maxima of long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 16th October 2017



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Maxima of the long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 8th April 2017

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Maxima of long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 27th September 2016.



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Maxima of long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 2nd March 2015.

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Maxima of long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 22nd August, 2014.

Magnitude: 6.5-8.6 
Period: 191.9 days 
Type: Mira

Position (J2000):     R.A. 13 19 27.7649  |  Dec. +45° 31' 37.660''

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Maxima of the long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 11th February, 2014.



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Maxima of long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 3rd August, 2013. 



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Maxima of long period variable V Canum Venaticorum on the 23rd January, 2013.

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Just over 2° south preceding the Whirlpool galaxy M51 lies one of the best objects for newcomers to variable star observing who are equipped with only a small pair of binoculars.
V CVn is a red semi-regular (Sra) variable star of spectral class M4e-M6e. The classification Sra applies to giant stars of late spectral class whose light curves are similar to those of the long period variables (Mira), but with smaller amplitude.

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