WHAT - Field 236 periodic variables
WHAT, the Wise
Hungarian-made Automatic Telescope, is a small robotic
telescope designed to monitor large FOV (8.2 X 8.2 deg) looking for
transiting planets and variable stars.
It is operated under collaboration between the Wise Observatory of the Tel-Aviv University and Konkoly Observatory of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The first field WHAT observed is field #236 centered at (15:28:00 , +30:00:00).
The following pages contain description of the periodic variables found on this field.
The variables are sorted by their period.
The WHAT project is co-managed by T. Mazeh, A. Moran and A. Shporer from the Wise Observatory,
G. Kovacs from the Konkoly Observatory, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
and G. Bakos from Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.