Multi-Epoch BVRI Photometry for LBVs in M31 and M33

An evolved post-main sequence supergiant that has been observed in a S Doradus type outburst. In quiescence an LBV may have the following qualities resembling and B or Of-type supergiant:

A star that has the spectroscopic characteristics of a classical LBV but has never been observed in an S Doradus type outburst is properly classified as a Candidate LBV.

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LGGSNameClassLast Measured V_magTableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of AE AndJ004302.52+414912.4AE AndLBV 17.24TableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of AF AndJ004333.09+411210.4AF AndLBV 15.97TableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of Var 15J004419.43+412247.0 Var 15LBV 17.08TableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of Var A1J004450.54+413037.7Var A1LBV 16.83TableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of M31-004526.62J004526.62+415006.3M31-004526.62LBV 16.70TableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of Var CJ013335.14+303600.4Var CLBV 16.40TableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of Var BJ013349.23+303809.1Var BLBV 17.35TableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of Var 83J013410.93+303437.6Var 83LBV 16.79TableGraphVariability
Color composite thumbnail image of Var 2J013418.37+303837.0Var 2LBV 18.14TableGraphVariability

By John C. Martin, University of Illinois Springfield Henry R. Barber Research Observatory

Generated on 2021-11-06 16:53:54 UT-5