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Last year a campaign was organised by the BAA Variable Star Section to monitor this dwarf nova.
A paper summarising the results has been accepted for publication by JBAA and a pre-print is available here: http://arxiv.org/abs/1505.07709
Many thanks to all those who contributed to, and supported, the campaign, which shows just what is possible via cooperation and pooling of observations.
Whilst the official campaign finished in January, observers are still welcome to monitor the star, which shows frequent outbursts and superoutbursts. The supercycle is one of the shortest of SU UMa’s on record, at 67 days.