Home › Forums › Variable Stars › Timings of minima of eclipsing binaries › Hi David,
There is also this page :- http://www.as.up.krakow.pl/add-minima/?p=form
Which suggests a new database is being prepared, perhaps including the times of minima submitted through the database. They are still accepting minima but these now have to be emailed to the address supplied.
Before the list disappeared it seemed to include some very old observations and I am fairly sure that none of the observations I added over the last year or so had been added. In contrast, observations included in the AAVSO journal seem to get included as soon as they are published as far as I can work out. The obvious solution would be to send observations to the AAVSO for inclusion in their Journal as does Graeme Coates (see earlier post) but I would rather have them published in the BAAVSS circular so that it better reflects the activities of UK based variable star observers and that’s why I sent my observations to Des for him to include in the last issue. I would have thought once they realise that ToMs are being published regularly in the Circular they would wish to add them to the database in the same way they do with the AAVSO data.