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19 August 2017 at 1:06 pm #578482
I am not monitoring H alpha as the coverage there already looks pretty good.
I am just covering ~3800-4100 A (which covers H epsilon – H10 including Ca H,K ) This is the same region I monitored during the 2012-2013 eclipse of AZ Cas (A similar but much fainter system.)
The changes are very pronounced and potentially scientifically interesting in this region but I was the only one monitoring AZ Cas there. For VV Cep there are a couple of others working in that region though so hopefully we should get good coverage there for this eclipse.