V368 Peg: August - September superoutburst

V368 Peg = Var63 Peg started the outburst, as reported by R. Stubbings (13.8mag) on August 26. The star is an SU UMa-type dwarf nova, whose nature was revealed by J. Pietz (vsnet-obs 22110, vsnet-alert 3317) during the last outburst in 1999 August (vsnet-campaign 448). The E. Muyllaert's observations showed the object was bright on August 26 (12.5mag), which strongly suggested the outburst is a superoutburst (vsnet-campaign 454). N. Butterworth posted the time-series photometry on August 29 and 30 to [vsnet-campaign-data 36 37], respectively. M. Moilanen and A. Oksanen posted the time-series data on August 27/28 to [vsnet-campaign-data 38]. The data observed by L. Kral on August 27 can be available in [vsnet-campaign-data 44]. The long superoutburst may be enter the final fading stage on September 7 (at 14.8mag) (vsnet-campaign-dn 142).

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