V893 Sco

The eclipsing dwarf nova below the period gap V893 Sco experienced an outburst (13.7mag) on February 12 as reported by A. Pearce (vsnet-campaign-dn 473). The object rapidly faded as reported in the next day. It was again a normal outburst (vsnet-campaign-dn 480). The object stayed above the minimum around March 9. The duration of this slightly bright state may be longer than usual short outbursts (vsnet-campaign 814). The next outoburst was reported by R. Stubbings on March 31 when the object was 12.7mag (vsnet-campaign-dn 618). B. Monard reported another outburst on April 24, at mag 12.8 (vsnet-campaign 879). The outburst continued until April 26 when B. Monard reported a rapid fading (vsnet-campaign-dn 712).

Reported observations on May 20 - 23 implies the object became somewhat fainter (vsnet-campaign-dn 812). On May 25, it experienced an outburst at 12.9mag as reported by R. Stubbings. The outburst rapidly faded (vsnet-campaign-dn 853). As reported by R. Stubbings and P. Williams, V893 Sco experienced an outburst of 12.7mag on June 27 (vsnet-campaign-dn 947). The bright state lasted for two nights (vsnet-campaign 986), and then seems to be terminated on June 30 (vsnet-campaign-dn 959). B. Monard detected an outburst on August 14 at 12.6mag (vsnet-campaign-dn 1242). As reported by P. Nelson, it experienced an outburst at 13.5mag on September 18. Following these outbursts timing, T. Kato commented that the outburst frequency seems to have decreased (vsnet-campaign-dn 1591).

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