ZTF J0139+5245

Below are the available photometric data for ZTF J0139+5245 from the Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) through DR10 and from ongoing Las Cumbres Observatory (LCO) 1.0-meter observations. ZTF J0139+5245 is a white dwarf that was discovered to exhibit irregularly-shaped transit events caused by broken-up planetary material that recur on a roughly 104-day period (Vanderbosch et al. 2020). If you would like access to the LCO data, please feel free to contact me at zvanderb@caltech.edu

RA, Dec: 01:39:06.17, +52:45:36.89
PS1 grizy: 18.48, 18.49, 18.59, 18.69, 18.78

Last Updated on March 9th, 2022
Most recent data point on February 20th, 2022

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New Debris Candidate

A newly discovered system exihibiting dips similar those seen in ZTF J0139+5245, but recurring on a slightly longer timescale of about 180-190 days. Currently investigating the nature of this object, but providing the ZTF DR11 and ongoing LCO observations here for those interested in monitorig the dip events.

Last Updated on June 2nd, 2022
Most recent data point on June 1st, 2022

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