C8 Light Curve

You have discovered a Cepheid! Note this star does not appear to vary much. Ferrarese et al. (1996) named this Cepheid C8. Below is their plot of C8's light curve. On Part I, Section B of your lab sheet, record the name of the Cepheid, its grid section number (73), its average apparent V magnitude (mv), and its period (P). (Careful: the numbers decrease going up the vertical axis!) When you're done, return to the main grid section 73 page, or return to the main WF4 8x8 grid. There are no other known Cepheids in this grid section.