KIC 8462852 Brightness Pattern Repeating Every 1600 days

@article{Gary2017KIC8B,
  title={KIC 8462852 Brightness Pattern Repeating Every 1600 days},
  author={Bruce L. Gary and Rafik Bourne},
  journal={Research Notes of the AAS},
  year={2017},
  volume={1}
}
  • B. GaryR. Bourne
  • Published 11 November 2017
  • Physics, Geology
  • Research Notes of the AAS
Observations of KIC 8462852 (aka Boyajian's Star) reveal a yearlong fade pattern that is remarkably similar to the fade pattern derived from Kepler mission observations. The ground-based observations reported here can be described as a gradual fade that ended in late 2016 with the beginning of a yearlong U-shaped fade of 1.1 percent. Near the end of this U-shaped fade a series of very brief dips occurred. The Kepler data exhibit a similar pattern 1600 days earlier, except with an abrupt end of… 

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Figure 1. KIC8462 g'-magnitude versus date using filled-symbols for dates identified as "out-of-transit" and + or x symbols for dates identified as "dip in progress