The Historic K s Light Curve of the FUor PGIR20dci

@article{Hodapp2022TheHK,
  title={The Historic K s Light Curve of the FUor PGIR20dci},
  author={Klaus W. Hodapp and Scott E. Dahm and Watson P. Varricatt},
  journal={Research Notes of the AAS},
  year={2022},
  volume={6}
}
We report a historic K s -band light curve spanning over three decades of the FUor PGIR20dci recently discovered by Hillenbrand et al. We find some minor variability of the object prior to the FUor outburst, an initial rather slow rise in brightness, followed in 2019 by a much steeper rise to the maximum. 

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