Ryoko Ishioka - Kyoto Univ.

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Ryoko Ishioka
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Kyoto Univ.
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Kyoto
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Japan

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Astrophysics (13)
 
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Publications Authored By Ryoko Ishioka

We observed RZ LMi, which is renowned for the extremely (~19d) short supercycle and is a member of a small, unusual class of cataclysmic variables called ER UMa-type dwarf novae, in 2013 and 2016. In 2016, the supercycles of this object substantially lengthened in comparison to the previous measurements to 35, 32, 60d for three consecutive superoutbursts. We consider that the object virtually experienced a transition to the novalike state (permanent superhumper). Read More

How black holes accrete surrounding matter is a fundamental, yet unsolved question in astrophysics. It is generally believed that matter is absorbed into black holes via accretion disks, the state of which depends primarily on the mass-accretion rate. When this rate approaches the critical rate (the Eddington limit), thermal instability is supposed to occur in the inner disc, causing repetitive patterns of large-amplitude X-ray variability (oscillations) on timescales of minutes to hours. Read More

We systematically surveyed period variations of superhumps in SU UMa-type dwarf novae based on newly obtained data and past publications. In many systems, the evolution of superhump period are found to be composed of three distinct stages: early evolutionary stage with a longer superhump period, middle stage with systematically varying periods, final stage with a shorter, stable superhump period. During the middle stage, many systems with superhump periods less than 0. Read More

We report time-resolved CCD photometry of the cataclysmic variable EG Aquarii during the 2006 November outburst During the outburst, superhumps were unambiguously detected with a mean period of 0.078828(6) days, firstly classifying the object as an SU UMa-type dwarf nova. It also turned out that the outburst contained a precursor. Read More

We report time-resolved optical CCD photometry on newly discovered SU UMa-type dwarf novae, FL TrA and CTCV J0549-4921. During the 2006 August outburst, we detected superhumps with a period of 0.59897(11) days for FL TrA, clarifying the SU UMa nature of the system. Read More

We report on the time-resolved CCD photometry of a newly discovered variable star, TSS J022216.4+412259.9 during the outburst in 2005 November-December brightening. Read More

Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are energetic explosions that for 0.01--100 s are the brightest gamma-ray sources in the sky. Observations of the early evolution of afterglows we expected to provide clues about the nature of the bursts, but their rapid fading has hampered such studies; some recent rapid localizations of bursts have improved the situation. Read More

2003Mar

We report optical observations during the first hour of the gamma-ray burst (GRB) afterglow of GRB021004. Our observation revealed the existence of a short plateau phase, in which the afterglow remained at almost constant brightness, before an ordinary rapid fading phase. This plateau phase lasted for about 2 hours from 0. Read More

2002Nov
Affiliations: 1Okayama Univ, 2Kyoto Univ, 3Kyoto Univ, 4Kyoto Univ, 5Bisei Astronomical Observatory
Category: Astrophysics

We present the results of optical photometry of the recurrent nova CI Aql in later phase of the outburst which occurred in 2000. Our observation revealed that the object reached the quiescent level between 2001 December and 2002 April and therefore that CI Aql is a unique recurrent nova characterized by an extremely long (1.4--1. Read More

2002Aug
Affiliations: 1Kyoto University, 2Kyoto University, 3Kyoto University, 4Okayama University of Science
Category: Astrophysics

We report on unprecedented short-term variations detected in the optical flux from the black hole binary system, V4641 Sgr. Amplitudes of the optical fluctuations were larger at longer time scales, and surprisingly reached ~60% around a period of ~10 min. The power spectra of fluctuations are characterized by a power law. Read More

We report the first time-series observations of the short outburst of the proposed intermediate polar HT Cam (=RX J0757.0+6306). On 2001 December 29, we detected the object was undergoing a bright outburst at the magnitude of $m_{vis}=12. Read More

We report on time-series photometric observations in the earliest stages of superoutbursts of the extreme dwarf novae, AL Com and WZ Sge, which started on 2001 May after the 6 years quiescence and on 2001 July after the 23 years quiescence, respectively. We detected growth of ``early superhumps'' during the each rising stage. Our observations reject the mass transfer instability for the trigger of the superoutburst of WZ Sge stars, and show the existence of some relations between the ``early superhumps'' and the spiral structure, which give a hint of the origin of the ``early superhumps. Read More

2001Oct
Affiliations: 1Kyoto U, 2Kyoto U, 3Kyoto U, 4VSNET Collaboration
Category: Astrophysics

From long-term photometry of a VY Scl-type star, V425 Cas, between 1998 and 2000, we discovered a short-term, large-amplitude (up to 1.5 mag) variations. The variation was well represented by a single period of 2. Read More