Discovery of a double eclipsing binary with periods near a 3:2 ratio Cagas, P. & Pejcha, O. 2012, A&A, 544, L3

CzeV283 and CzeV397 - new RR Lyrae stars showing Blazhko effect Skarka, M.; Cagas, P.; 2013, IBVS, 6068

Discovery of an SU UMa-type eclipsing cataclysmic variable star inside the CV "period gap" Cagas, Pavel; Cagas, Petr; 2014, IBVS, 6097

First frequency analysis for three new members of the group of eclipsing binaries with a pulsating component Alexios Liakos, Pavel Cagas, 2014, Ap&SS, 10.1007/s10509-014-2042-4
The arxiv preprint is available at http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.6946

ATel #8430: Discovery of an Apparent Nova in M31 Located Near Globular Cluster Bol 124

CzeV293 and CzeV581 - Two new high-amplitude double-mode delta Scuti stars Skarka M., Cagas P., 2016, New Astronomy, Volume 46, p. 85-89

CzeV - The Czech Variable Star Catalogue Skarka, M., Mašek, M., Brát, L., Cagas, P., et al. 2017, OEJV, 185, 1

Discovery of the Blazhko effect in V1065 Aql, CzeV980, FI Sge, and CzeV1242 Skarka, M.; Cagas, P.; 2017, IBVS, 6229

The first study of 54 new eccentric eclipsing binaries in our Galaxy P. Zasche, M. Wolf, R. Uhlar, P. Cagas, J. Jurysek, M. Masek, K. Honkova, H. Kucakova, M. Lehky, L. Kotkova, G.J. White, D. Bewsher, M. Tylsar, M. Jelinek, A. Paschke, 2018, A&A, 619, A85

Discovery of a New Possible Quadruple Star Consisting of Two Eclipsing Binaries with Periods Close to a 3:2 Ratio Pavel Cagaš 2019 Res. Notes AAS 3 80

Doubly eclipsing systems Zasche, P.; Vokrouhlický, D.; Wolf, M.; Kučáková, H.; Kára, J.; Uhlař, R.; Mašek, M.; Henzl, Z.; Cagaš, P., 2019, A&A, 630, A128

Light-time effect detected in fourteen eclipsing binaries Zasche, P.; Uhlař, R.; Svoboda, P.; Cagaš, P.; Mašek, M., 2020, A&A, 643, A130


(observations performed with 0.26m Newtonian telescope of Zlin observatory)

Apparent Novae in M81 2007CBET..924....1H

Nova in M81 2007CBET..938....1H

Nova in M31: M31N 2009-11e 2009CBET.2061....3C

Variable stars discovered at BSO:

Stars are grouped according to individual observing fields. Click the respective field link below to see all observed stars.