KK Tel: definite SU UMa-type dwarf nova
with a long superhump period!
We have just conducted a new set of observations.
The light curve still clearly showed superhumps on June 22.
The mean superhump period using all observations is 0.08804 d, but
the observations are no longer expressed by a single period.
A very preliminary estimate of the period change is an order of -3x10^(-4).
This large negative superhump Pdot is again unprecedented in usual
SU UMa-type dwarf novae. There also may be a possibility that this period
change is a result of the early evolution of the superhumps. Together
with the possible presence of the beat phenomenon, the object clearly
deserves further intensive observations!
S.S.O Light curve 2002 06 22
Time serie Observations interrupted due to bad weather