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adolfodarriba@
observatoriolascasqueras.es




Castellano Ingles
Adolfo Darriba
M1 Group

I was dedicated to the search and study of supernovas since 1991.
Also to AGNs (Active Galactic Nucleus) of long period, such as Blazar, Galaxy Seyfert and Quasar,
I am a member and collaborator of the following international organizations.


AAVSO American Association of Variable Star Observers
VSNET Department of Astronomy, Kyushu University, Japan
MISAO PROJECT MISAO Project, Japan
LIADA La Liga Iberoamericana de Astronomía
CAA Centro Astronómico de Avila
ObSN Observadores de Supernovas


Sometimes I publish articles in the section "Distant Sparkles"
in the magazine "Tribune of Astronomy and Universe"


And monitor in the public observations in the museum
of the science of CosmoCaixa in Alcobendas (Madrid)


Cataclysmic variable
Representation of a cataclysmic variable
Courtesy the NASA





Artículos publicados

arxiv.org/abs/1503.07992 Faint-state transitions in the SW Sextantis nova-like variable, HS 0455+8315
arxiv.org/abs/1803.03964v1 Multiband optical flux and polarization variability of the blazar OJ 287 during 2016 - 2017
arxiv.org/abs/1803.10213 The ever-surprising blazar OJ 287: multi-wavelength study and appearance of a new component in X-rays
arxiv.org/abs/1803.03964v2 Characterizing optical variability of OJ 287 in 2016 - 2017
arxiv.org/abs/1901.10731 Optical Variability of TeV Blazars on long time-scales
Blazar S5 1803+78 Special Notice #407: Blazar S5 1803+78 active
Blazar 3C 279 Alert Notice 611: Flaring of Blazar 3C 279