We report serendipitous discovery of three new dwarf novae which eruptions in 2010 were observed by the ongoing microlensing survey OGLE-IV.
All three objects are located in the Galactic bulge fields observed with the highest cadence of 20 minutes. In the OGLE-III and OGLE-IV data we revealed a total of 23 outbursts for one of the stars (OGLE-BLG-DN-001).
What makes this object most interesting is the derived superhump period of 2.61 h placing it in the orbital period gap. The superhump period changed during the superoutburst with a very short timescale. For two other objects, for which we observed outburst, the orbital periods of 5.4 h and 9.5 h were measured in the quiescence.
PLEASE cite the following paper when using the data or referring to these OGLE results:
Poleski et al., 2011, Acta Astron., 61, 123 (arXiv:1107.2407)
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