Muos 1 r obs, and oh what star are you

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Aug 15 2013 - 11:15:27 UTC

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    38094 12 009B   1775 G 20130815061908103 15 25 2206324+022142 37 S
    38094 12 009B   1775 G 20130815062443267 15 25 2226067+021970 37 S
    38094 12 009B   1775 G 20130815064139939 15 25 2312704+014668 37 S
    While following the above object, I came across a star feild, that appears to have a star that's appear's brighter, then 2 nearby stars, From what I see so far see, there's no star shown in guide 8, as being the cause. When I look at the data, the stars in the area, are all said to be fainter, then what I observe of the star.
     
    Now to try fiqure out, what the cause is, ie varible star.
     
    Short video of it
     
    http://www.astrobrock.com/misc/unidstar.mpg
     
    Area of sky
     
    23 h 35 m R.A
    +1 deg 24 min Dec
     
    Kevin
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