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Hi, guys,Since several of the stars in our list lie in the same part of the sky, a chart including 4 variables can be made and I think it would be more useful to avoid the need to print so many charts. Also you will get to know the whole sky area at once this way.This first chart I attach includes the two brightest cepheids (I'm not counting Polaris because it only varies 0.03 mag. so its changes are not detectable visually): l Car and bet Dor, and also an eclipsing binary, V Pup, and a mira, R Car, because this red giant can reach mag. 3.9 at maximum.All sequences are given.I didn't include further information inside the chart, maybe we can have that in the tutorial text and leave the charts just for observing. This also gives us more space to make the charts larger and include more variables.The info that people want (and I also think that is important) could be included in another table inside the tutorial body. What do you think?We can still change the style, of course.I attach a gif of the chart nd a Word version with a header and footnote.Best wishes,Sebastian.