For this weeks lightcurve we revisit an old friend, the young star V2492Cyg near the Pelican nebula – we show the I and V data only. We have looked at it in the past and even wrote an ATEL about it in March 2017, when it reached it brightest state of about 11.7mag in the I-band. It has since become fainter and completely disappeared below the typical HOYS detection limit (I=18mag) even in the I-band for 300 days. It seems that at least for now, the object slowly is becoming brighter and we can ‘see’ it now at I=16.9mag – an increase of about one magnitude over the past two weeks. We will see if it keeps brightening so we are able to detect it in the other filters as well.

https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017ATel10259….1F/abstract