Ar·ge·lan·der's method | \ ˈärgəˌlandərz-, -län-\
Definition of Argelander's method
: a method of visual photometry that determines the magnitude of a star or the extent of changes in brightness of a variable star by comparisons with a sequence of neighboring stars of slightly different magnitudes
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