- Sky coverage: south of +28 deg (full since June 2006)
- Coverage rate: once in 1-3 days
- Number of stars observed: approx. 20 million
- Number of measurements per star: approx. 400
- Number of detected variables: approx. 50,000
- Number of new variables: approx. 39,000
- Magnitude range: 8-14 mag
More illustrations can be found here
Discoveries and independent detections
- Supernovae (light curves are extremely affected by host galaxies)
- Dwarf Novae (new)
- Dwarf Novae (outbursts)
(predisc. obs.) = object was not detected by the ASAS Alert System, but prediscovery observations exist.
(predisc. autom. detection) = object was independently detected by the ASAS Alert System before official discovery, but was not verified by human until later.