Sky survey help

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I am trying to find some sky surveys that have longitudinal data of star magnitudes. The passband does not matter. All that matters is that stars has been observed periodically for a decent amount of time (no surveys with only 9-10 observations per catalogue object).
Sadly, the only ones I know of thus far are:
AAVSO catalogue (American Association of Variable Star Observers)
OGLE (Optical Gravitational Lensing Experiment)
TASS (The Amateur Sky Survey)
ASAS (All Sky Automated Survey)
NSVS (Northern Sky Variability Survey)

The other surveys I find tend to image each region of the sky only once per survey phase.

Can anyone recommend any other surveys which have public data access online?

Thank you in advance!
 

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Chronos
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Try vizier.
 

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