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ASAS023322

Special Notice #2: Possible New Nova/Dwarf Nova in Cet

January 21, 2006: Bogumil Pilecki, Warsaw University Astronomical Observatory, reports on a possible new nova or dwarf nova discovered by the ASAS3V instrument. The previously unobserved object was first detected by ASAS3V at RA = 02h 33m 22s DEC = -10d 47'.0 (assumed J2000) on Jan 20.121 UT at magnitude 12.08 in V.
 
The new object has been confirmed by the following AAVSO CCD observations:
Jan 21.779 12.58 Err: 0.02 V David Boyd England
Jan 21.9136 13.18 Err: N/A Clear? Diego Rodriguez Spain

Alert Notice 333: Possible New Dwarf Nova in Cet (ASAS023322)

January 21, 2006

SUBJECT: Possible New Dwarf Nova in Cet (ASAS023322)

Bogumil Pilecki, Warsaw University Astronomical Observatory, reports on a possible new nova or dwarf nova discovered by the ASAS3V instrument. Coordinates by David Boyd (BDG) using UCAC2 as reference are:

RA: 02:33:21.398 +/- 0.07 Decl.: -10:47:04.55 +/- 0.07 (J2000)

The previously unobserved object was first detected by ASAS3V on Jan 20.121 UT at magnitude 12.08 in V.

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