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Alert Notice 282: 1902+11 Nova Aquilae 2001 (= TAV J1907+117) AND 2248-14 IL Aquarii = Gliese 876 - Note [V1548 Aql]

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 282 (May 18, 2001)

1902+11 NOVA AQUILAE 2001 (= TAV J1907+117)

AAVSO Alert Notice 311: 0505-68 YY Dor - Possible recurrent nova AND 2247-14 IL Aqr - Exoplanet transit campaign

October 21, 2004

SUBJECTS:

1. 0505-68 YY DOR - POSSIBLE RECURRENT NOVA
2. 2247-14 IL AQR - EXOPLANET TRANSIT CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY

1. 0505-68 YY DOR - POSSIBLE RECURRENT NOVA

Event: Possible recurrent nova (currently classified in GCVS as NA, Nova 1937)

Discovered By: William Liller, Vina del Mar, Chile

Discovery Magnitude: 11.0 V

IL Aqr/GJ 876 Campaign

October 1, 2004: IL Aqr, known as GJ 876 in the exoplanet transit community, has two planets orbiting it. On October 21, 2004, the AAVSO will be conducting a ten-hour observing campaign to detect the largest of these planets, GJ 876b.

Last updated: Wed Oct 27 13:36:50 EDT 2004

CCD Views #326: Special Edition on IL Aqr/GJ 867 Campaign


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