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Special Notice #383: Transient in Scorpius = TCP J17154683-3128303

March 27, 2014: Koichi Nishiyama (Kurume, Japan) and Fujio Kabashima (Miyaki, Japan) report (via the IAU CBAT TOCP page, http://www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu/unconf/tocp.html) their discovery of a transient in Scorpius:
R.A. 17 15 46.83  Dec. -31 28 30.3  (2000.0)
2014 Mar. 26.84867 UT, magnitude 10.1 unfiltered CCD

Alert Notice 318: New Alert Notice publication policy AND Possible nova in Aquila AND New possible CV in Norma AND Request to monitor the CV SDSS 013132 for HST observations AND V2291 Oph eclipse PEP campaign AND TU Cas visual+PEP+CCD campaign

June 10, 2005

SUBJECTS:
1. NEW ALERT NOTICE PUBLICATION POLICY
2. POSSIBLE NOVA IN AQUILA
3. NEW POSSIBLE CATACLYSMIC VARIABLE IN NORMA
4. REQUEST TO MONITOR THE CV SDSS 013132 FOR HST OBSERVATIONS
5. V2291 OPH ECLIPSE PEP CAMPAIGN
6. TU CAS VISUAL + PEP + CCD CAMPAIGN

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1. NEW ALERT NOTICE PUBLICATION POLICY

Special Notice #292: Possible nova in Carina = PNV J09410000-5759540

August 5, 2012: N. J. Brown (Two Rocks, W. Australia) reported a possible nova in Carina to the IAU CBAT with an observation of magnitude 9.5 photographic made on 2012 July 24.68 UT. The object has been placed on the IAU CBAT TOCP page (http://www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu/unconf/tocp.html) and assigned the name PNV J09410000-5759540.

Special Notice #275: Possible Nova in Scutum = PNV J18562170-0852300

April 12, 2012:  Tom Krajci (KTC, Cloudcroft, NM) reports that a possible nova in Scutum has been announced on the IAU CBAT TOCP page (http://www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu/unconf/tocp.html) as PNV J18562170-0852300. It was discovered at unfiltered magnitude 9.7 on 2012 April 12.7954 UT by Y. Sakurai, Japan, on two 10-second exposures using a digital camera + 180-mm f/2.8 lens. Nothing was visible on an image taken 2012 Apr. 9.79 UT.

Aviso Especial de AAVSO #274: Objeto variable en Centaurus = TCP J14250600-5845360

5 de abril de 2012:  John Seach (Chatsworth Island, NSW, Australia) reporta su descubrimiento de un objeto variable en Centaurus en 2012, Abr. 4.765 TU  con magnitud 10.8 (6 imágenes (magnitud límite 11.5) obtenidas con una cámara DSLR con lente de 50-mm f/1.0).

Special Notice #266: Possible Nova in Carina (TCP J10502000-6406480)

3 March 2012:  John Seach, Chatsworth Island, NSW, Australia, reports his discovery of a possible nova in Carina on 2012 February 26.543 UT at magnitude 10.2 on 3 images with digital SLR, 50 mm f/1.0 lens. No object was seen at the location on survey images taken on February 23.424 UT 2012. A possible image of the nova was seen at magnitude 11 (limit of visibility) on an image taken on February 25.733 UT 2012. Seach reports no object was seen on the POSS2 red image, and no variable star, comet, or minor planet was reported at the position.

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