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ASASSN16-ma V=~ 5.9

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CTX
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ASASSN16-ma V=~ 5.9

Posting This For Sebastian

SInce this nova [ASASSN-16ma] brightened to V= 5.9 and charts were overcrowded with
comparison stars, I added the BINO_COMP comment to some of them to select
them.

I am unable to log in to the site so I can't post to the nova forum.

Can you do it for and recommend this chart (X16923Q) to observe the nova
now?

https://www.aavso.org/apps/vsp/chart/?fov=600.0&scale=AB☆=ASASSN-16ma&orientation=visual&maglimit=7.9&resolution=150&binoc=on&north=down&east=right&type=chart&special=binoc

It has the Binocular chart option marked, a limiting magnitude of 7.9 and a
field of view of 600 arc minutes.

Cheers,
Sebastian

kojimukai
Fermi/LAT detection

It's now a bright gamma-ray transient, too: http://www.astronomerstelegram.org/?read=9736

I know it's inconveniently placed on the sky, but any and all optical observations are welcome.

pukemaru
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ASASSN-16ma

I recorded it tonight (Nov 9.34583) mag 6.0 (bright moonlight). It was about 30° above the horizon.

Deconinck Michel
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I agree, yesterday night 5.8

I agree, yesterday night 5.8 to 5.9 with map X16889AU and the use of Tycho2.  Thank you for your map advice.

Michel

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