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New possible faint Nova in Cygnus

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I read this this morning:   PNV J20263897+4337182

 http://www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu/unconf/followups/J20263897+4337182.html

8' from V503 Cyg
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It is located onyl 8' from V503 Cyg (UG). Might be visible on CCD frames of V503 Cyg...

Red object
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The position coincides with the bright red object 2MASS J20263897+4337182 = WISE J202638.97+433718.2 (J = 9.78, J-Ks = 2.53), so probably not a nova.

Patrick

Bright red object? Nothing is
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Bright red object? Nothing is visible on DSS images... :O

http://www.sky-map.org/?ra=20.444369687050944&de=43.62406933687106&zoom=...

Might be a faint mira?

Only one R and one I data in
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Only one R and one I data in USNO B1.0: 17.87R, 14,65I (1972.)
No B data in USNO B1.0.

http://vizier.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/VizieR-5?-info=XML&-out.add=.&-source...

No APASS source in seqplot
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Seqplot doesn't shows any object at the given position. The faintest APASS object in the field is has 16.5V brightness (B-V=1,264) with 2 data, so I can assume the limit of the limit of this APASS field can be around 16.5V. (Unfortunately the PNV lies just outside of the V503 Cyg UNSO-Henden frames :(

It was visible 4 month ago
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 Denis Denisenko wrote in [vsnet-alert 16274]:

This is not a nova, but previously unreported red variable (Mira or
semiregular). It shows large variability on Palomar red plates (R1=17.87 on
1953-06-14 plate, not visible on 1992-08-27 plate). Also, USNO-B1.0 gives
near-IR magnitude I=14.65 from the 1992-06-20 plate.

(...) It was already there 4 months ago on MASTER image:

20130430.773 14.95C MASTER-Amur

 

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