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nova (new) close to U SCO?

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nova (new) close to U SCO?

Hi.

tonight 30 May 2019 during my monitoring of U Sco, I have seen what seems to be a new star (NOVA?) very close to U Sco, with perhaps as much as 4 to 6, the coordinates that my telescope gives me is AR 16 23 25.8 sgs, Dec -17 32 42 (not confirmed).

Discovery time: 09:46 hrs. 30 05 2019 UT.

Take images and upload them in a few moments.

Can someone confirm this object?

regards

Salvador Aguirre (ASA).

PS: I do not have comparation stars on my U Sco lAAVSO Chart (X24419BDW).

nova (new) close to U SCO?

 

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hola.

esta noche 30 mayo 2019 durante mi monitoreo de U Sco, he visto lo que parece ser una Nova muy cerca de U Sco, con mangitud quiza de entre 4 y 6, las coordenadas que me da mi telescopio es  AR 16 23 25.8 sgs , Dec -17 32 42 ( no confirmada).

hora del descubrimiento : 09:46 hrs. 30 05 2019 UT.

tome imagenes y las subire en unos momentos.

alguien puede confirmar este objeto ?

Saludos

Salvador Aguirre (ASA).

PD: no tengo estrellas de confirmacion en mi carta de U Sco (X24419BDW).

nova ( nueva)  cercana a U SCO?

 

 

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Images of reported Star..

Hi.

I share my images (video and photos) of the reported object.

video youtube:

https://youtu.be/SA4igv3R0QA

Salvador Aguirre (ASA)

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pukemaru
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Ceres

I saw something too, last night 29th, around mag 7.5 and thought it was a very bright nova. But it was Ceres.

Stephen [HSP]
New Zealand

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OK.

Hi Stephen.

Sorry.

Thanks.

 

Salvador (ASA)

 

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Ceres near U SCO

I also imaged the field last night!

Dave Bane (BLD)

South Africa

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Asteroid in Field

FYI,

You can go to the JPL Solar System Dynamics page to determine if there is an asteroid or comit in your image.  A good idea for something new in a constellation along the ecliptic.  I saw Ceres in my image from last night and the night before.

 

https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbfind.cgi?email_list

 

Barbara

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Ceres

Hi Barbara.

I made a mistake and learned something new¡

Thanks for sharing the web link  of the JLP, I did not know it.

I will be more careful in the next.

Best regards

Salvador (ASA)

 

 

 

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