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PNV J17292916+0054043: Possible Nova (12.1 mag) in Ophiuchus

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PNV J17292916+0054043: Possible Nova in Ophiuchus

R.A. 17h29m29.16s  Decl. +00°54'04.3"  (J2000.0)
2014 May 22.778 UT, 12.1 mag (CCD, unfiltered)

"Discovered by H. Nishimura, Shizuoka-ken, Japan, who confirmed this star on four frames taken May 22.778 UT using 200-mm f/3.2 lens + a digital camera, also who writes nothing is visible at this location on a frame taken on May 21.578 UT using same patrol camera."

http://www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu/unconf/followups/J17292916+0054043.html

 

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Any plans to put a sequence together for PNV J17292916+0054043? I have V band images and can continue to follow if I have a sequence.

Thanks -- Brian

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Brian,

Tom Bretl selected and loaded a new sequence for this object at 13:20UT Monday, 26 May, 2014. Enjoy.

Mike Simonsen
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Possible nova is a cataclysmic variable
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Hi,

 

accroding to VSNET 17327 this new star is acataclysmic variable in outburst. I have observed it last nigth and am presently analysing the data.

 

PNV J17292916+0054043: likely new WZ Sge-type dwarf nova

   Maeda-san has reported photometric observations.
The data showed modulations resembling early superhumps.
According to Ayani-san, this object has been spectroscopically
confirmed to be a dwarf nova.  He II was also in emission,
which is sometimes seen in WZ Sge-type dwarf novae
in the early stage.  Further observations are highly requested.

Regards,

Josch (HMB)

Sequence for PNV J17292916+0054043
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Thanks Mike, I will head to VPhot now to analyze my images from this weekend!  Brian

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