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Alert Notice 273: 1828-14 Nova Scuti 2000 AND 2138+43 SS Cygni being observed with RXTE for three months

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 273 (March 20, 2000)

1828-14 NOVA SCUTI 2000

Alert Notice 261: 1903+12 Nova Aquilae 1999 [V1493 Aql]

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 261 (July 15, 1999)

1903+12  NOVA AQUILAE 1999

Alert Notice 291: 1348-63 Nova Centauri 2001 - possible nova in Centaurus [V1039 Cen]

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 291 (October 3, 2001)

1348-63  NOVA CENTAURI 2001 - POSSIBLE NOVA IN CENTAURUS

Nova Oph 2002 [V2540 Oph]

V2540 Oph

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Alert Notice 334: Possible New Nova/Dwarf Nova in Hya

January 28, 2006

SUBJECT: Possible New Nova/Dwarf Nova in Hya

Grzegorz Pojmanski, Warsaw University Astronomical Observatory, reports on a possible new nova or dwarf nova discovered by the ASAS3V instrument. The previously unobserved object was first detected by ASAS3V at RA = 10h 25m 22s DEC = -15d 42'.4 (assumed J2000) on Jan 26.245 UT at magnitude 12.219 in V.

Alert Notice 352: V390 Nor = Nova Normae 2007

June 20, 2007

SUBJECT: 1625-44 V390 NOR = NOVA NORMAE 2007

Event: Nova in Norma

Discovered By: William Liller, Vina del Mar, Chile

Discovery Magnitude: approximately 9.4 on two Technical Pan films taken with an orange filter and an 85-mm camera lens

Discovery Date: June 15.086 UT

Alert Notice 356: Request to monitor PQ Andromedae for HST Observations

August 24, 2007: Dr. Paula Szkody (University of Washington) has requested our help in monitoring the nova PQ Andromedae for upcoming Hubble Space Telescope observations. The HST observations are scheduled to be made during the week of 2007 September 10-16 UT. Dr. Szkody requests monitoring of this object during the two weeks prior to the observing window, and intensive monitoring during the 24-48 hour period during which observations will be made.

PQ Andromedae (0223+39) is at R.A. 02:29:29.61 , Dec +40:02:40.0

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