recurrent nova

Special Notice #380: Reported outburst of the recurrent nova V0745 Sco

February 6, 2014: Rod Stubbings (observer code SRX; Tetoora Road, Victoria, Australia) reports an outburst of the recurrent nova V0745 Sco (aka Nova Sco 1937). Stubbings reports the nova at a visual magnitude of 9.0 on 2014 February 6.694 UT (JD 2456695.194). He previously observed the field on 2014 February 5.696 and found the star fainter than 13.0, indicating that this outburst began within the past 24 hours.

Alert Notice 205: Outburst of 0749+22 U Geminorum AND 1900-01 Nova Aquilae 1995 AND Request to monitor 1544+28a R Coronae Borealis AND Monitoring of 0900-31 T Pyxidis AND Monitoring of the old nova 0324+43 GK Persei [V1425 Aql]

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 205 (April 4,1995)

OUTBURST OF 0749+22 U GEMINORUM

The dwarf nova-type cataclysmic variable U Geminorum is in outburst, as indicated by the following
observations:

Alert Notice 211: AAVSO on World Wide Web AND 1958+56 V1028 Cygni in outburst AND Brightening of 1601+67 AG Draconis AND 0409-71 VW Hydri observed with EUVE AND Reminders - GK Persei and T Pyxidis

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 211 (August 1, 1995)

AAVSO ON WORLD WIDE WEB

We are proud to announce that the AAVSO now has a home page available on the World
Wide Web (WWW). The address of our home page on the WWW is:

    http://www.aavso.org

Alert Notice 276: 1903-57 Supernova 2000cj in NGC 6753 in Pavo AND 1846-01D Probable nova in Aquila = 1846-01 CI Aquilae

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AAVSO ALERT NOTICE 276 (May 18, 2000)

1903-57  SUPERNOVA 2000cj IN NGC 6753 IN PAVO

AAVSO Alert Notice 311: 0505-68 YY Dor - Possible recurrent nova AND 2247-14 IL Aqr - Exoplanet transit campaign

October 21, 2004

SUBJECTS:

1. 0505-68 YY DOR - POSSIBLE RECURRENT NOVA
2. 2247-14 IL AQR - EXOPLANET TRANSIT CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY

1. 0505-68 YY DOR - POSSIBLE RECURRENT NOVA

Event: Possible recurrent nova (currently classified in GCVS as NA, Nova 1937)

Discovered By: William Liller, Vina del Mar, Chile

Discovery Magnitude: 11.0 V

Alert Notice 340: Request to monitor 1744-06 RS Ophiuchi for multiwavelength campaign AND Correction

September 1, 2006

 

ALERT NOTICE 340 Correction  (September 1, 2006)

Re: REQUEST TO MONITOR 1744-06 RS OPHIUCHI FOR MULTIWAVELENGTH CAMPAIGN

Object: 1744-06 RS OPH

Coordinates: R.A. 17h 50m 13.202s Dec. -06o 42' 28.48" (2000.0)