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  V1017 Sgr  
000-BCC-576 (8009 observations)  
Sagittarius Sequence
18 32 04.47 -29 23 12.6  (278.01862 -29.38683) Search nearby
B1950.0 18 28 53.28 -29 25 23.8
Proper motion
RA: 36.7 +/- 3.6 mas/yDec: -34.4 +/- 3.6 mas/ySource: UCAC4
Galactic coord. 4.491 -9.109
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2E 1828.9-2925 2E 4084 2MASS J18320447-2923125
AAVSO 1825-29 CMC15 J183204.4-292312 DENIS J183204.4-292312
Downes V1017 Sgr GALEX J183204.6-292311 GSC2.3 S9VC026532
HV 3519 N Sgr 1919 Nova Sgr 1919
UCAC4 304-232890 VVV J183204.48-292312.68  
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Variability type
Spectral type G5IIIep
Mag. range
6.4 - 15.1 B
Discoverer Ida Elizabeth Woods
Outburst 1919
Period 5.78629 d
Rise/eclipse dur. --
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1 Schmeer, Patrick Gaia DR2 parallax 0.7892 0.0437 mas (distance 1.27 0.07 kpc). Component A (CD-29 15053): optical companion, Vmag. 10.15, Gaia DR2 parallax 1.0073 0.0710 mas (distance 0.99 0.07 kpc).
2 Otero, Sebastian Alberto Hybrid like GK Per.
3 GCVS Team VB B (A 10.6m V; B 15", 270deg). For a long time the star was considered to be a recurrent nova. Three considerable flares were observed: in 1901 (10.8m), 1919 (6.2m), and 1973 (10.5m). Composite spectrum with a trace of a hot component [R.P.Kraft, ApJ 139, 457, 1964.].
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1 Salazar, I. V.; LeBleu, A.; Schaefer, B. E.; et. al., 2017, Accurate pre-
and post-eruption orbital periods for the dwarf/classical nova V1017 Sgr
2 Comprehensive Photometric Histories of All Known Galactic Recurrent Novae 2010ApJS..187..275S
3 R.A. Downes et al., 2001, PASP 113, 764 (2006 archival version) 2005JAD....11....2D
4 R.A. Downes et al., 2001, PASP 113, 764 2001PASP..113..764D
5 K. Sekiguchi, 1992, Nature 358, 563 1992Natur.358..563S
6 N.V.Vidal, A.W.Rodgers, PASP 86, 26, 1974. 1974PASP...86...26V
7 J.A.Mattei, JRAS Can 68, 221, 1974. 1974JRASC..68..221M
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2MASS J = 11.45H = 10.85K = 10.67J - K = 0.77
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6 Schmeer, Patrick 2018-04-30 19:24 UTC Magnitude range and orbital period from 2017MNRAS.469.4116V. Remark and discoverer's given names added.
5 Otero, Sebastian Alberto 2011-11-01 20:02 UTC Type from 2010ApJS..187..275S.
4 Admin, VSX 2010-01-04 23:43 UTC Position updated from the GCVS version of November 2009.
3 Admin, VSX 2009-08-27 19:36 UTC Update from [1992Natur.358..563S].
2 Admin, VSX 2007-03-23 15:52 UTC Discoverer added.
1 Admin, VSX 2005-12-17 20:33 UTC Initial database population.