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Name
  N Sct 2018  
AAVSO UID
000-BMR-918 (2189 observations)  
Constellation
Scutum Sequence
J2000.0
18 29 22.93 -14 30 44.2  (277.34554 -14.51228) Search nearby
B1950.0 18 26 32.02 -14 32 46.2
Galactic coord. 17.531 -1.804
Other names

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Nova Sct 2018 Nova Scuti 2018 PSO J182922.940-143044.155
TCP J18292290-1430460    
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Variability type
N
Spectral type --
Mag. range
10.4 V - 20.3: i
Discoverer Yukio Sakurai
Epoch
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Outburst 2018
Period --
Rise/eclipse dur. --
Remarks
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1 Schmeer, Patrick Galactic classical Fe II-type nova. "The overall appearance of the spectrum is of strong, overlapping absorption features with few prominent emission lines (aside from Halpha) and high interstellar extinction; the spectrum is typical of a classical nova in the optically thick (Fe-curtain) stage." (ATel #11802).
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References
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1 O. Garde; U. Sollecchia, 2018, ATel #11802 2018ATel11802....1G
2 CBAT "Transient Object Followup Reports" --
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2 Schmeer, Patrick 2018-07-01 05:16 UTC Primary name and type from 2018ATel11802....1G. Remark added.
1 Schmeer, Patrick 2018-06-30 16:24 UTC Position and minimim magnitude from Pan-STARRS1.