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Nova in Lupis

in Spectroscopy Section Thu Sep 29, 2016 10:03 am
by revandBellman • 5.137 Posts

AAVSO Alert Notice 553

September 27, 2016

Nova Lup 2016 = PNV J15290182-4449409 = ASASSN-16kt

Event: Nova in Lupus

Discovered by: All Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN)
(K. Stanek (Ohio State University) et al., ATel #9538; reported
to CBAT via J. Strader (Michigan State University))

Discovery magnitude: 9.11 V +/- 0.01, using ASAS-SN robotic 14-cm
telescopes

Discovery date: 2016 September 24.010 UT

Coordinates (2000.0): R.A. 15 29 01.82 Dec. -44 49 40.9

Spectra: A spectrum obtained on 2016 September 24.43 UT by T.
Bohlsen (Armidale, NSW, Australia, using a LISA spectrograph on a
C11 SCT R=1500 but very noisy due to passing cloud) shows Halpha
emission, indicating that this object is a nova. His spectrum may
be viewed at:
http://www.astrosurf.com/aras/Aras_DataB...NovaLup2016.htm

Observing recommendations: Observations of all types (visual, CCD,
DSLR, spectroscopy) and all bands as instrumentation permits are
strongly encouraged as this bright nova evolves.

Dr. Laura Chomiuk (Michigan State University) posted to the AAVSO
Novae forum that she is "...working with a collaboration of
observers and theorists to test a recent theoretical prediction of
Ken Shen's---that novae should show fast periodic oscillations in
their optical light curves, if gravity waves help expel the
envelope." She asks if any observer with "...access to a high-speed
photometer (say a photo-multiplier tube)...could observe this
target for an hour or two. Even exposure times as long as 1 second
would be useful, although several exposures per second would be
better." If you have access to a high-speed photometer, please
contact E. Waagen (eowaagen@aavso) for details on reporting these
data.

Observations reported to the AAVSO:
2016 Sep. 20.012 UT, <17.5 V (ASAS-SN, via Strader in CBET 4322);
24.010, 9.11 V +/-0.01 (ASAS-SN, discovery image, via Strader in
CBET 4322);
24.43130, 6.826 V +./0.075 (T. Bohlsen, Armidale, NSW, Australia);
24.7, 6.5: unfiltered CCD (E. Guido, using a 0.32-m f/9
reflector+CCD + f7 focal reducer of iTelescope network (MPC Code
Q62 - Siding spring, Australia, via TOCP page);
24.743, 6.4 (1-m LCOGT telescope at Sutherland, South Africa, via
Strader in CBET 4322);
25.07800, 6.32 (S. Otero, Buenos Aires, Argentina);
25.40280, 5.6 (R. Stubbings, Tetoora Road, Vic, Australia);
25.723, 6.3 (LCOGT, via Strader in CBET 4322);
25.95417, 6.5 (A. Amorim, Florianopolis, Brazil);
25.96700, 6.84 (Otero);
25.98611, 6.8 (G. Ballan, Rosario, Argentina);
26.01667, 6.7 (Amorim);
26.39110, 6.62 CV +/-0.05 (S. O'Connor, St. George, Bermuda);
26.42181, 6.7 (D. Benn, Klemzig, S. Australia);
26.42458, 5.9 R +/-0.1 (W. Clark, Bannister Green, Felsted, Essex, UK);
26.91667, 7.1 (Amorim);
26.96700, 6.92 (Otero);
26.97917, 6.9 (Ballan);
27.49839, 7.2 (Benn);

Charts: Charts for Nova Lup 2016 may be created using the
AAVSO Variable Star Plotter (VSP) at https://www.aavso.org/vsp.
Be sure to include the spaces in the name as shown.

Submit observations: Please submit observations to the AAVSO
International Database using the name NOVA LUP 2016. Be sure
to include spaces in name as shown.


NEQ6 mount, C6 telescope with skywatcher guide scope for moving around with Starlight SXVR H9 main camera and SX auto guider.
Celestron C9.25 and WOZ 72 in dome with atik 460 camera and a Co-star for guiding with alpy for spectroscopy.
MCT5 with SE mount and SXVR MX 916 camera and star analyser for spectroscopy
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