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(IAAC) POSSIBLE mag. 8 nova in Aquilla!



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Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 20:26:05 +0200 (CEST)
From: Marco Langbroek <marcolan@stad.dsl.nl>
To: Tim Cooper <tpcoope@mweb.co.za>,
        Robert Lunsford <lunro.imo.usa@prodigy.com>,
        George Zay <GeoZay@aol.com>, dedalus@latrade.com
Cc: Alastair McBeath <mcbal.gwyvre@virgin.net>
Subject: New bright nova in Aquila !! (fwd)
Hello,
Just received via the Belgian mailing network, thanks to Marc Biesmans; 
mag. +8.8 nova just discovered in Aquila.
- - Marco
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 22:41:02 +0900
To: vsnet-alert@kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp
From: Akimasa Nakamura <a-nakamu@mx2.nisiq.net>
Subject: [vsnet-alert 3224] possible nova in Aql
Dear vsnet members,
Akira Tago (Tsuyama, Japan) discovered a possible nova on two films
obtained at July 13.558 and 13.560 UT:
R.A.  19h07m40s  Decl. +12 32'15" (J2000)  mag 8.8
The photographs were taken by himself using a 55mm (f/3) lens and
T-max 400 film (unfiltered).  He also notes that no star is visible
at the position on the films taken on July 5 (limiting mag. is 11),
and July 9 (10.5).
Taichi Kato (Kyoto Univ.) points out there is no known variable star
nor IRAS source, which is likely to reach 8th mag., at the position.
I (Nakamura) have just observed this object, and confirmed its existence.
The following position was obtained from two CCD frames taken with a 60cm
(f/5.8) Ritchey-Chretien telescope at the Kuma Kogen Astronomical Observatory:
July 14.513UT
19h07m36.90s  +12 31'26.2"  (J2000)
Could someone take a spectrum of this object?
Best regards,
Akimasa Nakamura
Kuma Kogen Astronomical Observatory
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Akimasa Nakamura           a-nakamu@mx2.nisiq.net
P.O.Box 9, Kuma Post Office, Ehime 791-1201 JAPAN
phone +81-892-21-3301         fax +81-892-41-0822
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Dear vsnet members,
I have just sent a following report to CBAT.
Congraturations, Mr. Tago!
K. Ayani and T. Kawabata at Bisei Astronomical Observatory (BAO),
Okayama, Japan, obtained a low resolution spectrum (470-680nm) of the
possible nova, which was discovered by A. Tago, on July 14.6 UT with
BAO 1.01-m telescope.  Strong, broad H-alpha and H-beta lines are
visible.  The H-alpha line has a FWHM of about 3400 km/s and a
equivalent width of about 50 nm.
Best regards,
Kazuya Ayani
Bisei Astronomical Observatory
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