NOVA OPHIUCHI 2012 N2

PNV J17395600-2447420


Discovered by John Seach. DSLR 50 mm f/1.0 lens. Magnitude 10.5, the Mar. 19.484, 2012

Coordinates (2000) : R.A. = 17 39 57.00, Decl.= -24 47 07.3



 


March 24.951, 2012 observation

Setup: Celestron 11 telescope (0.28-m diameter) + LISA spectrograph (sampling = 2.1 A/pixel - R = 750 - 35 microns slit) + Atik314L+ CCD camera - Data reduction : ISIS
Observatory: Castanet Tolosan (France)
Observer: Christian Buil
Note: Atmospheric extinction and instrumental response are corrected.

V mag. = nearly 9.5
Exposure: 14 x 300 seconds
Download the spectrum :  
_novaoph2012_2_20120524_951.fit


March 28.994, 2012 observation

Setup: Celestron 11 telescope (0.28-m diameter) + LISA spectrograph (sampling = 2.1 A/pixel - R = 750 - 35 microns slit) + Atik314L+ CCD camera - Data reduction : ISIS
Observatory: Castanet Tolosan (France)
Observer: Christian Buil
Note: Atmospheric extinction and instrumental response are corrected.

V mag. = nearly 13.2
Exposure: 10 x 300 seconds
Download the spectrum :  
_novaoph2012_2_20120528_994.fit

 

See also Terry Bohlsen spectra of the same object: http://users.northnet.com.au/~bohlsen/Nova/novaoph.htm


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