Nova Sagittarii 2009 N3 (V5583 Sgr)

 


Discovered by K. Nishiyama, Kurume, Fukuoka-ken, Japan; and F. Kabashima, Miyaki-cho, Saga-ken, Japan the Aug. 6..5 2009, by using a 105-mm f/4 at V=7.7. See UAI Circular No. 9061. Position:  R.A. = 18h07m07s.67, Decl. =-33o46'33".9 (equinox 2000.0).

Setup for spectrocopic observation: Celestron 11 telescope (0.28-m diameter) + LISA spectrograph (50 m optical fiber version) + QSI532 CCD camera (6.8 microns pixel).
The mean inverse dispersion of spectra is 2.1 A / pixel. The resolution power is R = 620.
Observatory: Castanet-Tolosan (France)
Observer: Christian Buil


August 10.870, 2009 observation

JD = 2455054.370  -  V mag. = 8.8
Exposure: 7 x 600 sec.
Measured FWHM = 3300 km/s. Measured FWZI = 6600 km/s
Download _v5583sgr_20090810_870.dat



August 11.868, 2009 observation

JD = 2455055.368  -  V mag. = 8.9
Exposure: 8 x 300 sec.
Red order filter added for capture some IR
Download _v5583sgr_20090811_868.dat



 August 12.881, 2009 observation

JD = 2455056.381  -  V mag. = 9.1
Exposure: 9 x 300 sec.
Download _v5583sgr_20090812_881.dat


August 13.858, 2009 observation

JD = 2455057.358  -  V mag. = 9.2
Exposure: 9 x 600 sec.
Measured FWHM = 3360 km/s. Measured FWZI = 7100 km/s
Download _v5583sgr_20090813_858.dat



 Time evolution


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