NOVA SAGITTARII 2003 No. 2 (V5113 Sgr)

Discovered by N. J. Brown (T-Max 400 film exposed with a 135-mm f/2 camera on Sept. 17.52 UT). See IAU Circular 8204.
Localization of the nova (2000.0): RA = 18h10m10.42s - DEC = -2745'35.2"


Sept. 20.827 UT 2003 Observation (estimated V magnitude: 9.8)

Observatory: Castanet Tolosan (France) - IAU959
Observer: Christian Buil
Instrument: Takahashi FS-128 refractor (5-inch aperture) -
MERIS spectrograph (sampling of 2.87 A/pixel) + Audine KAF-0401E CCD
Cumulative exposure time of 74 minutes (37 x 2 minutes)

 
Download ASCII spectra (200903.DAT)

Note: the spectra is corrected for the instrumental spectral response. Atmospheric absorption corrected (model).


Sept. 25.807 UT 2003 Observation (estimated V magnitude: 9.0)

Observatory: Castanet Tolosan (France) - IAU959
Observer: Christian Buil
Instrument: Takahashi FS-128 refractor (5-inch aperture) -
MERIS spectrograph (sampling of 2.87 A/pixel) + Audine KAF-0401E CCD
Cumulative exposure time of 64 minutes (32 x 2 minutes)



 250903.DAT

Note: the spectra is corrected for the instrumental spectral response. Atmospheric absorption corrected (model).


See also Fujii-san spectra of V5113 Sgr for the date Sept. 21.46 UT.