|Proposer||(6157) Andrew Cason (firstname.lastname@example.org) obscode: CNY|
|Assigned To||(3663) Dirk Terrell|
|Date Submitted||Aug. 29, 2013|
Classical Nova ,V841 Oph has had two observations this week significantly fainter than any in it's approx 150 year history since explosion. These observations were made by two different observers. I propose to get at a minimum of one night of 4 V Johnson images 300 seconds exposure each, to acquire more data on this target. I don't know if this star is getting coverage now or not. I find no evidence for coverage. The W30 instrument would be a good choice , I believe. Observations should be made soon due to recent observed dramatic change in brightness of this star.
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This object should also most likely be removed from the Queue as the strange variability was already verified.
Comments on this proposal are closed.