V500 Aquilae

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V500 Aquilae or NOVA Aquilae 1943
Observation data
Epoch J2000.0      Equinox J2000.0
Constellation Aquila
Right ascension 19h 52m 27.84s
Declination +08° 28' 46.4"
Apparent magnitude (V) 6.1
Spectral typepec(NOVA)
Other designations
NOVA Aquilae 1943, CSI+08-19501, SV* SON 3542, AAVSO 1947+08, AN 215.1943, GCRV 12221, S 5342 Aql, USNO-A2.0 0975-16891553.

V500 Aquilae or Nova Aquilae 1943 was a nova which appeared in the constellation Aquila in 1943 and reached a brightness of 6.1 mag. Its brightness decreased in 30 days around 3 mag.

Radial velocity (km/s) Redshift Period
-75 ± 20 -0.000250 ± 0.000067 3.485 hours

References[edit]

  • Haefner, R. (1999). "V500 Aql: AN Eclipsing Classical Nova". Information Bulletin on Variable Stars, 4706, 1. 4706: 1. Bibcode:1999IBVS.4706....1H. 
  • M. Della Valle (1991). "Nova LMC 1991: evidence for a super-bright nova population". Astronomy and Astrophysics: L9–L12. Bibcode:1991A&A...252L...9D. 

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