Monitoring a Star Explosion

Night Sky News Fall 2013

The constellation Delphinus the Dolphin 聽which is visible in the late Summer and early Fall is the area in the sky where a star went into a nova type explosion.

The event was first detected by an amateur astronomer. 聽We were able to pick up the spectra showing the site of the explosion 1 month after the event.

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Here is the spectra 1 month after the explosion. The bright emission line is characteristic of gas exploding away from the star in all directions

 

 

 

Here we compare the known (calibrated) P Cygni with the TBD Nova Delphinus

Here we compare the known (calibrated) P Cygni with the TBD Nova Delphinus

Identification of FE, Halpha,

Identification of FE, Halpha,

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