NOVA SAGITTARII 2012 No.5= PNV J18193700-1907400


Discovered by T.Kojima on  July 16.512 UT

PNV J18193700-1907400   2012 07 16.512 *  18 19 37.00 -19 07 40.0  12.6 U             Sgr       3 2


2012 07 18.282UT

BVR color composite image
 

 

VRI color composite image


PNV J18193700-1907400
2012 07 18.28159

Photometry; B=14.34, V=12.71, Rc=11.15, I= 9.96 (Landolt Equatorial Standards). (B-V=1.63, V-R=1.56)
Position end figures; 36s.95, 40".3 (2000.0, USNO-B1.0).
remotely using 0.25-m f/3.4 hyperbolic astrograph + CCD (SBIG ST-10XME) at the RAS Observatory, iTelescope network, near Mayhill, NM, U.S.A.
Position was measured on an image composed from 4-frames which were taken by each 60-seconds exposure under the limiting magnitude = about 16.5.
Nothing is visible at the position on DSS2 (POSS2/UKSTU RED, 1991 Aug.30), limiting mag.= about 19.
Observer T. Yusa, Osaki, Japan.

 


 

2012 07 17.99338UT

 
PNV J18193700-1907400
2012 07 17.99338

V magnitude = 12.7; position RA 18 19 36.94, Decl -19 07 40.2 (2000.0, USNO-B1.0),
remotely using 0.43-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD (SBIG STL-11000M) at the AstroCamp Observatory. Nerpio, Spain (I89).
Position was measured on an image composed from 2-frames which were taken by each 60-seconds exposure under the limiting magnitude = about 16.
Observer T. Yusa, Osaki, Japan.
Nothing is visible at the position on DSS2 (POSS2/UKSTU RED, 1991 Aug.30), limiting mag.= about 19.

DSS2 POSS2/UKSTU RED

 

 


          
 

-
T. Yusa,
Osaki Lifelong Learning Center, Japan
yusastar77@ybb.ne.jp