[vsnet-alert 21714] Re: PNV J06501960+3002449: new transient (12.6 mag) in Gemini
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Mon Dec 18 08:29:57 JST 2017
PNV J06501960+3002449 as clearly visible on my prediscovery DSLR images
made at 2017. dec. 17.102UT.
Visual estimates from the DSLR image sugges that PNV J06501960+3002449 was
already in outburst near 13.0TG. Proper photometry will be done later.
2017-12-17 22:02 GMT+01:00 Patrick Schmeer pasc1312-aavso at yahoo.de via
vsnet-alert <vsnet-alert at ooruri.kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp>:
> PNV J06501960+3002449 (UG:)
> RA 06h50m19.60s, DEC +30°02'44.9" (J2000.0)
> 2017 Dec. 17.5453 UT, 12.6 mag (CCD, unfiltered)
> Discoverer: Shizuo Kaneko (Kakegawa, Shizuoka-ken, Japan)
> "2017 12 17.545 UT
> Discovered by S. Kaneko, Shizuoka-ken, Japan, with on
> 13-s exposure on four frames using Canon 6D digital
> camera + f/3.2 200-mm lens under the limiting mag =
> 15.7, who writes that nothing is visible at this
> location on two frames taken on December 11 and 12 UT.
> There is a faint star (mag.= 17.5) at end figures
> 19s.55, 42".8 on USNO-A2 catalog."
> Follow-up reports:
> Time-resolved photometry, precise astrometry, and
> spectroscopy are urgently required.
> Clear skies,
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