By Hilmar W. Duerbeck
4. Census of comprises details on 277 items. 137 (50%) of them are stars whose outburst spectra or unambiguous minimal features classify them as novae past doubt. 123 of them may be pointed out at minimal. seventy eight (28 percent) are stars with amplitudes and lightweight curve kinds which makes nova classifi cation most likely. 60 of them can be pointed out at minimal. therefore, seventy eight % ofthe items during this catalogue are proven and suspected classical novae. sixteen (6%) have homes suitable with either novae and comparable items. 15 are pointed out at minimal. moreover, and atlas includes information on 12 (4 percent) dwarf novae of lengthy cycle size or suspected dwarf novae for which just one outburst has been saw. Examples are WZ Sge and CI Gern. 6 (2%) recurrent novae or suspected recurrent novae are indexed. Examples are T CrB and AS Psc. 6 (2%) X-ray novae are indexed. Examples are V616 Mon and KY TrA. 6 (2%) symbiotic stars and symbiotic novae are indexed. Examples are RT Ser and V352 Aql. eleven (4 percent) Mira stars or suspected Mira stars, which at a while have been believed to be novae, are indexed. Examples are V607 Aql and V927 Sgr.
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MacConnell, E. Prato and C. Bricefio on objective prism plates taken with the Curtis Schmidt telescope, Cerro Tololo, 1973 April 23 and 25. The spectrum shows the diffuse enhanced stage of the nova (IBVS 1476 (1978». 061 LCT: ? (ESO QB survey; decline) (SRC) (D. J. MacConnell, E. Prato, C. ) t3 : ? D. J. MacConnell, E. Prato, C. Bricefio, IBVS 1476 (1978). D. J. MacConnell, E. Prato, C. Bricefio, IBVS 1476 (1978). from ESO Schmidt plate QB 173, taken 1974 February 25. nova, poorly known. XND V822 Cen (Cen X-4) Optical counterpart ofthe recurrent X-ray transient source Cen X-4 (C.
629075 d (S. A. Ilovasiky, C. Chevalier, M. van der Klis, J. van Paradijs, H. Pedersen,IAUCire4264 (1986». Identification: from the finding chart of C. R. Canizares et al. Classification: X-ray nova. Light curve: N Cen 1986 No. 1 ZAND (Liller's novalike object in Cen) Discovered by W. '9. Maximum was reached around 1986 January 13 (lAU Cire 4180). 798 (SRC) (W. ) LCT: ? R. H. McNaught, G. Dawes, IBVS 2927 (1986). W. Liller, lAU Cire 4180 (1986); R. H. McNaught, G. Dawes, IBVS 2927 (1986). H. W.
The nova remained at 3m until November 27 (AN 89 (1876) 9). 552 LCT:A (A. Sh. ) t 3 : 11 d M. Humason (1938); A. Sh. Khatisov (1971). J. Schmidt, AN 89 (1877) 41; N. Lockyer, Phil Trans 182A (1891) 397; G. Cecchini, L. Gratton (1941) 36; C. Payne-Gaposchkin (1957) 9; S. Yu. Shugarov, PZv 21 (1983) 807 - minimum light. J. N. Lockyer, Phil Trans 182A (1891) 397; H. Vogel, K. Lohse, MB PrA W (1877) 241, 826, MB PrA W (1878) 302; A. Cornu, eR 83 (1877) 1098, 1172; A. Secchi, eR 84 (1877) 296; P. Backhouse, MN 39 (1879) 34.
A Reference Catalogue and Atlas of Galactic Novae by Hilmar W. Duerbeck