A Spectroscopic and Photometric Survey of Novae in M31

@article{Shafter2011ASA,
  title={A Spectroscopic and Photometric Survey of Novae in M31},
  author={A. Shafter and M. Darnley and K. Hornoch and A. Filippenko and M. Bode and R. Ciardullo and K. Misselt and R. Hounsell and R. Chornock and T. Matheson},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={734},
  pages={12}
}
We report the results of a multi-year spectroscopic and photometric survey of novae in M31 that resulted in a total of 53 spectra of 48 individual nova candidates. Two of these, M31N 1995-11e and M31N 2007-11g, were revealed to be long-period Mira variables, not novae. These data double the number of spectra extant for novae in M31 through the end of 2009 and bring to 91 the number of M31 novae with known spectroscopic classifications. We find that 75 novae (82%) are confirmed or likely members… Expand
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