Study of three 2013 novae: V1830 Aql, V556 Ser and V809 Cep

  title={Study of three 2013 novae: V1830 Aql, V556 Ser and V809 Cep},
  author={U. Munari and Paolo Ochner and Sergio Dallaporta and Paolo Valisa and Mauro Graziani and G. L. Righetti and G. Cherini and F. Castellani and G. Cetrulo and A. Englaro},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
BV RCIC photometry and low-, medium- and high-resolution Echelle fluxed spec- troscopy is presented and discussed for three faint, heavily reddened novae of the FeII-type which erupted in 2013. V1830 Nova Aql 2013 reached a peak V =15.2 mag on 2013 Oct 30.3 UT and suffered from a huge EB V �2.6 mag reddening. After a rapid decline, when the nova wasV =1.7 mag below maximum, it entered a flat plateau where it remained for a month until Solar conjunction prevented further ob- servations. Similar… Expand
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