THE UBV COLOR EVOLUTION OF CLASSICAL NOVAE. II. COLOR–MAGNITUDE DIAGRAM

@article{Hachisu2016THEUC,
  title={THE UBV COLOR EVOLUTION OF CLASSICAL NOVAE. II. COLOR–MAGNITUDE DIAGRAM},
  author={Izumi Hachisu and Mariko Kato},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2016},
  volume={223}
}
  • I. HachisuM. Kato
  • Published 3 February 2016
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series
We have examined the outburst tracks of 40 novae in the color–magnitude diagram (intrinsic B − V color versus absolute V magnitude). After reaching the optical maximum, each nova generally evolves toward blue from the upper right to the lower left and then turns back toward the right. The 40 tracks are categorized into one of six templates: very fast nova V1500 Cyg; fast novae V1668 Cyg, V1974 Cyg, and LV Vul; moderately fast nova FH Ser; and very slow nova PU Vul. These templates are located… 

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