V5852 Sgr: an unusual nova possibly associated with the Sagittarius stream

@article{Aydi2016V5852SA,
  title={V5852 Sgr: an unusual nova possibly associated with the Sagittarius stream},
  author={E. Aydi and P. Mr{\'o}z and P. A. Whitelock and S. Mohamed and L. Wyrzykowski and A. Udalski and P. Vaisanen and T. Nagayama and M. Dominik and A. Scholz and H. Onozato and R. Williams and S. Hodgkin and S. Nishiyama and M. Yamagishi and A. Smith and T. Ryu and A. Iwamatsu and I. Kawamata},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={461},
  pages={1529-1538}
}
  • E. Aydi, P. Mróz, +16 authors I. Kawamata
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • We report spectroscopic and photometric follow-up of the peculiar nova V5852~Sgr (discovered as OGLE-2015-NOVA-01), which exhibits a combination of features from different nova classes. The photometry shows a flat-topped light curve with quasi-periodic oscillations, then a smooth decline followed by two fainter recoveries in brightness. Spectroscopy with the Southern African Large Telescope shows first a classical nova with an Fe II or Fe IIb spectral type. In the later spectrum, broad… CONTINUE READING
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