V723 Cas (Nova Cassiopeiae 1995): MERLIN observations from 1996 to 2001

@article{Heywood2005V723C,
  title={V723 Cas (Nova Cassiopeiae 1995): MERLIN observations from 1996 to 2001},
  author={Ian Heywood and T. J. O’brien and S. P. S. Eyres and Michael F. Bode and R. J. Davis},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2005},
  volume={362},
  pages={469-474}
}
  • I. Heywood, T. O’brien, R. Davis
  • Published 1 September 2005
  • Physics, Environmental Science
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
MERLIN observations of the unusually slow nova V723 Cas are presented. Nine epochs of 6-cm data between 1996 and 2001 are mapped, showing the initial expansion and brightening of the radio remnant, the development of structure and the final decline. A radio light curve is presented and fitted by the standard Hubble flow model for radio emission from novae in order to determine the values of various physical parameters for the shell. The model is consistent with the overall development of the… 

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