V1494 Aquilae

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V1494 Aquilae or NOVA Aquilae 1999 b
Observation data
Epoch J2000.0      Equinox J2000.0
Constellation Aquila
Right ascension 19h 23m 05.38s
Declination +04° 57' 20.1"
Apparent magnitude (V) 4.02
Distance 5,216 ± 0,652 k ly
(1,6 ± 0.2 k pc)
Other designations
NOVA Aquilae 1999 b, AAVSO 1918+04

V1494 Aquilae or NOVA Aquilae 1999 b was a nova which occurred in 1999 in the constellation Aquila and which reached a brightness of 4.0 mag.

References[edit]

  • Kato, Taichi; Ishioka, Ryoko; Uemura, Makoto; Starkey, Donn R.; Krajci, Tom; Ishioka; Uemura; Starkey; Krajci (2004). "Detection of Two-armed Spiral Shocks on the Accretion Disk of the Eclipsing Fast Nova V1494 Aquilae". Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 56: S125–S131. arXiv:astro-ph/0310519. Bibcode:2004PASJ...56S.125K. doi:10.1093/pasj/56.sp1.S125. 
  • Drake, Jeremy J.; Wagner, R. Mark; Starrfield, Sumner; Butt, Yousaf; Krautter, Joachim; Bond, H. E.; Della Valle, M.; Gehrz, R. D.; Woodward, Charles E.; Evans, A.; Orio, M.; Hauschildt, P.; Hernanz, M.; Mukai, K.; Truran, J. W. (2003). "The Extraordinary X-ray Light Curve of the Classical Nova V1494 Aquilae (1999 No. 2) in Outburst: The Discovery of Pulsations and a Burst". The Astrophysical Journal 584 (1): 448–452. arXiv:astro-ph/0210072. Bibcode:2003ApJ...584..448D. doi:10.1086/345534. 
  • Anupama, G. C.; Sahu, D. K.; Mayya, Y. D.; Sahu; Mayya (2001). "Optical spectroscopy of nova V1494 Aquilae 1999". Bulletin of the Astronomical Society of India 29: 375–377. Bibcode:2001BASI...29..375A. 
  • adsabs.harvard.edu

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Coordinates: Sky map 19h 23m 05.38s, +04° 57′ 20.1″