A new nova was discovered in the constellation of Delphinus on August 14 18:00 UT. I was able to start imaging within 5 hours of the discovery and gather some nice brightness measurements. Here my latest estimations can be found:


The nova is still brightening and now visible with the naked eye.

Here is an image taken on the night of 16-08-2014 around 0:00 UT:


Image info:

Telescope: TEC140
Camera: QSI583
Filters: Astrodon LRGB

R,G,B: 3 x 600s per channel
L: 5 x 180s




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