Novae. Brief introduction to CVs. Nova Aql 1999-2. Nova Aql 1999-2. Nova Cir 1999. Nova Cir 1999. Nova Aql 1999. Nova Aql 1999. Nova Vel 1999. Nova... 
Novae A nova (plural: novae) is believed to occur when matter from a large companion star accretes onto the surface of a white dwarf in a binary star system: The white dwarf represents the death of an average star, and is not producing energy from.. 
Novae Research Group
(We were formerly known as the SMITE Research Unit) Please adjust your links to this URL. NOTE: These pages are best viewed using a browser such as Netscape (version 2.0 or better). 
The normal novae are brighter still than either the dwarf or the recurrent novae, and more common. More than 100 novae have been observed in our galaxy in the last one hundred years. 
Novae are stars that in a matter of few days brighten up dramatically and then in weeks, months, or years fades back to the original level of brightness. 
X-Ray Novae
Overview of binary systems including an explanation of why X-ray Novae is a misnomer. Describes two classes of systems and examples of each. 
Novae Observation Database
Welcome to NOD. This database was designed to help promote collaborations on novae research. We have compiled a list of people who have observations... 
Novae and supernovae
This page has moved to http://www.demon.co.uk/astronomer/variables.html. 
Artist's Conception of X-ray Novae
An artists conception (not to scale) of two binary star systems: the top one containing a black hole, and the bottom one containing a neutron star. Because nothing, not even light, can escape the event horizon around the black hole, this star appears black. 
Novae and Cataclysmic Variable Stars Some interacting, short period binary stars have orbits so small that one member, a main sequence star, transfers mass to its companion white dwarf, triggering an explosion with an energy equal to 10,000 years.. 
Novae in H-alpha
When a star undergoes a nova explosion, it may outshine 10,000 stars for a period of days or even weeks. However, in the light of hydrogen's H-alpha line, a nova will remain bright for months, or even years! 
NOVA Online
Schedules, interactive features, special resources for teachers and an archive of hot science topics. 
Extragalactic super-novae -- Kurt Weiler (15-Jan-1998--11:55)
Extragalactic super-novae -- Kurt Weiler. Sheet 1. Sheet 2. Sheet 3. Sheet 4. Sheet 5. Sheet 6. Sheet 7. Sheet 8. Sheet 9. Sheet 10. Sheet 11. Sheet... 
Astronomical Headlines
This page contains brief information on recent astronomical discoveries as reported in the International Astronomical Union Circulars (IAUCs)... 
Supernovae Research Home Page
of the University of Texas Astronomy Department Supernovae are the violent explosions of stars that are responsible for producing all of the "heavy" material (anything other than hydrogen and helium) in the Universe. 
How to Report a Discovery
Discovery of many kinds of transient astronomical phenomena (e.g., comets, novae, supernovae, etc.) should be reported to the CBAT. The Bureau is responsible for assigning designations to comets and supernovae
Novae A nova (plural: novae) is believed to occur when matter from a large companion star accretes onto the surface of a white dwarf in a binary star system: The white dwarf represents the death of an average star, and is not producing energy from.. 
Progenitors of type Ia supernovae
OVERVIEW: Supersoft sources RESEARCH: Supersoft sources LITERATURE: Publications GENERAL: SSS general Supersoft sources are considered to be strong candidate progenitors of Supernovae Ia. 
Gamma-Ray Astronomy
An overview of gamma-ray astronomy from active galactic nuclei to x-ray novae
Thomas (Tom) E. Harrison's Home Page
Working on the astrometric (HST) and infrared spectroscopic parallaxes of dwarf novae (e.g. SS Cyg), at NMSU, in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Infrared observations of classical novae (e.g., Nova Herculis 1991) and cataclysmic variables, studies of gamma-ray bursts, star formation, the late stages of stellar evolution, infrared spectroscopy. 
Novae in the LMC and SMC
Novae in the LMC and SMC LMC Nova LMC 1992 = 80.6352.176 Nova LMC 1995 = 77.7546.1541 Nova LMC 1997 = 25.3951.2885 SMC Nova SMC 1996 = 207.16258.2564 Nova SMC 1998 = 211.16702.700 
VSNET - An Intensive International Mailing List on Variable Stars
Try some. You are the. th visitor ! ( Since 1996 Mar 10 ) [In Japanese] This web page has been maintained by VSNET Administrator group. Last... 
EROS2 novae page
Event RA (J2000) Dec (J2000) Last date before burst (JD) First date after burst (JD) R_C closest star Comments 1999 SMC Events Nova EROS SMC-99-1 Nova EROS SMC-99-2 
Results from the HST
Last modified: Wed Feb 24 14:46:31 1999 ukhst@ast.cam.ac.uk Scientific results from the Hubble Space Telescope Images arranged by category Solar System 
Session 101. Cataclysmic Variables and Novae
AAS Meeting #193 - Austin, Texas, January 1999 [Previous Session] | [Program listing] | [Next Session] Session 101. Cataclysmic Variables and Novae. ... 
Universal Guide - Novae and Supernovae
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Latest Pictures of Novae and Supernovae
Total access count is 1,487,406 by 2,053 html files since Dec. 4, 1995 Updated on October 4, 1999 The images on this page are taken by KenIchi Kadota and the magnitude are estimated by Seiichi Yoshida, except for ones the photographer's name is attached.