PNV J17370958-3510211 (N:)
R.A. 17h37m09.58s, Decl. -35°10'21.1" (J2000.0)
2019 Sept. 15.4247 UT, 11.0 mag (CCD, unfiltered)
Discoverer: Koichi Itagaki (Yamagata, Japan)
2019 09 14.1370 UT
The brightening is confirmed by the following ASAS-SN Sky Patrol (Shappee et al. 2014ApJ...788...48S and Kochanek et al. 2017PASP..129j4502K) observations (g-band magnitudes): 2019 Sept. 12.145 UT, [15.8; 13.138, [14.6; 14.137, 13.4; 14.884, 13.1; light curve at https://asas-sn.osu.edu/light_curves/d5695d80-a6ae-40ce-aad0-6a57126f8c… --- Patrick Schmeer (Saarbrücken-Bischmisheim, Germany)
*** Spectroscopy, precise astrometry, and multiband photometry are urgently required. ***
Through some cloudy conditions, I've been able to visually confirm this nova suspect at mag 12.0 on Sept 15.493. Just waiting for it to now go into VSX!
Congratulations, Andrew! This probable nova is considerably reddened.
I submitted a VSX entry for PNV J17370958-3510211 about an hour ago.
AAVSO Alert Notice 679 reports on N Sco 2019 No. 2 = PNV J17370958-3510211. Please see the notice for details and observing instructions.
Please note that at present this nova may be found in the AAVSO Target Tool under the name PNV J17370958-3510211. A technical hitch is temporarily preventing the addition of the name N Sco 2019 No. 2. It will be added as soon as possible.
Many thanks, and Good observing,
Elizabeth O. Waagen, AAVSO HQ
V1707 Scorpii = PNV J17370958-3510211
PNV J17370958-3510211 - Now Has A Sequence
The two existing fainter comps shown on an E scale chart have been updated to match the rest of the sequence origin.
I have been sitting on this for ~24 hours in hopes that I could both improve and extend fainter.... unable to locate suitable data at this time.
Per Ardua Ad Astra,
Tim Crawford, Sequence Team
Thanks a lot, Tim!
Please use the GCVS name V1707 Sco(rpii):