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1970ApJ...160L..51B 68 T                   1 1 7 Identification of Nova Serpentis 1970. BURKHEAD M.S. and SEEDS M.A.
1970ApJ...160L.177H 69 T                   1 4 50 Infrared observations of Nova Serpentis 1970. HYLAND A.R. and NEUGEBAUER G.
1970PASP...82.1070B 67 T                   1 8 15 Photoelectric observations of Nova Serpentis 1970. BORRA E.F. and ANDERSEN P.H.
1970ATsir.568....8K 4 0 The precise positions of the four novae. KHATISOV A.S.
1970IBVS..428....1G 67 T                   1 1 1 The spectrum of
nova Serpentis 1970.
GEHLICH U.K., TREMKO J. and WEHMEYER R.
1970IBVS..429....1O 67 T                   1 1 4 Nova Serpentis. OSAWA K.
1970IBVS..460....1L 67 T                   1 1 1 UBV observations of
nova Serpentis 1970.
LANDOLT A.U.
1970IBVS..480....1K 2217 35 57th Name-list of variable stars KUKARKIN B.V., KHOLOPOV P.N. and PEROVA N.B.
1971A&A....11..482P 83 11 A search for OH emission from infrared objects at 1612 MHz. PASCHENKO M., SLYSH V., STRUKOV I., et al.
1971ApJ...165..431W 67 T                   1 1 1 (Notes) Spectrophotometry of Nova Serpentis 1970. WAGNER R.L., TULL R.G., BYRD G.G., et al.
1971PASP...83....5A 67 T                   1 3 12 Low-dispersion spectra of Nova Serpentis 1970. ANDERSEN P.H., BORRA E.F. and DUBAS O.V.
1971PASP...83...15G 68 T                   1 1 8 The transition stage spectrum of Nova Serpentis 1970. GRYGAR J., SMOLINSKI J. and HUTCHINGS J.B.
1971PASP...83..338B 67 T                   1 3 4 Observations of Nova Serpentis 1970. BURKHEAD M.S., PENHALLOW W.S. and HONEYCUTT R.K.
1971PASP...83..447B 67 T                   1 5 3 Observations of the recovery and final decline of Nova Serpentis 1970. BORRA E.F.
1971PASP...83..813W 67 T                   1 3 5 Some spectroscopic observations of the early decline of
Nova Ser 1970.
WALBORN N.R.
1972MNRAS.158..177H 69 T                   1 7 94 The non-spherical nebulae of Nova Delphini 1967, Nova Vulpeculae 1968a and Nova Serpentis 1970. HUTCHINGS J.B.
1973MNRAS.164..133P 175 27 Photoelectric UBV observations made on the Palomar 20-inch telescope. PENSTON M.J.
1973PASP...85..122H 68 T                   1 2 15 A note on the reddening of Nova
FH Serpentis 1970.
HUTCHINGS J.B. and FISHER W.A.
1974ApJ...189L.123G 7 38 Ultraviolet detection of the Nova variables V603 Aquilae and RR Pictoris. GALLAGHER J.S. and HOLM A.V.
1974ApJ...189..303G 82 T                   1 1 89 Ultraviolet photometry from the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory. X. Nova
FH Serpentis 1970.
GALLAGHER III J.S. and CODE A.D.
1974ApJ...192..425H 1 2 23 Ultraviolet detection of the dwarf Nova SS Cygni. HOLM A.V. and GALLAGHER III J.S.
1974JRASC..68..112M 56 2 Variable star notes. MATTEI J.A.
1974PDAO...14...17H 68 T                   1 1 2 A spectroscopic study of Nova
FH Serpentis 1970.
HUTCHINGS J.B., SMOLINSKI J. and GRYGAR J.
1974IAUS...60..377B 30 5 Radio continuum observations of stellar sources. BRAES L.L.E.
1975AJ.....80..515R 35 88 Preeruption light curves of novae. ROBINSON E.L.
1975JRASC..69..101M 48 1 Variable star notes. MATTEI J.A.
1976ApJ...208..819S 1 4 26 CNO abundances and hydrodynamic models of the Nova outburst. IV. Comparison with observations. SPARKS W.M., STARRFIELD S. and TRURAN J.W.
1976MNRAS.175..305B 3 6 115 Classical novae-a steady state, constant luminosity and continuous ejection model. BATH G.T. and SHAVIV G.
1976MNRAS.177..617V 8 10 Optical and ultraviolet line emission of ionized iron in peculiar stars. VIOTTI R.
1977MmRAS..83....1T 1 13 126 The evolution of the nebular spectrum of the slow nova RR Telescopii. THACKERAY A.D.
1978ApJ...226..203H 1 3 16 Classical novae: a time-dependent optically thick wind model for the postmaximum phase. HARTWICK F.D.A. and HUTCHINGS J.B.
1978PASP...90..557W 26 15 Identifications and astrometric positions of old novae. WYCKOFF S. and WEHINGER P.A.
1978JBAA...88..180H 68 T                   1 5 1 Four novae : V1229 Aql (1970), IV Cep (1971), V368 Sct (1970),
FH Ser (1970).
HOWARTH I.D.
1979A&A....75..297D 68 T                   1 5 16 Colour behaviour and physical characteristics of the novae V1500 Cyg, HR Del,
FH Ser, LV Vul and NQ Vul. I. Derivation and application of the two-colour method.
DUERBECK H.W. and SEITTER W.C.
1979AJ.....84.1619H 2 3 44 Radio emission from nova shells. HJELLMING R.M., WADE C.M., VANDENBERG N.R., et al.
1979ApJ...231..789P 1 5 35 The stabilization of the 3 hour period of Nova Cygni 1975. PATTERSON J.
1979PASP...91..775S 6 6 The spectral development of nova Cygni 1978. SMITH S.E., NOAH P.V. and COTTRELL M.J.
1979IBVS.1573....1H 13 1 Photographic observations of old novae. HOPP U., KIEHL M., WITZIGMANN S., et al.
1980AJ.....85.1292N 7 6 Are novae shells optically thick in the infrared ? NEY E.P. and HATFIELD B.F.
1980ApJ...237..529S 2 1 Evolution of Balmer-line emission profiles of V1500 Cygni in the early decline phase. SANYAL A. and WILLSON L.A.
1980ApJ...239..570G 2 4 55 The optically thin dust shell of nova Cygni 1978. GEHRZ R.D., HACKWELL J.A., GRASDALEN G.L., et al.
1980ApJ...240..608F 5 6 On the carbon composition of the ejecta of DQ Herculis. FERLAND G.J. and TRURAN J.W.
1980MNRAS.193p..21B 3 ~ Infrared emission by dust grains near variable primary sources. III. Type II supernovae. BODE M.F. and EVANS A.
1981ApJ...247L..67K 2 5 66 Discovery of radio brightening in AFGL 618. KWOK S. and FELDMAN P.A.
1981PASP...93..165D 92 142 Light curve types, absolute magnitudes, and physical properties of galactic novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1981AcA....31..373F 4 7 Conditions for novalike optically thick winds. FRIEDJUNG M.
1981JBAA...92....1B 8 3 The variable infrared emission of cosmic dust sources. BODE M.
1982MNRAS.200..175B 8 16 Nova speed class and infrared development. BODE M.F. and EVANS A.
1983A&A...124..143A 4 1 A far red spectrum of Nova LMC 1981. ANDRILLAT Y. and DENNEFELD M.
1983ApJ...268..689C 23 65 Nova shells. COHEN J.G. and ROSENTHAL A.J.
1983ApJS...53..523W 69 221 Spectroscopy of cataclysmic variables. I. Observations. WILLIAMS G.
1983MNRAS.202.1149K 1 3 24 On the wind model of novae. KWOK S.
1983MmSAI..54..467S 45 ~ IUE observations of cataclysmic variables. SELVELLI P.L. and HACK M.
1984A&AS...56..441B 103 62 A catalogue of UBV colours of cataclysmic variables. BRUCH A.
1984MNRAS.209....1C 68 19 Optical positions and proper motions of radio stars CLEMENTS E.D. and ARGYLE R.W.
1984MNRAS.209..945M 13 24 Grain growth and destruction in novae. MITCHELL R.M. and EVANS A.
1984Ap&SS..99..363D 69 55 Constraints for cataclysmic binary evolution as derived from space distributions. DUERBECK H.W.
1985ApJ...292...90C 1 28 179 Nova shells. II. Calibration of the distance scale using novae. COHEN J.G.
1985ApJ...294..263M 1 13 71 The decline and fall of classical novae. MacDONALD J., FUJIMOTO M.Y. and TRURAN J.W.
1985MNRAS.216.1057M 69 T                   3 7 The late infrared development of Nova Serpentis
1970.
MITCHELL R.M., ROBINSON G., HYLAND A.R., et al.
1986A&A...158...34R 70 T                   1 6 10 Researches on novae and related objects. I. The spectral evolution of nova
FH Ser (1970).
ROSINO L., CIATTI F. and DELLA VALLE M.
1986AJ.....92.1381D 10 19 Classical novae detected in the IRAS survey. DINERSTEIN H.L.
1986MNRAS.221..663M 1 2 11 Charge-controlled grain destruction during the "isothermal" phase of novae. MITCHELL R.M., EVANS A. and ALBINSON J.S.
1986MNRAS.222...11W 49 43 Accretion disc inclinations and absolute magnitudes of classical nova remnants. WARNER B.
1986PASP...98..556S 47 14 IRAS observations of binaries with compact objects. SCHAEFER B.E.
1986CoKon..86..355C 3 0 Peculiar slow nova-like object PU Vul - facts and interpretation. CHOCHOL D. and GRYGAR J.
1986MitAG..67..309D 8 0 Accretion discs of novae - a photometric and spectroscopic survey. DUERBECK H.W.
1987A&A...179..164F 73 T                   1 1 14 Reasons why nova
FH Serpentis 1970 probably had a total luminosity above the Eddington limit during its outburst.
FRIEDJUNG M.
1987A&AS...70..125V 3 8 120 UBV photometry of novae. VAN DEN BERGH S. and YOUNGER P.F.
1987MNRAS.227...23W 183 397 Absolute magnitudes of cataclysmic variables. WARNER B.
1987MNRAS.228..217B 27 23 Radio survey of classical novae. BODE M.F., SEAQUIST E.R. and EVANS A.
1987Ap&SS.130...53C 12 25 Radio emission from cataclysmic variables. CHANMUGAM G.
1987Ap&SS.131..467D 26 39 A survey of nova remnants. DUERBECK H.W. and SEITTER W.C.
1987BAAS...19.1050G 6 0 Will dust form in the ejecta of supernova 1987a ? GEHRZ R.D. and NEY E.P.
1987JApA....8..369P 4 3 Spectroscopic evolution of Nova LW Serpentis 1978 during its early decline. PRABHU T.P. and ANUPAMA G.C.
1987SSRv...45....1D 270 194 A reference catalogue and atlas of galactic novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1988AJ.....96.1001H 37 25 A survey of IRAS data on 41 classical novae. HARRISON T.E. and GEHRZ R.D.
1988ApJ...329..894G 7 26 PW Vulpeculae: a dust-poor DQ Herculis ? GEHRZ R.D., HARRISON T.E., NEY E.P., et al.
1988ARA&A..26..377G 2 13 132 The infrared temporal development of classical novae. GEHRZ R.D.
1988AZh....65..582M 24 5 UBV photometry of novae : determination of the interstellar extinction. MIROSHNICHENKO A.S.
1988BICDS..34..127D 268 1 A reference catalogue of galactic novae. DUERBECK H.W.
1988KFNT....4e..33R 12 ~ Novae and the R Coronae Borealis phenomenon. ROSENBUSH A.E.
1988Natur.335..235T 1 3 21 Radio images of the expanding ejecta of nova QU Vulpeculae 1984. TAYLOR A.R., HJELLMING R.M., SEAQUIST E.R., et al.
1988PASJ...40..491K 9 10 Photometry and polarimetry of nova Andromedae 1986. KIRUCHI S., KONDO M. and MIKAMI Y.
1988S&W....27..296K 10 0 Der Ausbruch klassischer Novae. KRAUTTER J.
1989A&A...224..187A 3 0 Continuum emission of novae. ANDRADE A.A. and FRIEDJUNG M.
1989PASP..101....5S 1 22 121 Recent progress in understanding the eruptions of classical novae. SHARA M.M.
1990AJ....100.1588B 22 23 Near-infrared spectroscopy of classical novae in the coronal phase. BENJAMIN R.A. and DINERSTEIN H.L.
1990ApJ...356..609V 97 31 Evidence for hibernation from a statistical analysis of nova eruption amplitudes. VOGT N.
1990AN....311...69K 8 3 On linear light polarization of novae: dust envelopes. KUCINSKAS A.
1990S&W....29..122K 3 1 Die Novae V827 Herculis und QV Vulpeculae. KORTH S.
1991AJ....101..587H 74 18 IRAS observations of classical novae. II. Modeling the detections. HARRISON T.E. and GEHRZ R.D.
1991ApJ...373L..51M 2 4 32 Thermal X-ray emission from classical novae in optical decline. MacDONALD J. and VENNES S.
1992A&A...257..548O 12 19 Classical novae as fast magnetic rotators. ORIO M., TRUSSONI E. and OEGELMAN H.
1992A&A...266..232D 21 67 On the possible existence of two classes of progenitors for classical novae. DELLA VALLE M., BIANCHINI A., LIVIO M., et al.
1992AJ....104..725W 2 18 201 The formation of novae spectra. WILLIAMS R.E.
1992MNRAS.259p..17H 35 ~ A near-infrared survey of old novae - I. The discovery of a candidate recurrent nova. HARRISON T.E.
1992AcA....42...85D 72 T                   2 11 The nebular expansion parallax and the luminosity of nova FH Ser. DUERBECK H.W.
1992Msngr..69...42B 49 6 A very low resolution spectrophotometric nova survey. BIANCHINI A., DELLA VALLE M., DUERBECK H.W., et al.
1993MNRAS.263L..43I 4 9 Millimetre and submillimetre continuum observations of Nova Cygni 1992: a new test of mass ejection models. IVINSON R.J., HUGHES D.H., LLOYD H.M., et al.
1993MNRAS.265..457L 5 18 Bipolar recurrent nova outbursts - I. Hydrodynamic models. LLOYD H.M., BODE M.F., O'BRIEN T.J., et al.
1993PASP..105..127D viz 819 131 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables. DOWNES R.A. and SHARA M.M.
1994A&AS..104...79B 179 100 A catalogue of UBV colours of cataclysmic variables. BRUCH A. and ENGEL A.
1994AJ....107.1054M viz 1015 90 UBV stellar photometry of the 30 Doradus region of the Large Magellanic Cloud with the Hubble space telescope. MALUMUTH E.M. and HEAP S.R.
1994AJ....108..639S 78 55 BVRJK observations of northern hemisphere old novae. SZKODY P.
1994MNRAS.266..761W 35 29 Nova secondary stars, mass-transfer rates and distances. WEIGHT A., EVANS A., NAYLOR T., et al.
1994Ap&SS.216..161L 9 1 The hydrodynamics of bipolar explosions. LLOYD H.M., O'BRIEN T.J., BODE M.F., et al.
1994PAZh...20..118A 3 ~ Observations of nova Aql 1993. ARKHIPOVA V.P., ESIPOV V.P. and KOZIN M.V.
1995A&A...296..439S 13 7 A multiwavelength study of the classical nova V4169 Sagittarii. SCOTT A.D., DUERBECK H.W., EVANS A., et al.
1995A&AS..109..177W viz 2980 50 Radio continuum emission from stars: a catalogue update. WENDKER H.J.
1995AJ....110..325G 12 11 The neon nova. III. The infrared light curves of nova QU Vulpeculae (Nova Vul 1984 no. 2). GEHRZ R.D., JONES T.J., MATTHEWS K., et al.
1995MNRAS.276..353S 2 17 104 A deep optical imaging study of the nebular remnants of classical novae. SLAVIN A.J., O'BRIEN T.J. and DUNLOP J.S.
1996MNRAS.281..192R 50 53 The optical spectra of old novae. RINGWALD F.A., NAYLOR T. and MUKAI K.
1996Ap.....39..126R 7 0 Some consequences of inhomogeneous dust formation in the principal shell of a nova. ROZENBUSH A.E.
1996BASI...24..669A 10 0 Cataclysmic variables: interclass connections. ANUPAMA G.C.
1996BASI...24..683K 4 0 Near-infrared observations of nova Aquilae 1995. KAMATH U.S., ASHOK N.M. and CHANDRASEKHAR T.
1996MmSAI..67..281F 7 3 The physics of mass ejection from novae. FRIEDJUNG M.
1996PAZh...22..193S 3 ~ Grain destruction in the shell of nova Aql 1993. SEMENTKOVSKII A.V. and YUDIN B.F.
1996ARep...40...81K 10 2 Dust condensation in the shell of Nova Aql 1993. KOLOTILOV E.A., SHENAVRIN V.I. and YUDIN B.F.
1996ARep...40..546R 22 ~ The light curve of a nova on a modified scale. ROZENBUSH A.E.
1997A&A...325.1151D 73 T                   5 15 Study of nova shells. II. FH Serpentis 1970 and QU Vulpeculae 1984, nebular expansion, parallax and luminosity. DELLA VALLE M., GILMOZZI R., BIANCHINI A., et al.
1997ApJ...487..226S 158 108 On the nova rate in the Galaxy. SHAFTER A.W.
1997MNRAS.284..137L 1 8 43 Shaping of nova remnants by binary motion. LLOYD H.M., O'BRIEN T.J. and BODE M.F.
1997MNRAS.284..669S 9 25 Non-LTE model atmosphere analysis of the early ultraviolet spectra of Nova OS Andromedae 1986. SCHWARZ G.J., HAUSCHILDT P.H., STARRFIELD S., et al.
1997PASP..109..345D viz 1017 120 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables-second edition. DOWNES R., WEBBINK R.F. and SHARA M.M.
1997PASP..109..441H viz 2379 53 Secondary photometric standards for northern cataclysmic variables and related objects. HENDEN A.A. and HONEYCUTT R.K.
1997PASP..109.1285E 8 2 Spectroscopic and photometric analysis of novae: a new classification method. (Dissertation summary). ESENOGLU H.
1998ApJ...506..818D 30 83 The spectroscopic differences between disk and thick-disk/bulge novae. DELLA VALLE M. and LIVIO M.
1998PASP..110....3G 2 30 247 Nucleosynthesis in classical novae and its contribution to the interstellar medium. GEHRZ R., TRURAN J., WILLIAMS R., et al.
1999MNRAS.307..677G 3 3 31 Emission-line profiles from model nova shells. GILL C.D. and O'BRIEN T.J.
1999Ap.....42...43R 98 4 On the possibility of systematizing classical novae by light curve type. I. Type criteria. ROSENBUSH A.E.
1999Ap.....42..140R 20 4 On the possibility of systematizing classical novae by light curve type. II. Observational characteristics of novae and groups. ROSENBUSH A.E.
1999JBAA..109...57M 42 3 Novae. MOBBERLEY M.
1999MmSAI..70.1011G 8 0 Multifrequency behaviour of classical novae. GONZALEZ-RIESTRA R.
2000A&A...364..191E 29 6 A study of RW Ursae Minoris shell. ESENOGLU H.H., SAYGAC A.T., BIANCHINI A., et al.
2000AJ....120.2007D 59 144 Optical imaging of nova shells and the maximum magnitude-rate of decline relationship. DOWNES R.A. and DUERBECK H.W.
2000ApJ...540..429K 13 13 Nova V4444 Sagittarii 1999: spectropolarimetric evidence for a preexisting circumstellar dust cloud. KAWABATA K.S., HIRATA R., IKEDA Y., et al.
2000MNRAS.313..775S 20 17 Nova outbursts on rotating oblate white dwarfs. SCOTT A.D.
2000MNRAS.314..175G 110 T K                 10 39 Hubble Space Telescope imaging and ground-based spectroscopy of old nova shells - I.

FH Ser,
V533 Her, BT Mon, DK Lac and V476 Cyg.
GILL C.D. and O'BRIEN T.J.
2000PASP..112..614W 1 5 18 Biases in expansion distances of novae arising from the prolate geometry of nova shells. WADE R.A., HARLOW J.J.B. and CIARDULLO R.
2001A&A...375..670R viz 114 1 The comparative accuracy of photographic observations of radio stars observed at the Engelhardt Astronomical Observatory. RIZVANOV N., DAUTOV I. and SHAIMUKHAMETOV R.
2001MNRAS.326..126S 2 7 62 The theory of steady-state super-Eddington winds and its application to novae. SHAVIV N.J.
2001PASP..113..764D viz 1714 210 A catalog and atlas of cataclysmic variables: the living edition. DOWNES R.A., WEBBINK R.F., SHARA M.M., et al.
2002A&A...390..155D 25 64 The evolution of Nova V382 Velorum 1999. DELLA VALLE M., PASQUINI L., DAOU D., et al.
2002MmSAI..73..242F 12 0 Where are researches on novae and symbiotic stars going ? FRIEDJUNG M.
2003JAVSO..31..183M 48 0 Annual report of the director for fiscal year 2001-2002. MATTEI J.A.
2004MNRAS.351.1015W 74 T                   21 57 High-speed photometry of faint cataclysmic variables - IV. V356 Aql, Aqr1, FIRST J1023+0038, Hα 0242-2802, GI Mon, AO Oct, V972 Oph, SDSS 0155+00, SDSS 0233+00, SDSS 1240-01, SDSS 1556-00, SDSS 2050-05,
FH Ser.
WOUDT P.A., WARNER B. and PRETORIUS M.L.
2004BaltA..13..116F 8 1 Super-eddington winds of novae and other objects. FRIEDJUNG M.
2005A&A...432..199S 12 23 Spectroscopic analysis of tremendous-outburst-nova candidates. SCHMIDTOBREICK L., TAPPERT C., BIANCHINI A., et al.
2005A&A...435.1031M 24 9 Early decline spectra of nova SMC 2001 and nova LMC 2002. MASON E., DELLA VALLE M., GILMOZZI R., et al.
2005A&A...439.1061S 3 6 44 Models for the soft X-ray emission of post-outburst classical novae. SALA G. and HERNANZ M.
2006A&A...459..875E viz 14 22 Early spectral evolution of Nova Sagittarii 2004 (V5114 Sagittarii). EDEROCLITE A., MASON E., DELLA VALLE M., et al.
2007MNRAS.379.1453H 76           X         2 3 6 Simulations and interpretation of the 6-cm MERLIN images of the classical nova V723 Cas. HEYWOOD I. and O'BRIEN T.J.
2007MNRAS.380..175V 38           X         1 6 9 Evidence for ablated flows in the shell of the nova DQ Herculis. VAYTET N.M.H., O'BRIEN T.J. and RUSHTON A.P.
2006JAVSO..35...98W 24 0 Cataclysmic Variables: From Radio to Gamma Rays. WARNER B.
2009AJ....138.1090L 38           X         1 7 13 The distance and morphology of V723 Cassiopeiae (Nova Cassiopeia 1995). LYKE J.E. and CAMPBELL R.D.
2009AN....330..568D 27 0 New stars and telescopes: Nova research in the last four centuries. DUERBECK H.W.
2009AJ....138.1541M 38           X         1 8 12 HR Del remnant anatomy using two-dimensional spectral data and three-dimensional photoionization shell models. MORAES M. and DIAZ M.
2009AJ....138.1846C 15       D               2 40 26 The behavior of novae light curves before eruption. COLLAZZI A.C., SCHAEFER B.E., XIAO L., et al.
2010AN....331..160B 1 20 45 The outbursts of classical and recurrent novae. BODE M.F.
2010AJ....140...34S viz 169       D       C F     7 100 107 Catalog of 93 nova light curves: classification and properties. STROPE R.J., SCHAEFER B.E. and HENDEN A.A.
2010MNRAS.406L..85E 38           X         1 11 12 The peculiar dust shell of nova DZ Cru (2003). EVANS A., GEHRZ R.D., WOODWARD C.E., et al.
2011ApJ...727...50S 15       D               1 36 18 A Spitzer survey of novae in M31. SHAFTER A.W., BODE M.F., DARNLEY M.J., et al.
2011ApJ...739L...6K 40           X         1 11 23 Expanded very large array nova project observations of the classical nova V1723 Aquilae. KRAUSS M.I., CHOMIUK L., RUPEN M., et al.
2011ApJS..197...31S viz 39           X         1 76 95 Swift X-ray observations of classical novae. II. The super soft source sample. SCHWARZ G.J., NESS J.-U., OSBORNE J.P., et al.
2011A&A...536A..97F 39         O X         1 17 2 Do novae have optically thick winds during outburst with large deviations from spherical symmetry? FRIEDJUNG M.
2012ApJ...746...61D 16       D               2 46 54 On the progenitors of galactic novae. DARNLEY M.J., RIBEIRO V.A.R.M., BODE M.F., et al.
2012MNRAS.423.2476T 39           X         1 22 19 Life after eruption – I. Spectroscopic observations of 10 nova candidates. TAPPERT C., EDEROCLITE A., MENNICKENT R.E., et al.
2013AJ....146...37H 16       D               3 108 7 Phase-resolved infrared spectroscopy and photometry of V1500 Cygni, and a search for similar old classical novae. HARRISON T.E., CAMPBELL R.D. and LYKE J.E.
2014ApJ...780L..26N 40           X         1 11 4 The transient molecular envelope in the outflow of the nova V2676 Oph during its early phase. NAGASHIMA M., ARAI A., KAJIKAWA T., et al.
2014ApJ...785...97H 1803   K   D S   X C       44 55 24 The UBV color evolution of classical novae. I. Nova-giant sequence in the color-color diagram. HACHISU I. and KATO M.
2014ApJ...788..164P viz 16       D               1 265 33 Identifying and quantifying recurrent novae masquerading as classical novae. PAGNOTTA A. and SCHAEFER B.E.
2014ApJ...792...57R 40           X         1 12 8 Radio frequency models of novae in eruption. I. The free-free process in bipolar morphologies. RIBEIRO V.A.R.M., CHOMIUK L., MUNARI U., et al.
2014A&A...569A.112S 41           X         1 5 17 Early evolution of the extraordinary Nova Delphini 2013 (V339 Del). SKOPAL A., DRECHSEL H., TARASOVA T., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.1683E 56       D     X         2 86 5 A WISE view of novae - I. The data. EVANS A., GEHRZ R.D., WOODWARD C.E., et al.
2015NewA...36..128S 43           X         1 2 6 Multiwavelength modeling the SED of supersoft X-ray sources. II. RS Ophiuchi: From the explosion to the SSS phase. SKOPAL A.
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