Classical Novae

Classical Novae

Mike Bode, M. F. Bode, A. Evans, Nye Evans. I : Chapter 8 Radio Emission from
Novae E. R. Seaquist Department.

Author: Mike Bode

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015015761656

Category: Science

Page: 341

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A comprehensive, up-to-date description of the properties and mechanisms of classical novae--and the first such effort in the subject since Payne-Gaposchkin's influential (but out of date) The Galactic Novae. Contributors present a balanced mix of observation and theory, and discuss information gathered at optical, radio, infrared, ultraviolet, and x-ray wavelengths. Discussion begins with an overview of the general properties of novae, then covers the accretion process in nova systems and the physics of the nova outburst. Classical novae are then placed in the broader family of cataclysmic variables. Final chapter is devoted to data on novae, including an atlas.
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Classical Novae and Their Contribution to Galactic Chemical Evolution

Classical Novae and Their Contribution to Galactic Chemical Evolution

Contemporaneous , multiwavelength spectroscopic observations of classical
novae are a recent phenomenon ; therefore , the sample of well - studied novae
is small . Continued classical novae observations are necessary to expand the ...

Author: James Edward Lyke

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ISBN: MINN:31951P008194359

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Classical Nova Explosions

Classical Nova Explosions

Classical novae are considered to be the major source of the ISM enrichment
with the isotopes of 13C , 15N , and 22 Na . The latter , radioactive 22 Na , that
decays producing penetrating 1.275 MeV 7 - ray photon , could be very useful as
a ...

Author: China) International Conference on Advances in Structural Dynamics (2000 : Hong Kong

Publisher: Amer Inst of Physics

ISBN: UOM:39015056459590

Category: Medical

Page: 590

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The book reviews our current knowledge about Classical Nova Explosions, including all the recent advances from both theoretical and observational points of view. The volume covers a large number of topics, such as the astrophysical scenario, the explosion mechanism (including recent multidimensional approaches), light curves and spectra, and observations based on ground and space facilities, covering all wavelength ranges from radio and infrared to X and gamma-rays. Topics include: novae, cataclysmic variables, nucleosynthesis, white dwarfs, observations (optical, IR, radio, UV, x-rays, gamma-rays).
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Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects pp i xc 1 342

Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects  pp i xc  1 342

Part II CLASSICAL NOVAE AND RECURRENT NOVAE 6 Classical Novae and
Recurrent Novae : General Properties Margherita Hack , Pierluigi Selvelli , and
Hilmar Duerbeck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 261 261 262 281 300 I . Introduction
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Author: Margherita Hack

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ISBN: UOM:39015031747713

Category: Cataclysmic variable stars

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Energy Research Abstracts

Energy Research Abstracts

2: A nova with ejecta rich in oxygen, neon, and magnesium, 14:2017 (R;US)
Hydrodynamic Model Observations and predictions of EUV emission from
classical novae, 14:20882 (R;US) Observations and simulations of recurrent
novae: U Sco ...

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ISBN: MSU:31293010869141

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ERDA Energy Research Abstracts

ERDA Energy Research Abstracts

NOVA SCOTIA Hydrology Hydrology Hydrologic design methodologies for small
- scale hydro at ungauged sites - Phase 2. ... 2 : a nova with ejecta rich in oxygen
, neon , and magnesium , 14 : 11986 ( RA ; FR ) Observations of classical novae
 ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112018073699

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Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports

Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports

... classical and recurrent novae p 2459 N95-27073 p 2460 N95-27077 p 2458
N95-27069 p 2462 N95-28056 Models of ... various aspects of dwarf novae and
nova-like Stars p 2459 N95-27071 Classical novae and recurrent novae: General
 ...

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ISBN: MINN:30000006324614

Category: Aeronautics

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Lists citations with abstracts for aerospace related reports obtained from world wide sources and announces documents that have recently been entered into the NASA Scientific and Technical Information Database.
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Classical Novae

Classical Novae

This second edition has been updated and revised and contains contributions covering important developments in this field, and reflecting on interesting insights into classical novae.

Author: Michael F. Bode

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107405343

Category: Science

Page: 398

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This second edition has been updated and revised and contains contributions covering important developments in this field, and reflecting on interesting insights into classical novae. The book examines thermonuclear processes, the evolution of nova systems, nova atmospheres and winds, the evolution of dust and molecules in novae, nova remnants and observations of novae in other galaxies. It includes observations across the electromagnetic spectrum, from radio to gamma rays, and discusses some of the most important outstanding problems in classical nova research.
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Physics Briefs

Physics Briefs

7 - 045008 NOVAE : cataclysmic variable stars Rapid oscillations in cataclysmic
variables . Pt . 7 . GK Persei 7 - 045027 NOVAE : chemical composition Chemical
composition of the shell of the classical nova PW Vulpeculae . 3 - 022268 ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015027735979

Category: Physics

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Radio Emission from the Stars and the Sun

Radio Emission from the Stars and the Sun

The Origin and Evolution of Radio Emission in Classical and Recurrent Novae M
. F . Bode & H . M . Lloyd Astrophysics Group , Liverpool John Moores University ,
Byrom St . , Liverpool L3 3AF , UK . Abstract . It is now 25 years since the first ...

Author: Andrew Russell Taylor

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105022327709

Category: Astronomie

Page: 466

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Contributions from the Perkins Observatory

Contributions from the Perkins Observatory

A simple technique for reidentifying classical novae as faint - field stars during
late post - outburst stages ( ~ several months to years after outburst ) is described
. The importance of producing good - quality finding charts and accurate ...

Author: Perkins Observatory

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ISBN: UOM:39015049344297

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Pulsations in Classical and Cataclysmic Variable Stars

Pulsations in Classical and Cataclysmic Variable Stars

We turn now to a brief description of the observational characteristics of each of
these broad classes of objects : those which undergo thermonuclear outbursts (
the classical novae ) , those which are not known to outburst ( the nova - like ...

Author: John P. Cox

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ISBN: UOM:39015053926864

Category: Cataclysmic variable stars

Page: 354

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Variable Stars Galactic Structure

Variable Stars   Galactic Structure

If their minimal spectra are all of early G class , the U Geminorum stars , like the
classical novae , would seem to be subdwarfs between outbursts . About a
hundred and thirty galactic novae have been recorded , less than a dozen
recurrent ...

Author: Cecilia Helena Payne Gaposchkin

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ISBN: UCAL:B4520528

Category: Variable stars

Page: 116

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Categories: Variable stars

Nature

Nature

1 Radio ' light ' curve for the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi measured at 5 GHz with
left - hand circular polarization . The vertical arrow indicates the time of the optical
outburst . Recurrent novae and classical novae belong to the cataclysmic ...

Author: Sir Norman Lockyer

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ISBN: UOM:39015012036433

Category: Electronic journals

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Mass Loss from Cataclysmic Variable Secondaries

Mass Loss from Cataclysmic Variable Secondaries

according to outburst characteristics : 1 ) classical novae , 2 ) recurrent novae , 3 )
novаlike variables , 4 ) dwarf novae also ... The outburst of a classical nova
produces a rapid ( order 1 day ) rise of ñ 9-19 magnitudes above minimum light ...

Author: Ronald Lynn Gilliland

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ISBN: UCAL:X20151

Category: Mass loss (Astrophysics)

Page: 134

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Categories: Mass loss (Astrophysics)

NASA SP

NASA SP

They detected an extended radio source within 40 are seconds of the nova
position at both wavelengths ( Figure 677 ) . ... The brightness temperature is
about 107 K , against the value of 104 K observed in classical novae , and
therefore ...

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ISBN: OSU:32435020750626

Category: Aeronautics

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RS Ophiuchi 2006 and the Recurrent Nova Phenomenon

RS Ophiuchi  2006  and the Recurrent Nova Phenomenon

The spectral development is similar to classical novae . Early spectra are similar
to the ' Fell ' class of novae , and the spectrum changes from ' Fell ' class to ' He /
N ' class ( Anupama 2003 ) . The spectral development is very similar to the ...

Author: Aneurin Evans

Publisher: Astronomical Society of the pacific

ISBN: UOM:39015080732624

Category: Science

Page: 360

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"On 12 February 2006, the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi erupted for the first time since 1985, its 6th (at least!) known eruption. This event triggered an intensive multi-wavelength observational campaign, from the radio to gamma-rays, and theoreticians have been presented with a wealth of high-quality data. A workshop was held at Keele University, UK, from 12-14 June 2007 to discuss the observations, their interpretation, and where RS Ophiuchi sits in the wider astrophysical picture. The workshop brought together observers, from gamma-ray to radio wavelengths, theoreticians, and workers in closely related areas. The workshop considered not only the 2006 eruption of RS Oph but also the implications that this has had for our understanding of other much broader areas of astrophysics. It was wide ranging, taking in the environments of red giants; supernova progenitors; accretion, thermonuclear processes and evolution of close binary systems; and shocks of jets, as well as recurrent novae and related objects. The proceedings contain 15 invited reviews, 38 contributed talks and posters, and 3 specially commissioned papers which we hope will enhance the value of the workshop for the wider astrophysical community."--Publisher's website.
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