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Spectroscopy of Old Nova Candidates

  • L. Schmidtobreick (a1), C. Tappert (a2), A. Bianchini (a3) and R. E. Mennickent (a2)

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We present optical spectroscopy for several old nova candidates that hitherto lacked such observations. V842 Cen, V630 Sgr, XX Tau, CQ Vel, and V840 Oph show typical CV spectra, but V529 Ori is probably misclassified.

V630 Sgr is an eclipsing system with an orbital period of 2.83 h. In spite of the high inclination, the emission lines are not, double-peaked at the resolution of 1 mm.

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Spectroscopy of Old Nova Candidates

  • L. Schmidtobreick (a1), C. Tappert (a2), A. Bianchini (a3) and R. E. Mennickent (a2)

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