- --- In email@example.com, Mark Andrew Holmes
>...also known as CP Puppis...
> --- "Diana K. Rosenberg" <ye-stars@...>
> > Mark wrote:
> > Just out of curiosity: do you know how bright these
> > novae got?
> (you wrote)
> > Sorry, I don't, but I'll bet if you Google them
> > you'll find out...
> > that would be Nova Puppis 1942
and Nova Lacertae
> > 1936....also known as CP Lacertae.
It seems a good many novae have been put in the variable-star
category by astronomers.
> >CP Lacertae hit magnitude +2.1 in 1936, and CP Puppis hit magnitude
> > Let me know if you find out
> I will.
+0.3 in 1942.
Here's a Wikipedia page on novae that includes a list of novae that
attained seventh magnitude and up since 1891, more objects for my
fixed-stars lists (probably the novae page, too, once I can get a
handle on their astrological influence).
And this is the Wikipedia supernova page.
Mark A. Holmes