New Nova in the constellation Delphinus

As Chris reported in his recent e-mail to members:-

"Exciting new star visible in Delphinus. Here's the link. It should be worth trying to image it if you can, either simply with a camera or with telescope if you're set up for that. You can look up previous images of that bit of the sky for comparison.

http://www.universetoday.com/104103/bright-new-nova-in-delphinus-you-can-see-it-tonight-with-binoculars/

Good luck!"

Hugh Allen, a WMA member, took the superb image above.

See images on the Remanzacco Observatory in Italy website.These were taken by Nick Howes who will be our guest speaker on November 8th. Here is an animation of the Nova as it brightened.

Check out the observatory page for the latest updates.