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Taken by Ivar Hamberg on May 5, 2018 @ Stockholm, Sweden
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 7D
Exposure Time: 15/1
Aperture: f/5.6
ISO: 2000
Date Taken: 2018:05:05 23:07:30
 
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The faint dwarf nova V392 Persei showed a very rare nova outburst at end of April. I saw it as an orange star next to its nearest 9.3 magnitude bluish star. It must have erupted almost a 10.000 times stronger than its normal eruptions. It had fainted somewhat to magnitud 8.8 by the time of this photo of May 5. Not a normal accresion disc interaction, but a nova outburst! Photos were taken by both a 250mm zoom lens and a Canon 7D (15 sec), and with a 12 Meade f/10 LRGB (4x30sec).
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