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Definition of Nova Coronae Borealis
Nova Coronae BorealisNova No"va (n[=o]"v[.a]), n.; pl. L. Nov[ae] (-v[=e]), E.
Novas (-v[.a]z). [L., fem. sing. of novus new.] (Astron.)
A new star, usually appearing suddenly, shining for a brief
period, and then sinking into obscurity. Such appearances are
supposed to result from cosmic collisions, as of a dark star
with interstellar nebulosities.
Note: The most important modern nov[ae] are:
No"va Co*ro"n[ae] Bo`re*a"lis;
No"va Per"se*i. There are two nov[ae] called Nova
Persei. They are:
(a) A small nova which appeared in 1881.
(b) An extraordinary nova which appeared in Perseus in 1901.
It was first sighted on February 22, and for one night
(February 23) was the brightest star in the sky. By July
it had almost disappeared, after which faint surrounding
nebulous masses were discovered, apparently moving
radially outward from the star at incredible velocity.
Meaning of Nova Coronae Borealis from wikipedia
- two white
dwarfs. T Coronae Borealis
, also known
as the Blaze
Star, is another unusual
type of variable
as a recurrent nova
of magnitude 10...
- R Coronae Borealis
is a low-m**** yellow supergiant
star in the constellation
of Corona Borealis
. It is the prototype
of the R Cor Bor class
- T Coronae Borealis
(T CrB), is a recurring nova
in the constellation Corona Borealis
. It was first discovered
in 1866 by John Birmingham, although...
- A nova
) is a transient astronomical event
the sudden appearance
of a bright, apparently
"new" star, that slowly
- (The) Blaze
Star can refer
to: T Coronae Borealis
, a recurring nova
(star) in the constellation Corona Borealis Blaze
Starr, an American former
- Wales, Australia. He specializes
in early detection
in R Coronae Borealis
and the long-term monitoring
of several southern
- into a red giant after losing
its hydrogen envelope
in the ****ure. R Coronae Borealis variable
star Yoon, S.-C.; Langer, N. (2004)...
orbit. The B, G and R components
of 73P, and Tau Coronae Borealis
, May 1, 2006 The C component
of 73P, and the Ring Nebula, May 8, 2006...
R Coronae Borealis variable Eruptive binary
RS Canum Venaticorum variable Cataclysmic
or explosive Cataclysmic variable
star Dwarf nova Nova
- this could
form a Thorne–Żytkow object
with the properties
of an R Coronae Borealis
variable. The surface
of the neutron
star is very hot, with temperatures...
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