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66 March 13, 1912 1^[[h]] [[strikethrough]] AI 10 [[/strikethrough]] Search for Enebo's Nova near theta Geminorum [[margin]] JD 19473 [[/margin]] AI 10739 taken March 11, 1912 Nova seen, about 0.7 magn. fainter than rho Gem 4.18 sp F. [[margin]] JD 19472 [[/margin]] AC taken March 10, 1912 n.s. < 11 [[margin]] JD 19473 [[/margin]] AC 12989 taken March 11, 1912 Nova seen about fifth magn. Star preceding nova marked on I 26070. Position of this star preceding nova estimated by Miss Wells 6^[[h]] 45.3 + 32 17 Therefore position of nova assumed to be 6^[[h]] 45.5 + 32 17 67 [[underlined]] March 13, 1912 [[/underlined]] 21^[[h]] 30^[[n]] nova Gem. no. 2 Spectrum F5 with strong metallic lines
Confirmation it is "Enebo's" Nova: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/full/1912PA.....20..236P
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