|A bright nova erupted in the constellation of Delphinus the Dolphin on August 14, 2013. On Friday night, August 16th, club member Jim Mack
captured this wide-field image of Nova Delphinus 2013. He used a Canon EOS Digital Rebel T3i (550D) DSLR camera with a lens set to 100 mm
focal length. Exposed 19 seconds at f/2.8, ISO 800. By August 15th, the nova was brighter than magnitude 5.
Written by Joe Stieber.
|Nova Delphinus 2013.
|A close-up of the area near the nova.
On the same day Nova Delphinus 2013 was discovered (August 14, 2013), club member Bernie Kosher captured an image of it showing the
nearby constellation Sagitta the Arrow, which is a great guide to finding the nova with binoculars.
Click Here for Bernies' Image.