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Rs Ophiuchi 1985 And the Recurrent Nova Phenomenon

by M. F. Bode

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stars, interstellar matter,
  • Interior Design - General,
  • Physics,
  • Science,
  • Architecture,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12849082M
    ISBN 109067640743
    ISBN 109789067640749

    RS Ophiuchi is a recurrent nova that lies several thousand light-years away in the constellation l of all stars of this type, RS Ophiuchi is close binary star system consisting of a white dwarf in orbit with a red two stars are so close together that the intense gravitational field of the white dwarf continuously pulls hydrogen-rich gas from the outer layers . On 12 February , the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi erupted for the first time since , its 6th (at least!) known eruption. This event triggered an intensive multi-wavelength observational campaign, from the radio to gamma-rays, and theoreticians have been presented with a wealth of high-quality data. A workshop was held at Keele University, UK, from June to Cited by:

    We present the model fit to the data on V Sco and discuss it alongwith the model fit to the GHz data of the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi following its outburst in Comment: To appear in Proceedings of the meeting RETCO-II held at ARIES in May , Recurrent novae such as RS Ophiuchi (those with periods on the order of decades), are rare. Astronomers theorize, however, that most, if not all, novae are recurrent, albeit on time scales ranging from 1, to , years.

      For their new study, the European team simulated the case of RS Ophiuchi (RS Oph) in a 3D situation. The simulation did not only take into consideration the mass loss from the giant onto the dwarf, but also included the evolution of the orbits (which would also influence the accretion rates). Recurrent Nova RS Ophiuchi ( ): WD Mass ~ +/- M☉ Companion M2III type giant RA 17h 50m s Dec ° 42’ 28” Apparent mag (V) (quies)–5(outburst) Periodicity of outburst ~ 20 yrs Distance –1, pc Distance betn companions ~ AU.


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Bode. RS Ophiuchi () and the recurrent nova phenomenon: proceedings of the Manchester Conference December On 12 Februarythe recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi erupted for the first time sinceits 6th (at least!) known eruption.

This event triggered an intensive multi-wavelength observational campaign, from the radio to gamma-rays, and theoreticians have been presented with a wealth of high-quality data. The outburst of the bright, recurrent nova RS Oph was almost simultaneously observed at X-ray, UV, optical, IR and radio frequencies at many epochs.

The abundances in the ejected shell and the development of the bolometric luminosity as a function of time suggest that the cause of the outburst is a nuclear runaway on a massive white by: 3. Bode, M. (ed.) RS Ophiuchi () and the Recurrent Nova Phenomenon (VNU Science, Utrecht, ) 4 Sedov, L.

Similarity and Dimensional Methods in Mechanics (Academic, New York, )Cited by: Buy Rs Ophiuchi () and the Recurrent Nova Phenomenon: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Keele University, Keele, United Kingdom June (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.

Optical spectroscopic data on the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi obtained between 32 and days after its last outburst on January 27 are presented. RS Oph. Search text. Search type Research Explorer Website Staff directory. Alternatively, use our A–Z indexCited by: Particular attention is paid to the Recurrent Nova RS Ophiuchi as it shows a wealth of phenomena associated with its outburst.

Finally, some open questions and avenues for future work are summarised. Paper: RS Ophiuchi: The Gift that Keeps on Giving (Invited speaker) Volume:RS Ophiuchi () and the Recurrent Nova Phenomenon Page: 4: Authors: Starrfield, S.

Abstract: RS Oph experienced its sixth recorded outburst in and was observed in virtually every wavelength region from hard X-rays to the radio. The recurrent nova RS Oph is a long period (~ days) binary system consisting of a hot white dwarf with mass close to the Chandrasekhar limit and an M-type giant secondary.

The Outburst of RS Ophiuchi: Lessons Learned from the Ultraviolet: Authors: Shore, S. Publication: RS Ophiuchi () and the Recurrent Nova Phenomenon ASP Conference Series, Vol. proceedings of the conference held June,at Keele University, Keele, United Kingdom. RS Ophiuchi, the well known recurrent nova (RN), underwent its sixth recorded outburst re-cently on February The five previous known eruptions of the object occurred in,and The binary compo-nents of the RS Oph system consist of a massive white dwarf and a M8III giant with the orbital.

variables – stars: individual (RS Ophiuchi) 1. Introduction RS Ophiuchi is a symbiotic recurrent nova (RN) with outbursts recorded in, (Rosino ; Rosino & Iijima ), and its latest on February – (Figure 1; Narumi et al. ; Evans et al. ; Hounsell et al. Brings a Unique Look at RS Ophiuchi.

The eruption represented the first time that the recurrent nova could be viewed (nearly simultaneously) at differing wavelengths.

During this episode, RS Oph was observed in X-ray, UV, optical, IR, and radio frequencies. Abstract Intense soft X-ray emission has been detected from the recurrent nova RS Oph approximately two month after its optical outburst. The X-radiation is interpreted as emission from circumstellar gas that is shock heated by the passage of the blast wave from the nova.

The outburst of RS Oph was extensively observed at both low and high resolution by the IUE satellite.

The high-resolution data were analyzed and discussed in detail by Shore et al. (), and the main results highlightened in the review presented by Shore () during the Keele meeting on RS Ophiuchi () and the recurrent nova. In this paper, we present the synchrotron light curve at MHz from the recurrent nova V Sco following its outburst on 6 February The system has been detected and periodically monitored with the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) since 9 February as part of the Galactic Nova with GMRT (GNovaG) project.

The light curves are well fit by a model of Author: N. Kantharia, P. Dutta, N. Roy, G. Anupama, A. Chitale, C. Ishwara-Chandra, T. Prabhu, N. The eruption of the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi was the first to be followed over the entire electromagnetic spectrum, affording the opportunity to investigate the complex interaction between the material rejected in the nova explosion and the red giant wind.

Here we present radio images of the symbiotic recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi that strongly support the third option. The images show that the jets associated with the eruption in consisted of underlying narrow outflows with half-opening angles of just a few degrees that fed extended lobes of relativistic, synchrotron-emitting by:   Nova outbursts 1 take place in binary star systems comprising a white dwarf and either a low-mass Sun-like star or, as in the case of the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi 2, a red gh the Cited by: 1.

Introduction. RS Ophiuchi (RS Oph) is a well-observed recurrent nova (recurrence period ∼20 years) and is one of the ten confirmed recurrent novae that belong to our galaxy (Kato and Hachisu,Schaefer, ).The RS Oph system is composed of a massive (∼ M ⊙, Kato et al., ) white dwarf (WD) primary accompanied by a red giant secondary of estimated Cited by: 5.