A 1.19 day UV Photometric Period in Nova LMC 2009?

Astronomy and Astrophysics – Astronomy

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Optical, Ultra-Violet, X-Ray, Novae

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We report Swift satellite Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope (UVOT) observations of the probable recurrent Nova LMC 2009 (IAUC #9019, ATEL #1930). UVOT image mode observations through the 3 UV filters (uvw1, uvw2 and uvm2, with central wavelengths of 2600, 2246 and 1928 Angstroms respectively) began on 2009 February 14 (approximately 9 days after outburst) and continued, initially at 2 day intervals (until day 15), and then at 4 day intervals until day 37.

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