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I revisited V1405 Cas this evening and measured it at Mag 9.6 (ASTAP). This is pretty close to other measurements on AAVSO today. A quick look at the light curve shows that it is continuing to dim (a trend since the start of Nov'21).

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Yesterday was clear (despite the forecast saying otherwise) and I managed to snap V1405 Cas again. Measured at Mag 9.4, so ever so slightly brighter than my last measurement.

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I was out last night 2nd Jan with my bins FINALLY after weeks of total cloud. I could not detect it hand-held in windy conditions with my 8x42s but I could with my 15x56s. I haven’t looked at this for a while, the last time was a couple of months ago at least, when it was a much easier target.

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This nova is still being observed and still relatively bright at 11th mag. Worth following. What will it do next?

BAA VSS light curve:

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Amazing that it is still hanging in there, had forgotten about it being a potential target. Will have a look sometime soon.

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