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ALERT!! An 8th Magnitude Nova was discovered in Eridanus on Nov 25th. The discovery was made with a pair of 10 x 50 binoculars, so the nova should be fairly easy to see in small and medium telescopes.

Be sure to see the article Nova in Eridanus on the Sky & Telescope web site for details.

Dave - Morrow, AR
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