Object name: NOVADELPHINI
Nova Delphini 2013 was discovered on August 14 14:01 UT by Koichi Itagaki, Yamagata, Japan, using 0.18m reflector. It was magnitude 6.3. It rose in brightness hitting about magnitude 4 on the 16th UT. 24 hours later it had faded down again to magnitude 5. The moon is getting closer and brighter so it is now a difficult naked eye object. The latest light curve can be found on the AAVSO website: http://www.aavso.org/lcg/plot?auid=000-BLC-933&starname=NOVA%20DEL%202013&lastdays=30&start=2456518.157746227&stop=2456531.157746227&obscode=&obscode_symbol=2&obstotals=yes&calendar=calendar&forcetics=&grid=on&visual=on&r=on&bband=on&v=on&pointsize=1&width=800&height=450&mag1=&mag2=&mean=&vmean= .