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ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA COMET AND NOVA SECTION Announcement # 6. February 26, 1963 _N_O_V_A_ A naked eye nova was discovered about 5 degrees N W of Vega, between Lyra and Hercules. Coordinates are (for epoch 1960): R.A. 18h 13m, Dec. +41°50' Magnitude was 4.1 on Feb 9, and was estimated by the undersigned at 5.3 on Feb 23. The nova is best placed in the morning sky, and it is circumpolar for observers north of latitude 48°N. 411 Brixton Ave. Jim Low St. Lambert, P.Q. National Coordinator Comet & Nova Section