AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
Session 86. Supernovae and Cataclysmic Variables
Display, Thursday, June 3, 1999, 9:20am-4:00pm, Southwest Exhibit Hall

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[86.07] ISO Observations of V1425 Aquillae

J. E. Lyke, R. D. Gehrz (University of Minnesota), M. J. Barlow (University College London), A. N. Evans (Keele University), A. Salama (ISO Science Operations Centre), C. E. Woodward (University of Wyoming)

We present observations of the classical nova V1425 Aquillae (Nova Aquillae 1995) over four epochs obtained with the ISO Short Wavelength Spectrometer (SWS). We identify the following lines that appeared at least once over the four observations: HI 20-11 \lambda15.8, [NeIII]\lambda15.5, [NeV]\lambda14.3, [NeV]\lambda24.3, and [OIV]\lambda25.9. In three of four epochs, both a [NeV] and the [OIV] line appear allowing time evolution of the O to Ne abundance ratio. Additionally, the HI line in one observation allows the absolute abundances of O and Ne to be determined.

J.E.L. was supported by NASA.

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