A rare nova ignites a 'new star' in the sky this year. Here's how to see it

Sep 6, 2023
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There's a close-up photo of Corona Borealis with the location of the star marked at:
https://visns.neocities.org/TMITHOA/TM_May.htm . Look under Discoveries/May 12th.

It says there the 80 year "period" is only approximate, being based on two known eruptions, and since the last one was in 1946 it might be more like 2025-26 this time.

But definitely check out Corona Borealis any clear night you get.
Apr 5, 2024
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Since the star is 3000 light years from us, didn't the explosion happen 3000 years ago, and the light from it is just now getting to us?