Fig. 1. Amplitude spectrum of V2363 Cyg.
Fig. 2. The light curve of V2363 Cyg folded with the
period of 0.2070 day.
We analysed spectra of V2362 Cyg taken with 1-m telescope of SAO on 2006 October 27 and 28 (spectral range 3800-7530A, resolution FWHM = 4.6 and 8.7A). The Balmer lines and a few other emission features have very wide multiple-peak asymmetric profiles. Full width of Halpha line is 5900 km/s, and that one of Hbeta is 5300 km/s. We identified the strongest emission features as CIII+NIII blend centered on 4652A, [OIII]+NII blend on 5010A, NII+[NII] blend on 5708A, NaI+OI blend on 5920A. Absence of HeI lines at 6678 and 7065A is surprising. So, nova is not yet entered the nebular stage. This may be a high inclined binary at the end of common envelope phase. Its monitoring is of interest.
Fig. 3. The spectrum of V2363 Cyg taken on 2006 Oct 26,
and line identifications.
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