Large Magellanic Cloud

Nova discoveries Large Magellanic Cloud

Nova LMC 2015
ASASSN-15fd
Discoverer: Cassius telescope, Cerro Tololo, Chile
Position: R.A. 05:56:41.11 Decl. -75:09:38.00
Discovery date: 2015 March 15.12 UT
Maximum magnitude: 11.5 V band
Unusual photometric evolution, Fe II nova
References: Astronomer's Telegram 7260, 7313, 7341, 7350

Nova LMC 2013
OGLE-2013-NOVA-02
Discoverer: OGLE-IV Transient Search
Position R.A. 05 57 58.385 -74 54 09.43 (2000.0)
Discovery date: 2013 October 16
Maximum Magnitude 13.3 I band
References: Astronomer's Telegram 5491, 5498

Nova LMC 2012 No.2
OGLE-2012-NOVA-03
Discoverer: OGLE-IV Transient Search
Position R.A. 5 20 21.09 -73 05 43.3 (2000.0)
Discovery date: 2013 November 04.358
Maximum Magnitude 12.9 I band
References: Astronomer's Telegram 4540

Nova LMC 2012
TCP J04550000-7027150
Discoverer: John Seach, Australia
Position R.A. 5 20 21.09 -73 05 43.3 (2000.0)
Discovery date: 2012 March 26.397 UT 
Maximum Magnitude 10.7 (unfiltered, CCD)
Remarkable nova. Possible recurrent nova. Highest temperature nova ever observed.
References: CBET 3071, AAVSO Special Notice 270

*For older novae refer to IAU Circulars