Modeling the Surprising Evolution of Radio Novae Observed with e-MERLIN
Transient and Time Domain Astronomy: Robotic telescopes, surveys and the evolution of transient phenomena
Fiona Healy
University of Manchester/Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics
T. J. O'Brien, R. Beswick
Many recent observations of radio novae show behaviour that is not predicted by the current standard models. Our multi-epoch eMERLIN observations of V959 Mon show a complex morphology that undergoes surprising changes during its evolution. We are modeling these changes using radio emission models in order to further our understanding of mass loss during classical nova explosions.


13:30 - 15:00
BS - Lecture Theatre A25 (121)