Chart of the location of the bright nova recently reported in Sagittarius as seen from the SSO scopes.The lage rectangle is the field of view of T12 and T20, the small that of T9. Click to embiggen.
The nova is best seen from the SSO observatories from around 3:00 am local time until astronomical twilight in the morning, the nova is imageable from the northern hemisphere scopes at astronomical twilight. The nova should be readlily recognisable in the field of relatively dimmer stars.
Hot on the heels of two bright nova in Scorpius and Sagittarius, another bright, and I mean REALLY bright, possible nova, last reported magnitude 5.3, has been reported in Sagittarius.
PNV J18365700-2855420's location is R.A. 18 36 57.00 Decl. -28 55 42.0 (J2000.0). The CBAT report page is here
Please report magnitude and any spectra to the AAVSO, see this link for information:
Tip of the hat to Patrick Schmeer