SUPERNOVA SN2018kp In NGC3367
Taken by Pierre PONSARD on February 9, 2018 @ La Fosse (Manhay-Belgium)
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Date Taken: 2018:02:09 17:18:09
 
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Discovered the 24 January 2018, this supernova is more brighter than the galaxy. You can find the galaxy in Leo Major.
Its a crop of the image of the 12 inches telescope.
Canon 60Da - 800 ISO - 2 hours exposure.
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i bet it smells delicious like roasted marshmallows!
Posted by amplelight 2018-02-11 02:16:09
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