Supernova In The Galaxy UGC3168
Taken by Pierre PONSARD on September 12, 2018 @ La Fosse Observatory (Manhay-Belgium)
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Date Taken: 2018:09:12 15:55:59
 
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It was very difficult for me to find this little (and weak) galaxy where a supernova (SN2018fgj) was discovered the 20th August 2018. This supernova is soo powerful that its light is brighter than its galaxy-host !
Canon 60Da was on a 12 inches telescope. Its a 48 minutes exposure (16 x 3 minutes) at 800 ISO - 12 September 2018 - 02.45 UT.
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