Supernova In NGC 3254
Taken by Odd Trondal on March 11, 2019 @ Oslo
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Supernova 2019np in NGC 3254

Discovered by Koichi Itagaki (Japan).
This one is a Type Ia (z=0.00452).
Found in NGC 3254 at R.A. = 10h29m21s.960, Decl. = +29°3038.40

My measured Magnitude and Position:

COD 238
OBS O. Trondal
MEA O. Trondal
NET UCAC-2
Super C2019 03 11.90726 10 29 21.981+29 30 38.46 15.9 238

Mag. 15.9C
10h 29m 21.981s
+29° 30 38.46arc-sec

Time: 21:57 UT 2019-03-11 Exp.10 x 61 sec.
Telescope: 0.25m f/6.8 with ST-10XME CCD 0.8 arc-sec/pixel
Odd Trondal Obs.code 238 (Uranium). Oslo Norway

ref.
http://www.rochesterastronomy.org/sn2019/sn2019np.html


Software used: TheSky6, CCDSoft 5, MSB Astroart 2.0, Picture Window 2.0

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