Supernova In NGC3074 Galaxy
Taken by Pierre Ponsard on April 1, 2019 @ La Fosse Observatory (Belgium)
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Date Taken: 2019:04:03 14:04:43
 
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Since the 7th March 2019, a supernova has exploded in NGC3074 Galaxy (Leo Minor constellation). Its name : SN2019bqe.
Ive taken a picture of it the 1st April 2019 with a 12 inches telescope (F/D 3.62).
Canon 60Da - 2hr36 exposure (800 ISO).
On the field, you can see a blur line : its the periodic comet 46P/Wirtanen !
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