M82 Supernova
Taken by Fred Espenak on January 22, 2014 @ Portal, AZ
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This image captures the supernova from Bifrost Observatory (Portal, AZ) on the evening of January 22 (MST) using a 12 telescope. The supernova officially designated SN2014J appears as the brightest object in M82. Shining a about magnitude 11, SN 2014J is expect to continue brightening for two more weeks before reaching its peak.

For more details, see: http://astropixels.com/supernovae/SN2014J.html
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