Bright SN in UGC 5189A (SN 2010JL)

9 years 8 months ago #87091 by JohnONeill
Bright SN in UGC 5189A (SN 2010JL) was created by JohnONeill
Hi,

I Observed and estimated magnitude of this SN visually:
mag 13.4 using my 25cm reflector at 144x. 6th Nov 2010 at 04.55 UT.
Host Galaxy not seen.

Position given RA 09h 42m 53.33s Dec +09d 29' 41.8" (J2000.0)
2.4" east and 7.7" north of the centre of UGC 5189A in Leo.

It was discovered by Jack Newton & Tim Puckett in Arizona.

John

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9 years 8 months ago #87110 by Keith g
Replied by Keith g on topic Re:Bright SN in UGC 5189A (SN 2010JL)
I've seen the alert posted for this John on AAVSO and on universe today, the host galaxy looks very dim indeed, it's amazing on how even these galaxies are observed as they are so faint. Fair play to the discoverers

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9 years 8 months ago #87111 by lunartic
Replied by lunartic on topic Re:Bright SN in UGC 5189A (SN 2010JL)

It was discovered by Jack Newton & Tim Puckett in Arizona.


How did you miss this one Dave?:laugh:

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