CBET 3792 discovered 2014/01/21.810 by Steve J.
R.A. = 09h55m42s.14, Decl. = +69°40'26".0 (= NGC
Located 54" west and 21" south of the center of
Itagaki image prediscovery) (LASSST
image prediscovery) (Seiichiro
Kiyota image) (Ernesto
Guido, Nick Howes & Martino Nicolini image (Animation))
Elenin and I. Molotov image) (T.
Yusa image) (T.
Noguchi image) (MASTER
Mantero image) (Joseph
Brimacombe image) (Earl
Foster image) (LOSS
Brimacombe image) (Constantine
Emmanouilidi image) (Marco
Verstraaten image) (Martin
Mag 10.9:1/22, Type Ia-HV (References:
AAVSO Alert Notice 495,
CBAT TOCP; SN
A listing of Supernovae brighter than
17 Mag. can be found at this site
I will keep this graph
updated by getting at least one image a night (weather permitting) till
it is no longer visible.
Note: The smaller the magnitude number the brighter the object.
If you are interested
in how to convert ADU ( Analog Digital Units) values to a
Magnitude value, check out this link
You will need the ADU and Magnitude numbers for a reference star
in the same field as the primary object as well as the ADU value of the
object in question. I use Nebulosity to get the ADU figures.
(This Page was last
These measurements were taken in the visible light
without any color filters using an SBIG STF8300C on a SN8 at 5 minute
exposure dark subtracted and flat applied.
These images will be updated as I get more data.
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