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Supernova in M66 ASASSN-16fq (=SN 2016cok)

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 28th May 2016 in Galaxies, Images, Recent Posts, Stars, Supernova, Universe
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Supernova ASASN-15jo

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 8th February 2016 in Images, Recent Posts, Stars, Supernova

Descoberta da Supernova 2002 BO

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 20th January 2014 in Recent Posts, Supernova, Supernovae

SN2013ej in M74

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 13th October 2013 in Galaxies, Recent Posts, Supernova
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Supernova Ia in Lupus

Posted by Paulo Cacella on 16th February 2013 in Recent Posts, Spectroscopy, Supernova, Supernovae
Image and spectrum taken at 2013/02/16.208 from Brasilia, Brazil, with a CCD ST-8 at 813mm FL 254mm Reflector 30×3 sec exposure. To the right is a DSS image with no visible object. / / / /report from ATEL / / / / Spectroscopic Confirmation and Classification of PSN J14323388-4413278 in NGC 5643 / / / /ATel #4817; J. T. Parrent (LCOGT/Dartmouth College), D. Sand (Texas Tech), S. Valenti, M. J. Graham, D. A. Howell (LCOGT/UCSB) / /We report spectroscopic observations of PSN J14323388-4413278 (listed on the IAU Central Bureau’s TOCP page) that was discovered by the Backyard Observatory Supernova Search (BOSS) team on Feb 13.62 UT. A spectrum (range 350-1000 nm) obtained robotically on Feb. 15.70 UT with the FLOYDS (FTS) spectrograph shows it to be a type-Ia supernova, a few days before maximum light. A second spectrum (range 350-950 nm) was also acquired with the 8-m Gemini South telescopeGemini Multi-Object Spectrograph (GMOS) on on Feb 15.38 UT, confirming the classification. After correcting for the recession velocity of its host-galaxy, NGC 5643 (1199 km/s, NED), the minimum of the Si II 635.5-nm absorption feature is found to be blue-shifted by ~10,960 km/s. Comparisons to other spectra with “Superfit” (Howell et al. 2005, Ap.J. 634, 1190) show similar overlap with SN 1996X near maximum light. By Feb 15.38 UT, there is no conspicuous signature of C II 657.8-nm, however a small depression is seen on top of the Si II 635.5-nm emission component, at 634.7-nm, similar to that of SN 2011fe near maximum light (Pereira et al. 2013, pre-print, astro-ph/0008463). / / / / / / / / / / / / / /Spectrum obtained with staranalyser / / / /