This one started with a quick e-mail from Weidong Lee of
LOSS. In a nice change from the SN of January the
came out that evening. It turns out that Mark Armstrong shares this
discovery, and he found it independantly. To make matters more interesting,
Mark had a "pre discovery" images of this one to post.
It's amazing to get so many images of an SN that isn't even brighter
than mag 17, but this one is a pretty picture. Supernova
2000H reached maximum brightness
at mag 16.6 (with no filter) on 2/10. This one didn't last long.
Web pages dedicated to this SN.
The following is a list of images of this SN, in chronological order. Click on the name in the "observer" column to see the image. Times and dates are in UT unless otherwise noted. If you know of any others, please tell me!
|Mark Armstrong image||1/25.93819/00||19||C||pre-discovery, mirror|
|Mark Armstrong image||2/7.97/00||17||C||Discovery, mirror|
|Marko Moilanen image||2/9.896/00||C|
|Kereszty Zsolt image||2/10.7951/00||16.6||C||slow|
|Anton Spenko image||2/10/00||C|
|Laurent Courier image||2/11/00||17.3||C|
|Johannes Walter image||2/11.846/00||C|
|Pepe Manteca images||2/11.865/00||C|
|Odd Trondal images||2/11.885/00||16.0||C|
|Rafael Ferrando image||2/12.842/00||17||C|
|Hans Dannhoff image||2/12.972/00||C|
|Kevin Krisciunas image||2/14.092/00||16.5:||C|
|Larry Robinson image||2/15.05/00||C|
|Fred Ewalt image||2/16.042/00||17.75||C|
|Odd Trondal images||2/19.8465/00||16.5||CR|
|Rafael Ferrando image||2/27/00||C|
|Odd Trondal images||3/7.7819/00||17.3||CR|
Light curves and Spectra: