Supernova discovery statistics for 2009

These are supernova stastics for the year 2009. If there are other statistics you are interested in, please let me know.
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For the year 2009, 555 supernovae and 39 extragalactic novae were reported.
390 of these supernovae were named by CBAT,
20 were given possible supernova designations,
and 145 were not reported to CBAT.
101 supernovae were found in NGC/IC galaxies, 199 were found in named galaxies
132 objects were discovered by amateurs
0 were brighter than 13th Magnitude
55 were brighter than 16th Magnitude
205 were brighter than 18th Magnitude
195 Type I supernovae were found
  160 Type Ia
  12 Type Ib
  23 Type Ic
  2 Type I-pec
133 Type II supernovae were found
  10 Type IIn
  39 Type IIP
  21 Type IIb
  1 Type IIL
  2 Type II-pec
1 LBV (supernova impostors) were found
225 were untyped
Of the 39 novae that were reported  38 were reported to CBAT and 1 were not
  31 were given official names by CBAT
  23 were found in M31
  11 were found in M81
  1 were found in M33
  7 were untyped


 188 objects were discovered by CRTS (prof)
  86 objects were discovered by PTF (prof)
  55 objects were discovered by LOSS (prof)
  45 objects were discovered by CHASE (prof)
  37 objects were discovered by Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (prof)
  29 objects were discovered by Coma and Virgo Exploration for Transients (prof)
  17 objects were discovered by Tim Puckett, Jack Newton, et al.
  16 objects were discovered by Berto Monard
  14 objects were discovered by Kamil Hornoch et al.
  13 objects were discovered by Koichi Itagaki
  13 objects were discovered by ROTSE (prof)
  11 objects were discovered by Tom Boles
   9 objects were discovered by Koichi Nishiyama and Fujio Kabashima
   9 objects were discovered by PS1 (prof)
   7 objects were discovered by Stu Parker
   4 objects were discovered by Giancarlo Cortini
   4 objects were discovered by Wolfgang Pietsch
   3 objects were discovered by Ron Arbour
   2 objects were discovered by Astrotel Observatory
   2 objects were discovered by Doug Rich
   2 objects were discovered by Ella Sanders
   2 objects were discovered by Italian Supernovae Search Project
   2 objects were discovered by Nearby Galaxy Supernova Search (prof)
   2 objects were discovered by Perth Observatory (prof)
   2 objects were discovered by Super-LOTIS (prof)
   2 objects were discovered by University of Sofia (prof)
   2 objects were discovered by Veli-Pekka Hentunen and Markku Nissinen
   2 objects were discovered by W. Liller
   1 objects were discovered by BAT
   1 objects were discovered by BRASS
   1 objects were discovered by G. Sostero,
   1 objects were discovered by Jan Vales
   1 objects were discovered by Koichi Nishiyama et el.
   1 objects were discovered by MASTER (prof)
   1 objects were discovered by MERLIN
   1 objects were discovered by Markku Nissinen, Esa Heikkinen, and Veli-Pekka Hentunen
   1 objects were discovered by Pavel Cagas
   1 objects were discovered by Peter Marples
   1 objects were discovered by Ralph Martin
   1 objects were discovered by Stanislav Maticic
   1 objects were discovered by T. G. Tan
   1 objects were discovered by Toshihide Noguchi

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