Supernovae 2010jl in UGC 5189A

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2010jl in UGC 5189A.   Basic information on this SN, including the last reported brightness, on this Supernova can be found on the main page.   Information on the original web pages for many of these images can be found on the updates and links web pages.

image Discovered by Jack Newton and Tim Puckett (USA).   This is the brightest supernova we have seen in some time.   The host galaxy appears to be an irregular galaxy, and is probably very diffuse.   This one is a Type IIn found young.   We have a Photometry reference image made by Odd Trondal.   This supernova is in the Constellation Leo.

The following is a list of images of this SN, in chronological order. Click on the name in the "Image Credit" column to see the image. Times and dates are in UT unless otherwise noted. If you know of any others, please tell me!

Image CreditDateMagFilterComments
Tim Puckett 2010/11/04.5012.9CDiscovery
William Wells 2010/11/05.20313.5C
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/11/05.46713.3L
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/11/05.5013.3Lwide field color
Stuart Parker 2010/11/0512.9C
Martin Mobberley 2010/11/05.503C mirror
Emili Capella 2010/11/06.15513.8V
Manuel Rodriguez 2010/11/06.22413.42R
Stan Howerton 2010/11/06.47813.7C
Lode Stevens 2010/11/07.1913Ccolor
JM Llapasset 2010/11/10.17213.1CR
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/11/11.48213.3L
Joel Nicolas 2010/11/11.18313.1CR
Manuel Rodriguez 2010/11/12.21912.89R
Krzysztof Kida 2010/11/15.1613.28V
JM Llapasset 2010/11/16.13213.1CR mirror
Joel Nicolas 2010/11/19.22813.1CR
JM Llapasset 2010/11/21.16813.1CR mirror
JM Llapasset 2010/11/21.17813.3Rc mirror
JM Llapasset 2010/11/21.18213.5V mirror
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/11/23.50113.5R
JM Llapasset 2010/11/25.14213.2CR mirror
JM Llapasset 2010/11/25.14713.5Rc mirror
JM Llapasset 2010/11/25.15913.8V mirror
Rodrigo Losada 2010/12/03.17713.3CR
JM Llapasset 2010/12/04.14113.3CR mirror
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/12/09.53313.5L
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/12/12.75613.9L
JM Llapasset 2010/12/11.13613.3CR mirror
JM Llapasset 2010/12/11.14613.6Rc mirror
JM Llapasset 2010/12/11.15014.0V mirror
Juanjo González 2010/12/16.12013.7R
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/12/16.4613.8L
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/12/21.57913.8R
Joseph Brimacombe 2010/12/26.41213.8L
Phil Harrington 2010/12/30.094C
JM Llapasset 2011/01/15.16013.6CR mirror
Joseph Brimacombe 2011/01/19.34413.7R
Artyom Novichonok 2011/01/28.53114.2V
Manfred Mrotzek 2011/03/06.000C
JM Llapasset 2011/03/05.87613.7CR mirror
JM Llapasset 2011/03/23.83313.8CR
JM Llapasset 2011/05/16.83413.8CR
Thomas Langhans 2011/10/28.56115.1C
Joseph Brimacombe 2011/10/29.73813.7IR
Thomas Langhans 2011/11/09.55115.2C
JM Llapasset 2011/11/26.22115.0CR
Thomas Langhans 2011/11/26.55215.5C
Stan Howerton 2011/12/18.24315.5C
Thomas Langhans 2011/12/24.49515.6CR
Thomas Langhans 2012/01/17.40415.8CV
Stan Howerton 2012/01/28.22515.5C
JM Llapasset 2012/02/18.08415.0CR
Manfred Mrotzek 2012/02/26.86C
Thomas Langhans 2012/03/02.23815.9CV
William Wiethoff 2012/03/14.25115.35IR
Thomas Langhans 2012/04/20.19915.8CV
Enrico Prosperi 2012/04/26.85415.8CR
Enrico Prosperi 2012/05/11.84215.9CR
Thomas Langhans 2013/01/03.39816.6CV
Thomas Langhans 2013/02/01.40916.6CV
manfred Mrotzek 2013/02/10.98017.0C
Thomas Langhans 2013/03/05.32416.7CV
Thomas Langhans 2013/04/09.23816.5CV

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