Supernovae 2016isl in CGCG 466-3

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2016isl in CGCG 466-3.   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 links web page.

image Discovered by Kunihiro Shima (Japan).   This one is a Type Ia-91T.   The host on this one was originally identified as NGC 1488, which is actually a double star.   This supernova is in the Constellation Taurus.

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
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/06.671Discovery
Andre Mantero 2016/12/06.90517.1V
Gianpiero Locatelli 2016/12/06.95217.3Rc
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/07.47016.9U
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/08.65316.9U
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/09.45216.8U
Yasuo Sano 2016/12/15.38316.4CR
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/15.57516.2U
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/17.59216.6U
Yasuo Sano 2016/12/18.46916.3CR
Rafael Benavides 2016/12/21.97116.69CV
JM Llapasset 2016/12/22.07116.2CR
Enrico Prosperi 2016/12/22.85616.7CR
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/29.52216.6U
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/30.52516.6U
Kunihiro Shima 2016/12/31.54716.6U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/01.54316.8U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/02.55616.9U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/03.51116.9U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/04.50416.9U
Yasuo Sano 2017/01/05.34916.8CR
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/05.54216.9U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/06.53317.0U
Yasuo Sano 2017/01/08.37416.9CR
Yasuo Sano 2017/01/13.38617.0CR
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/13.53517.2U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/15.46917.3U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/01/19.46117.3U
Yasuo Sano 2017/01/21.44617.2CR
Yasuo Sano 2017/01/21.44617.2CR
Yasuo Sano 2017/01/23.39017.3CR
Kunihiro Shima 2017/03/02.48318.7U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/03/03.44118.8U
Kunihiro Shima 2017/03/07.43818.7U

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