Supernovae 2018aoq in NGC 4151

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2018aoq in NGC 4151.   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 Lick Observatory Supernova Search (USA).   This one is a Type II.   This supernova is in the Constellation Canes Venatici.

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
K. Itagaki 2018/03/31.623prediscovery
CrAO 2018/03/31.96215.68Vprediscovery
LOSS 2018/04/01.431Discovery mirror
Giancarlo Cortini 2018/04/01.9615.3C
Yasuo Sano 2018/04/02.49915.51CR
Vikrant K Agnihotri 2018/04/03.00015.6V
Stan Howerton 2018/04/03.23415.5V
Jean-Claude Merlin 2018/04/03.43315.4C
Stan Howerton 2018/04/05.28515.4V
G. Wells and D. Bamberger 2018/04/06.00915.6CV
Manfred Mrotzek 2018/04/06.067
Gerhard Dangl 2018/04/07.04215.2V
MLS image 2018/04/08.02615.16CMLS180408:121038+392348
Jaroslaw Grzegorzek 2018/04/08.02815.5
Grzegorz Duszanowicz 2018/04/10.96115.0L
Yuji Tanaka 2018/04/13.60315.3C
Paolo Campaner 2018/04/14.02315.5C
Cedric Raguenaud 2018/04/14.90015.6V
Ken'ichi Nishimura 2018/04/16.55315.4C
Jordi Camarasa 2018/04/16.91015.4R
Luis Lopes 2018/04/17.000C
Pierre Ponsard 2018/04/17.854Ccolor, wide field
Viele Gre and Manfred Simon 2018/04/18.021Ccolor
Ken'ichi Nishimura 2018/04/18.55315.5C
Massimiliano Mannucci and Nico Montigiani 2018/04/20.83315.1V
O.Guillamon, J. Presa, X. Puig and M. Aladid 2018/04/20.95815.0R
William Wiethoff 2018/04/22.155C
Claudio Balcon 2018/04/22.86215.7CV
Ken'ichi Nishimura 2018/04/26.49916.2C
Rafael G. Farfn 2018/05/04.88514.5CV
Robert Spellman 2018/05/08.181C
Rodrigo Losada 2018/05/14.97915.1V
G. Wells and D. Bamberger 2018/05/18.99215.8CV
Mark McIntyre 2018/05/19.958Ccolor
Ken'ichi Nishimura 2018/05/20.54415.7C
Francisco A. Violat Bordonau 2018/05/22.02415.8V
Prince George Astronomical Observatory 2018/05/24.00015.4R
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/05/26.30815.95R
Ken'ichi Nishimura 2018/05/26.53115.7C
Malhar R. Kendurkar and Ian C. Baird 2018/05/29.03515.8R
Joel Nicolas 2018/05/31.92815.8CV
Adam Nowak 2018/06/05.00015.7C
Jean-Claude Merlin 2018/06/13.24015.8C
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/15.05815.9R
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/15.97515.9R
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/16.93316.0R
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/17.97516.0R
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/18.93316.1R
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/19.97516.2R
Claudio Balcon 2018/06/20.91516.0CV
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