Supernovae 2018cow in CGCG 137-068

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2018cow in CGCG 137-068.   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 ATLAS (USA).   This one is a Type Ib (was Ic-BL).   This object was originally classified as a galactic nova very close to the very small (Mag 15.6) galaxy CGCG 137-068 it was later reclassified as a type Ic, making this object almost 8 times as bright as it's host galaxy. This supernova is in the Constellation Hercules.

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
Fernando Limón 2018/06/17.38813.7CV
Roberto De Lorenzo 2018/06/17.86913.7V
Andrea Mantero 2018/06/18.00014.0V
Francisco Violat-Bordonau 2018/06/18.110C mirror (TIFF)
Juan-Luis Gonzalez Carballo 2018/06/18.44413.7V
Jordi Camarasa 2018/06/18.87713.8R mirror
Ramon Navos 2018/06/18.92713.8V
Malhar Kendurkar 2018/06/18.93314.0R mirror
Antonio Garrigos Sanchez 2018/06/18.94613.9R
Francisco Violat-Bordonau 2018/06/20.10313.9V mirror
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/20.01614.2R mirror
Stan Howerton 2018/06/20.25814.2V
Rafael G. Farfán 2018/06/20.92814.4CV
Stan Howerton 2018/06/21.19714.5V mirror
Francisco A. Violat Bordonau 2018/06/21.61314.6V mirror (TIFF)
Klaus Wenzel 2018/06/21.89514.7CV
Cedric Raguenaud 2018/06/21.90214.0V
G. Wells and D. Bamberger 2018/06/21.98714.9CV
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/23.00014.7R
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/23.93314.9C
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/24.14115.0CV
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/25.14614.9R
Cedric Raguenaud 2018/06/25.95315.1V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/25.99715.0R
Francisco Soldán 2018/06/26.000C
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/26.01715.0CV
Francisco Violat-Bordonau 2018/06/26.094C(TIFF)
Francisco A. Violat Bordonau 2018/06/26.097C
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/27.00515.0V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/28.00015.1V
Peiyuan Sun & Tao Chen 2018/06/28.73515.5V
Cedric Raguenaud 2018/06/28.93015.5V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/06/28.98615.4V
Francisco Soldán 2018/06/29.000C
Roberto De Lorenzo 2018/06/29.87615.5U
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/01.06115.6V
Jose Carrillo 2018/07/01.93415.4CV
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/02.01615.6V
Gerhard Dangl 2018/07/02.91916.7G
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/03.00715.9V
Rafael G. Farfán 2018/07/05.93617.0CV
Joel Nicolas 2018/07/06.89317.2CV
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/06.99016.1V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/08.06316.2V
Cedric Raguenaud 2018/07/09.92817.0V
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Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/12.18817.7V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/14.00617.4V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/15.08217.4V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/16.03717.6V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/17.07017.7V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/18.03518.0V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/22.02018.0V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/23.07018.1V
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/24.03018.2C
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/25.02818.2CV
Malhar R. Kendurkar 2018/07/26.04018.2CV
Cedric Raguenaud 2018/08/01.93118.7CV

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