Supernovae 2018enb in NGC 7101 and 2018ebs in NGC 7100

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2018enb in NGC 7101 and Supernova 2018ebs in an anonymous galaxy (which in some catalogs is called NGC 7100).   Basic information on these SN, including the last reported brightness, on this Supernova can be found on the main page entry for 2018enb and main page entry for 2018ebs.   Information on the original web pages for many of these images can be found on the links web page.

image Supernova 2018enb was discovered by Koichi Itagaki (Japan).   This one is a Type Ia.   A week earlier Supernova 2018ebs (= ATLAS18skw) was discovered by ATLAS (USA).   This one is also a Type Ia at almost the same red shift.   These two supernovae are in the same field of view.   These supernovae is in the Constellation Pegasus.

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
Koichi Itagaki 2018/08/02.6632018enb 16.7C2018enb discovery
Andre Mantero 2018/08/02.9052018enb 16.5V Facebook version
Yuji Tanaka 2018/08/03.5352018ebs 16.8
2018enb 17.6
Yasuo Sano 2018/08/04.5302018enb 17.3C
Masanori Mizutani 2018/08/04.5462018ebs 17.6V
Yuji Tanaka 2018/08/04.5842018ebs 16.8
2018enb 17.3
Stan Howerton 2018/08/04.6172018ebs 17.2
2018enb 18.1
Rafael G. Farfán 2018/08/05.9672018ebs 17.1
2018enb 17.4
Enrico Prosperi 2018/08/06.9712018enb 17.5CR
Robert Cazilhac 2018/08/102018enb 17.5
2018ebs 17.1
Yuji Tanaka 2018/08/10.5852018enb 17.1
2018ebs 16.9
Gregor Krannich 2018/08/11.9832018enb 17.0
2018ebs 16.3
PS1 image 2018/08/12.5112018ebs 17.1CV
PS1 image 2018/08/12.5112018enb 17.6CV
Claudio Balcon 2018/08/12.9772018enb 17.3
2018ebs 17.2
Cedric Raguenaud 2018/08/16.1462018enb 17.9
2018ebs 17.3
Enrico Prosperi 2018/08/18.9442018enb 17.1
2018ebs 16.9
Manfred Mrotzek 2018/08/31.950C
MLS image 2018/09/06.3102018ebs 17.9C

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