Supernova 1999et was a hard case. It turns out that there is a nice little mag 16 star just a little to the north of the nucleus of NGC 1643. Several of the images on this page show that as the SN. These images will have a "?" in the comments fields. The real SN was a type II, found a couple months after max, and is to the south east of the core. Many thanks to Arno van Werven who stuck with this SN when nobody else would.
Web pages dedicated to this SN.
The following is a list of images of this SN, in chronological order. Click on the name in the "observer" column to see the image. Times and dates are in UT unless otherwise noted. If you know of any others, please tell me!
|Arno van Werven image||11/10.252/99||C||mirror|
|Michinari Yammamoto image||11/10.6/99||C||image only|
|Robin Chassagne image||11/15.896/99||C|
|Arno van Werven image||11/18.326/99||C||mirror|
|Arno van Werven image||11/26.260/99||C|
|Arno van Werven image||11/30.223/99||C|
|Arno van Werven image||12/2.264/99||C|
|Pedro Ré image||12/6.937/99||C||?|
João Porto image
|Arno van Werven image||12/25.182/99||C|
|Arno van Werven image||12/26.180/99||C|
|Arno van Werven image||12/29.160/99||C|
|Arno van Werven image||1/3.144/00||C||SN not visible|
Light curves and Spectra: