Normally I wait until I have more images of an SN to start a sub-page,
however the data on this one is mounting up quickly. This SN is much
brighter than the other two SN which
LOSS reported in
IAUC 7337, however, this is a morning object,
not an evening one, thus there aren't as many pictures of it.
NGC 4523 at Mag 14.4 is a very
diffuse Virgo cluster galaxy in Coma.
The SN at it's brightest is almost as bright
as it is, and this is a Type II, which tend to be dim.
Amateur Mark Armstrong (UK) independantly discovered this SN.
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||12/25.376/99||C|
|U of Iowa image||Undated||C||animated gif|
|KenIchi Kadota image||12/26/99 04:21 JST||15.1||C|
|Rok Palcic image||12/31/99||C||Marked as sn99gp, mirror|
K. Sárneczky, L. Kiss|
K. Sziládi image
|S. Moretti image||1/3.1/00||C|
Arto Oksanen image
|JM Llapasset image||1/11.143/00||C|
|KenIchi Kadota image||1/29/00 04:49 JST||15.0||C|
|Odd Trondal image||2/1.140/00||14.8||C|
|R Poncy image||4/4.954/00||C|
Light curves and Spectra: