Supernova 2006sr in UGC 14

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2006sr in UGC 14.   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 updates and links web pages.

sn06sr_i.jpg Discovered by Doug Rich (USA).   Well place for observing, so we have lots of observation!   We have a DSS Photometry reference image made by Odd Trondal.  Icon generated from the discovery image.   This supernova 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
Doug Rich image 2006/12/12.9517.4CRDiscovery mirror
José Hernandez image 2006/12/15.812CR
JM Llapasset image 2006/12/16.72816.5CRmirror
JM Llapasset image 2006/12/16.74516.9Vmirror
Martin Mobberley image 2006/12/16.772C
Diego Rodríguez image 2006/12/20.81415.85CR
Michael L. Umbricht 2006/12/21.027C
JM Llapasset image 2006/12/21.72816.1CRmirror
Markku Nissinen image 2006/12/21.773C
Doug Rich image 2006/12/22.08816.1CR
Odd Trondal image 2006/12/22.671C
Paolo Corelli 2006/12/22.75215.7V
Diego Rodriguez image 2006/12/25.88315.4CR
JM Llapasset image 2006/12/26.73316.2CRmirror
Enrico Prosperi 2006/12/27.76415.8CR
Lode Stevens image 2006/12/27.844C
Michael L. Umbricht 2006/12/28.010C
Michael L. Umbricht 2006/12/29.023C
Michael L. Umbricht 2007/01/02.085C
JM Llapasset image 2007/01/03.72516.6CRmirror
JM Llapasset image 2007/01/03.73016.8Vmirror
Michael L. Umbricht 2007/01/04.988R
JM Llapasset image 2007/01/09.77717.0CRmirror
JM Llapasset image 2007/01/09.77916.9Rmirror
Michael L. Umbricht 2007/01/26.988R
Enrico Prosperi 2007/02/04.73316.98C

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