Supernova 2008ij in NGC 6643

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2008ij in NGC 6643.   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.

image Discovered by Koichi Itagaki (Japan).   This is the second page dedicated to a supernova in this galaxy this year.   2008bo was also found in this galaxy (type Ib).   This one is a type II.   We have a DSS Photometry reference image made by Odd Trondal.  Icon generated from the Kryachko and Korotkiy confirmation image.   This supernova is in the Constellation Draco.

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 2008/12/19.45115.9CDiscovery
Ken-ihi Kadota 2008/12/19.715C
Kryachko and Korotkiy 2008/12/19.72215.4Vconfirmation
Paolo Beltrame 2008/12/22.852RGB
JM Llapasset 2008/12/23.72015.0CR
JM Llapasset 2008/12/23.78715.0:Cmirror
Tibor Horvath 2008/12/25.736C
Stan Howerton 2008/12/26.06515.2V
Martin Mobberley 2008/12/26.76415.2C mirror
Marko Kamarainen 2008/12/27.697C
DarkSide Obs 2008/12/27.780C
Taurus Hill Obs 2008/12/27.83115.2V
Ron Arbour 2008/12/29.74415.3V
JM Llapasset 2008/12/30.72515.0CR mirror
Martin Mobberley 2008/12/30.74415.3C mirror
David Briggs 2009/01/03.92815.0C
Rodrigo Losada 2009/01/07.13015.2C
JM Llapasset 2009/01/08.23115.2CR
Joel Nicolas 2009/01/12.72815.0CR
JM Llapasset 2009/01/12.73915.2CRmirror (corrected)
Faustino García 2009/01/14.28315.21CR mirror
Joel Nicolas 2009/01/17.76315.0CR
JM Llapasset 2009/02/25.22715.5CR
Pedro Ré 2009/03/27.96516.86CR
Pedro Ré 2009/04/24.97818.42CR

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