Supernovae 2016cok (= ASASSN-16fq) in M66

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2016cok (= ASASSN-16fq) in M66.   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 links web page.

image Discovered by All Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN) (USA).   This one is a Type IIP.   M66 has been the host of 3 other supernovae in the past.   We have a Photometry reference image made by Odd Trondal.   This supernova is in the Constellation Leo.

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
ASASSN 2016/05/28.29616.6Discovery
unknown 2016/05/28.29Animation
Greg Bock 2016/05/28.418
Roberto De Lorenzo 2016/05/28.826
Gregor Krannich 2016/05/28.84616.5V
Andre Mantero 2016/05/28.91116.7V
Jose Fernandez 2016/05/28.920C
Paulo Cacella 2016/05/29.000
Rafael G. Farfán 2016/05/29.000C
Andrew Johnson 2016/05/29.000Ccolor
Gianluca Masi 2016/05/29.00016.3U
Joseph Brimacombe 2016/05/29.22617.0C
Terry Hancock 2016/05/29.500Ccolor, wow
Tom Harradine 2016/05/29.424C
Tom Harradine 2016/05/29.425
Andy Casely 2016/05/29.541Ccolor, with M65 mirror
Moretti S. Tomaselli S. Maitan A. 2016/05/29.83315.6U
Andriano Valvasori 2016/05/29.885C
Richard Schrantz 2016/05/30.000C
Terry Hancock 2016/05/30.000C
Pat Rodgers 2016/05/30.000C
Martin Mobberley 2016/05/30.23916.5V
Andy Casely 2016/05/30.50016.5C
Paolo Campaner 2016/05/30.84716.4C
Riccardo Mancini 2016/05/30.88716.3C
Jose Carrillo 2016/05/30.90516.3R
Francisco A. Violat Bordonau 2016/05/30.932C
Richard Tyson 2016/05/30.921C
Juan-Luis Glez. Carballo 2016/05/30.93716.3CV
Rodrigo Losada 2016/05/30.95816.5V
Guy Wells and Daniel Bamberger 2016/05/30.97916.6V
Louis Lopes 2016/05/31.000C
Luis Lopes 2016/05/31.000C
Robert Spellman 2016/05/31.17417.8C
Rafael G. Farfán 2016/05/31.91816.6CV
Kieth Walker 2016/06/00
Zhijian Xu & Xing Gao 2016/06/01.00016.3U
Tom Wildoner 2016/06/01color, blog
unknown 2016/06/01
Masanori Mizutani 2016/06/01.49916.6R
Gianluca Masi 2016/06/01.84916.3R
Emmanuel Conseil 2016/06/01.89016.5CV
Rafael Benavides 2016/06/01.92016.1CV
Francisco A. Violat Bordonau 2016/06/01.93016.3C
Kunihiro Shima 2016/06/02.51517.0U
Albert Sánchez 2016/06/02.85116.2R
William Wiethoff 2016/06/03.138C
Rafa Glez 2016/06/04.88916.4CV
Juanjo Gonzalez 2016/06/04.90416.2R
Diego Rodriguez 2016/06/05.87516.2V
Robert Spellman 2016/06/06.190C
Enrico Prosperi 2016/06/06.86616.1CR
Robert Spellman 2016/06/07.234C
Joseph Brimacombe 2016/06/07.49616.5Ccolor
Juanjo Gonzalez 2016/06/07.90516.0R
Keith Walker 2016/06/08
JM Llapasset 2016/06/08.87616.5CV
Joel Nicolas 2016/06/08.88916.7CV
Geroge Normandin 2016/06/10.12516.66C
Luis Lopes 2016/06/13.000C
Luis Lopes 2016/06/13.000C
Kunihiro Shima 2016/06/17.47016.2U
Enrico Prosperi 2016/06/17.83416.1CR
Kunihiro Shima 2016/07/06.48916.2U
Kunihiro Shima 2016/07/09.49816.0U
PS1 2017/01/30.47618.8PS17akb

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