Supernovae 2023gfo in NGC 4995

This page is devoted to information on Supernova 2023gfo in NGC 4995.   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 ATLAS (USA).   This one is a Type II.   This supernova is in the Constellation Virgo.

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
Odd Trondal 2023/04/20.948
John Stevenson 2023/04/21.583facebook
John Stevenson 2023/04/21.583
Fabio Feijo 2023/04/22.08315.7C
Rafa Farfan 2023/04/22.91715.9V
Felipe Gómez Pinilla 2023/04/23.06115.9V
Eliot Herman 2023/04/23.500CNice
Carlos Segarra 2023/04/23.93414.7G facebook mirror
Klaus Wenzel 2023/04/25.84715.2CV
Rafael Benavides 2023/04/26.01415.6CV
Gregor Krannich 2023/04/28.28115.6V
Michel Michaud 2023/04/29.23714.76CV
Enrico Prosperi 2023/05/07.84115.1G
Eliot Herman 2023/05/10.00014.7C
Simone Bolzoni 2023/05/10.187C
Tom Wildoner 2023/05/12.08015.0V
G. Duszanowicz 2023/05/13.000Ccolor
Kym Thalassoudis 2023/05/13.50715.4Ccolor
David Strange 2023/05/14.000Ccolor Wow!
Carlos Segarra 2023/05/14.93714.9G
Gianluca Masi 2023/05/14.95814.3R
Odd Trndal 2023/05/18.906C
Marcio Spinola 2023/05/19.948C marked
Achim Sucker 2023/05/22.60415.3C
Paul Lahti 2023/06/12.109C
Laurent Vadrot 2023/06/13.917C
Carlos Segarra 2023/06/16.93015.3G
Tom Wildoner 2023/06/19.09715.7V
Klemens Waldhör 2023/07/07.468C

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