Nove in M31 2, 1998

Nova 1998 2 in M31 this image of the second Nova in M31 in 1998, was made from 38 exposures of 45 seconds integration time. It was made at September 21, 22h 20m UT. Telescope was a CG11 at f/6.3, no filters were used. The long list of processing steps caused the artefacts at the overexposed center of the galaxy and in many of the brighter stars. During the exposures thin clouds covered the sky but the CCD cuts through them, allowing me to obtain this result.


Udo Zlender -

Back to Supernovae in NGC and IC galaxies.
David Bishop
Last modified: Wed Sep 23 16:13:45 EDT 1998