1999 Supernova Boneyard

Welcome to the Boneyard.   On this page you will find entries for objects that have been confirmed as Cataclysmic variables, asteriods (otherwise known as Vermin of the sky), or some other non extragalactic event.   Why keep them around? Because you never know when something like this will come back to life...

Possible SN in NGC 266, ISN Possible page discovered 1999/01/01 by F. Manzini
Found in NGC 266 at R.A. = 00h49m47s.8, Decl. = +32°16'40".0
Located 0" west and 0" south of the center of NGC 266 (Discovery image)
Mag 18.0, Type unconfirmed

1999bs (= Gaia16azz) (= V2561 Oph), IAUC 7141 discovered 1999/04/12 by BAO Supernova Survey
Found in UGC 11093 at R.A. = 18h01m48s.75, Decl. = +07°00'49".6 (N. Fukahara finder chart)
Located 43" west and 164" north of the center of UGC 11093 (KenIchi Kadota image) (Salvo Massaro FITS image)
Mag 17.7:8/10/2016 (16.4:4/12), Type CV (References: IAUC 7143, 7146, 7149; vsnet-alert 2871, 2879, Gaia observations)

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