Supernova 1998bu in M96

Arrrrgh, it's hard to find a galaxy (even a Messier galaxy) with the full moon in the sky! n3368s1.jpg

This image was taken May 11.4 UT. Nine 90 sec exposures were stacked (C14/CB245). South is up. The SN is the bright star (~12.5) directly north (below) the nucleus. Philip Sullivan

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David Bishop
Last modified: Tue Dec 22 13:25:31 EST 1998