AT 2017dgg
RA/DEC (2000)
03:58:12.58 -52:19:40.40
59.552417 -52.327889
Type
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Redshift
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Source Group
BOSS
Discoverer
Stuart Parker
Discovery Date
2017-04-21 07:57:43
TNS AT
Y
Public
Y
Host Name
NGC1500
Discovery Mag
17.9
Discovery Mag Filter
Other-
Spectra
No Data
Light Curves
FilterTel / InstObs-date rangePhotometry
Other-Other_Other2017-04-21 07:57:43 - 2017-04-21 07:57:431
Photometry
IDObs-dateMag. / FluxErrLim. Mag./FluxUnitsFilterTel / InstExp-timeObserver/sRemarks
162252017-04-21 07:57:4317.919.5OtherOther-Other_Other30Parkertarget easily seen
Clear-Other_Other2017-03-17 08:30:07 - 2017-03-17 08:30:071
Photometry
IDObs-dateMag. / FluxErrLim. Mag./FluxUnitsFilterTel / InstExp-timeObserver/sRemarks
162242017-03-17 08:30:0718OtherClear-Other_Other30Parker[Last non detection] nothing visible
AT Reportings
IDTime received (UT)SenderReporter/s (Discoverer/s)GroupRADECDiscovery date (UT)Discovery Mag.FilterRelated filesAT TypeInternal nameAssoc. GroupsEnd prop. periodRemarks
109232017-04-21 09:13:15Stuart ParkerStuart ParkerBOSS03:58:12.58-52:19:40.402017-04-21 07:57:4317.9Other-PSNBOSSStuart Parker, Canterbury, New Zealand, reports the discovery of an apparent supernova (red mag 17.9) on a 30-s unfiltered CCD image (limiting mag 19) taken by himself with a 30-cm Astro-Tech AT12RC Ritchey-Chretien astrograph (+ ST10 camera) at his Parkdale Observatory in the course of the Backyard Observatory Supernova Search.Which is 13W"and 1N"of the nucleus of the galaxy NGC1500
Classification Reportings
No Data

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