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NGC6217 and supernova 2018gj, UGC10509, 


            Albert van Duin
NGC6217 and supernova 2018gj, UGC10509

NGC6217 and supernova 2018gj, UGC10509

Technical card

Resolution: 3273x2487

Dates:Feb. 20, 2018

Frames: 22x600"

Integration: 3.7 hours

Avg. Moon age: 4.46 days

Avg. Moon phase: 20.86% job: 1936229

RA center: 248.664 degrees

DEC center: 78.165 degrees

Pixel scale: 0.614 arcsec/pixel

Orientation: 267.479 degrees

Field radius: 0.351 degrees

Locations: Edgar Getreuer Observatory, Burlage, Germany

Data source: Own remote observatory

Remote source: Non-commercial independent facility


9 x 600s L, 3 x R , 5 x G and 5 x B. These images were automatically acquired during a night with mediocre skies. Still the result is not too bad... The supernova is the bright star at 5 o'clock seen from the core, at quite some distance from the core, not the three in a row, but the one below them! UGC10509 is the peculiar galaxy near the top of the image.



Albert van Duin
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NGC6217 and supernova 2018gj, UGC10509, 


            Albert van Duin