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 Possible Supernova in NGC1028

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PostSubject: Possible Supernova in NGC1028   Possible Supernova in NGC1028 Icon_minitimeWed Jan 21, 2009 1:08 pm

A possible magnitude 17.5 supernova, 2009M, was discovered on the 20th January 2009 in the spiral galaxy NGC 1028, in the constellation Aries.
The supernova is located 8".8 west and 10".0 south from the nucleus.
As yet the Type is unknown

Position(2000): RA = 02h 39m 36.57s ±0.03", Dec = +10° 50' 27.40" ±0.05"
z = 0.028653
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