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CBAT "Transient Object Followup Reports"

PSN J11185695+1303494

PSN J11185695+1303494   2013 03 21.6375*  11 18 56.95 +13 03 49.4  15.6 U   15E 102S  M65       0 0

2013 03 21.637

Discovered by M. Sugano, Kakogawa, Hyogo-ken, Japan using 0.35-m f/11.0 Schmidt-Cassegrain + unfiltered CCD, which was confirmed on following ten frames taken during about one hour after discovery. Measurement has been done by K. Kadota, Ageo. Nothing is visible at this location on a frame taken on 2012 Dec. 10 UT (limit mag. wasn't reported).

2013 03 22.11591

This object was observed by Federica Luppi and Luca Buzzi from Schiaparelli Observatory, Varese, Italy. In a stack of images totalling 5 minutes of unfiltered exposure time, the object has position end figures 56s.93, 50".1 and magnitude 16.4. Image posted at URL http://www.astrogeo.va.it/pub/TOCP/PSN_M65.jpg

2013 03 22.809

This transient was observed by Gianluca Masi and Stefano Giovanardi, remotely using the 17"-f/6.8 robotic unit part of the Virtual Telescope Project in Ceccano, Italy. We obtained several, 90-sec exposures (unfiltered) and confirm the presence of the source. We provide the following magnitude, based on R-mags for 10 reference stars from the UCAC-4 catalogue: 16.4. We performed astrometry too, with the following end figures: RA: 56.92s; decl.: 50.0 (J2000.0)

2013 03 22.744

Mag.= 15.8, position end figures 56s.93, 49".3 observed by T. Noguchi, Chiba-ken, Japan, from a frame (limit mag.= 17.0) exposed by 40-s using 0.23-m f/6.3 Schmidt-Cassegrain + unfiltered CCD. Position and magnitude were measured from UCAC3. See an image at http://park8.wakwak.com/~ngc/images/PSNinM65.jpg.

2013 03 23.49108

Mag.= 15.8 R using 0.3-m f/7 reflector + CCD (SBIG STL-1001E) at Osaki Japan (D95). Position and magnitude were measured on an image composed from 6-frames which were taken by each 60-seconds exposure under the limit magnitude = 17.5. Observer T. Yusa, Y. Suzuki, K .Kato, Osaki, Japan. Position and magnitude was measured using UCAC-3

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