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PSN J13560419-4335099

PSN J13560419-4335099   2014 05 06.1566*  13 56 04.19 -43 35 09.9  16.9 R   12E  36S  P547157   2 2



2014 05 06.1566

E. Conseil on behalf of the TAROT Collaboration reports the discovery of an apparent supernova (mag R about 16.9 +/- 0.4) on 2014-05-06.1566 using public images of the 0.25m robotic telescope TAROT La Silla observatory, Chile. SN is located at about R.A. = 13h56m04.19s, Decl. = -43o35'09.9" (equinox J2000.0), which is 12" E and 36" S from the nucleus of PGC547157 (13h56m03.59s -43o34'34.0"). The supernova does not appear in an image taken 2014-05-21.1927




2014 05 08.1586

The object is visible on another image taken 2014-05-08.1586 using public images of the 0.25m robotic telescope TAROT La Silla observatory, Chile. (mag R about 16.6 +/- 0.3). Erratum on previous message : The supernova does not appear in an image taken 2014-04-21.1927




2014 05 09.548

M. Locke and A. Cotiga confirm the presence of this object in a series of images taken at Canterbury Astronomical Society's observatory, Christchurch, New Zealand. The data is unsuitable for photometry. Image is at https://www.flickr.com/photos/malclocke/14142464192/




2014 05 10.4359

This PSN is visible on a luminance image taken by P. Stewart using a WO FLT132 132mm APO refractor and Camera QSI583WSG at the upside down observatory, Timaru, New Zealand. Image is at https://www.flickr.com/photos/astrostew/14156197234/



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