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PNV J20145000+1903300

PNV J20145000+1903300   2015 03 21.758 *  20 14 50.00 +19 03 30.0   8.5 U             Sge       5 0



2015 03 21.758

Discovered A. Tago, Okayama-ken, Japan, on two frames using a Digital camera + 105-mm f/3.2 lens. There is no information about the past frame. Position end figures 02s.84, 25".0 +/- 5" from two JPEG frames measured by Nakano.




2015 03 21.758

Sorry position from JPEG frames is 20h 14m 52s.98, +19o 03' 52".2, +/-5" correctly.




2015 03 21.09

There is no trace of any object at this position down to limiting magnitude R=12.9 on four consecutive 60s patrol images, taken on 2015 Mar. 21.090-21.093UT with 105mm, f/4 lens + CCD + Rc filter. H. Mikuz, Crni Vrh Observatory, Slovenia.




2015 03 22.4543

There is no object at this position on two images (limiting mag V=16.0 and R=16.5) taken on 2015 Mar. 22.454UT with 0.50-m f/6.8 astrograph + CCD + f/4.5 focal reducer, Mayhill, USA. T. Yusa, Osaki, Japan.




2015 03 22.4357

NO new object in an area of 60x60 arcminutes (imaged through a 0.10-m f/5.0 astrograph + CCD, remotely from Mayhill, USA on 2015, March 22.4357) centered on RA 20h 14m 53.00s DEC +19° 03' 52.0" (blinking my new image with an archive POSS plate) down to limiting unfiltered magnitude ~15. Observer: Ernesto Guido




2015 03 21.782

Although PNV was taken on two different frames, but T. Kojima has found nothing at discovery position.



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