La Supernova 1999ed dans UGC 3555

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Extrait de la Circulaire IAUC 7271

SUPERNOVA 1999ed IN UGC 3555
M. Modjaz and W. D. Li, University of California at Berkeley (UCB), on behalf of the Lick Observatory Supernova Search (cf. IAUC
6627, 7126), report their discovery of an apparent supernova (mag about 17.8) on Oct. 5.5 UT with the 0.8-m Katzman Automatic Imaging
Telescope (KAIT). SN 1999ed is located at R.A. = 6h50m00s.95, Decl. = +25o37'54".5 (equinox 2000.0), which is 17".4 east and 9".0
south of the nucleus of UGC 3555. A KAIT image taken on 1998 Nov. 21 showed nothing at the position of SN 1999ed (limiting mag 19.5).
Q. Y. Qiao, Y. L. Qiu, and J. Y. Hu, Beijing Astronomical Observatory (BAO), report the independent discovery of this object
during the course of the BAO Supernova Survey. It was found (mag about 18.5) in an unfiltered CCD image taken on Oct. 6.88 UT with
the BAO 0.6-m telescope, and confirmed in an image taken on Oct. 7.83. CCD frames taken on Mar. 28.53 (limiting mag about 19.0)
showed nothing at the position of the supernova.

Voir l'Image de la supernova dans UGC 3555

Voir  la carte de champ de UGC 3555

 Le suivi en images de la SN1999ed dans UGC 3555


Image de Jean marie LLAPASSET (Observatoire 635 Perpignan), le 991010.121 : s99edLA1

Image de Jean marie LLAPASSET (Observatoire 635 Perpignan), le 991010.102 : s99edLA2

 Image de Robin CHASSAGNE (Observatoire 173 St Clothilde, La REUNION) : S99EDCH1

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