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Supernova SN2022ewj - 23.4.2022 at 00.48 - 23.4.2022 at 01.09 Orimattila, Artjärvi, Tähtikallio Observation number 106711

Visibility IV / V

NGC 3367 SN2022ewj Type II supernova was filmed on the first night of the April 2022 work. The lion's NGC 3367 is 120 million years old. away, several supernova eruptions have occurred in this galaxy. Source Wikipedia The last Supernova was discovered by the Japanese Koichi Itagaki at the Itagaki Astronomical Observatory on March 19, 2022, in the spiral galaxy NGC 3367. Koichi Itagaki has found 3 asteroids as well as comets C / 2009 E1 (Itagaki) and again 205P / Giacobini. Source Wikipedia Previously, we photographed a supernova in March 2022, a week after its discovery.

1Picture. Summapino 11x120s Supernova measured, 10h46m34.67s + 13d45'16.3 "15.877mag Std Dev 131.337 SNR79.486 FWHM6.630".

2Picture. In the picture, the motion of other objects, Asteroid (108196) 2001 HW20 19.425mag, is shown. Asteroid (97634) 2000 EQ154 19.456mag, hard to see at the edge of the image area. Galaxy NGC 3377 .TYC 852-673-1 v.12.52mag stars used for brightness measurement calibration.

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  • Observation target
    • Supernova
  • Designation
    • SN2022ewj
  • Constellation
    • Leo
  • Brightness in magnitudes
    • 15.877
Technical information

Alluna RC16, C415 / 3320, Moravian G4-16000EC MkII, filter L, bin3 11 x 120s

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