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M60 & NGC4647 w/supernova 2022hrs


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Not my best work but I always like to get out and document any supernovae just for my personal records. I believe this is # 9 for me so far. This was shot from my Bortle 8 backyard through high clouds but it's probably my only opportunity to image this one before it fades away.
20x 60sec ea RGB for 1hr of integration time.
Quick processing in PixInsight before calling it a night.
Koichi Itagaki from Japan discovered this one on April 16th at Mag. 15.0. It brightened up to Mag. 12.4 by the 24th of April and has now faded to Mag. 13.2 as of yesterday, May 26th.

 

Explore Scientific ED152 CF APO
ZWO 2600mmPro
Chroma Filters
TS/Optics 1x Flattener
iOptron CEM70EC mount

Captured with NINA 2.0 RC003

Processed with PixInsight 1.8.9-1

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