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(IAAC) And another (possible?) supernova - in M74??



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Interesting to have two such events (this and the one in UGC 9299 in
Virgo) within range of relatively small amateur scopes at once!
Clear skies,
Lew Gramer
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      1. SN 2002AP and V2540 in Ophiuchus
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   Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 09:45:26 -0000
   From: "davejm28" <djm28@psu.edu>
Subject: SN 2002AP and V2540 in Ophiuchus
Greetings,
A supernova was discovered in M74 on January 29th (see                
http://www.rochesterastronomy.org/supernova.html#2002ap). There's     
a finder chart for SN 2002AP at 
http://www.aavso.org/charts/PSC/SN2002AP/
Nova Ophiuchui 2002 has been renamed V2450. A finder chart can be 
found at http://www.aavso.org/charts/OPH/V2540_OPH/
Dave Mitsky
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