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Champagne! Supernova discovered in M61 on May 6th 2020


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I'm absolutely sure that I will never, ever, ever, get the chance to use an Oasis song track in the title of apost again!   I found out that there a supernova had occurred in M61, and wanted

That’s old news 😂 happened 51 million years ago 😁

There's also a new one one in NGC3643 (Leo) that's currently a bit brighter (mag 12) and outshines it's parent galaxy. It's even older at 95 million years.

There's also a new one one in NGC3643 (Leo) that's currently a bit brighter (mag 12) and outshines it's parent galaxy. It's even older at 95 million years.

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25 minutes ago, Clive said:

There's also a new one one in NGC3643 (Leo) that's currently a bit brighter (mag 12) and outshines it's parent galaxy. It's even older at 95 million years.

Didn't know that, thanks Clive

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