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Supernova in M82

Started by AlanFrench, 01/22/2014 08:24AM
Posted 01/22/2014 08:24AM | Edited 01/22/2014 08:26AM Opening Post

Clear skies, Alan
Posted 01/24/2014 09:49AM #1
I saw the supernova from my backyard two nights ago, Wednesday jan 22, in the 8se. pretty bright and easily seen from my low power 32mm Zhumell to my barlowed 19mm Panoptic. fantastic view of such awesome event.
Posted 01/27/2014 04:54PM #2
Got to peek at it last night from the front yard. Setup the SkyWatcher 120ED on a WO EZ Touch and plopped in the 13mm Ethos.
Panned up to 23UMa and star-hopped from there over to M81/M82. The Supernova was an easy spot in M82.


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