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N 5 B 242 C 0 E May 6, 2021 F May 6, 2021
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I am sending you the photo of the SN 2021hpr.
Taken on May 5, 2021.
Newton telescope 0.15 x 0.75
CCD Atik-16.
Greetings.

Felipe Peña

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N 1 B 183 C 0 E May 6, 2021 F May 6, 2021
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Please find attached an image of SN 2021fxy (arrowed) in NGC 5018 (Vir).

Image taken with iTelescope.net T11 telescope (51-cm reflector at F/4.5) at Mayhill (New Mexico, USA) with V filter.

Reference star magnitudes from APASS.

3-minute exposure at 06h29 UT on 2021 May 05 : 2021/05/05.270 UT

SN is at magnitude 15.7 V .



Cheers

Jean-Claude Merlin

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N 1 B 161 C 0 E May 6, 2021 F May 6, 2021
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Please find attached an image of AT2021kgj in NGC 4188 (Crv).

Image taken with iTelescope.net T11 telescope (51-cm reflector at F/4.5) at Mayhill (New Mexico, USA) with V filter.

Reference star magnitudes from APASS.

3-minute exposure at 06h21 UT on 2021 May 05 : 2021/05/05.264 UT

AT2021kgj is at magnitude 16.8 V .



Cheers

Jean-Claude Merlin

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N 1 B 119 C 0 E May 6, 2021 F May 6, 2021
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Please find attached an image of SN 2021hiz (arrowed) in IC 3322A (Vir).

Image taken with iTelescope.net T11 telescope (51-cm reflector at F/4.5) at Mayhill (New Mexico, USA) with V filter.

Reference star magnitudes from APASS.

3-minute exposure at 06h12 UT on 2021 May 05 : 2021/05/05.258 UT

SN is at magnitude 14.1 V .



Cheers

Jean-Claude Merlin

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N 2 B 84 C 0 E May 5, 2021 F May 6, 2021
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I have attached an LRGB-image of SN 2021hiz in IC 3322A taken
on 20210505.17 (~ 04 h UTC) with the T11-Teleskope of iTelescope.net
in New Mexico, USA.

For the magnitude of SN2021hiz I took 3 5-minutes exposures with the G-filter.
The result is: about 14.25 mag G.

(The reference stars were taken from wikisky.)


Greetings

Paul Heuwinkel

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