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2005IAUC.8604....1B - IAU Circ., 8604, 1 (2005/September-0)

Supernovae 2005ej, 2005ek, 2005el, 2005em.

BOLES T. (LOSS/KAIT), KHANDRIKA H., MADISON D.R., BAEK M., SHIMASAKI K. and LI W.

Abstract (from CDS):

Four new apparent supernovae have been discovered on unfiltered CCD images: 2005ej by T. Boles (Coddenham, England, 0.35-m reflector), and the rest by LOSS/KAIT (via H. Khandrika, D. R. Madison, M. Baek, K. Shimasaki, and W. Li; cf. IAUC 8602). SN 2005 UT R.A. (2000.0) Decl. Mag. Offset 2005ej Sep. 23.89 18 53 38.48 +66 13 59.3 17.4 12".1 E, 3".4 N 2005ek Sep. 24.53 3 05 48.96 +36 46 10.6 17.5 66".5 E, 60" S 2005el Sep. 19.48 5 11 48.72 + 5 11 39.4 18.7 39" E, 22".6 S 2005em Sep. 27.44 3 13 47.71 - 0 14 37.0 18.1 38" E, 7".9 S Approximate magnitudes from the respective observers: SN 2005ej, 1991 Aug. 31, [21.0 (Digitized Sky Survey, red); 1992 June 29, [20.5 (DSS, blue); 2005 May 17, [19.5; July 17, [19.5; Sept. 24.812, 17.4. SN 2005ek in UGC 2526, Sept. 18.51, [19; 25.37, 17.3. SN 2005el in NGC 1819, Sept. 14.50, [19; 25.47, 16.0. SN 2005em in IC 307, Sept. 2.43, [19.5; 28.38, 18.0.

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Nomenclature: [BKM2005] JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s N=1.

Simbad objects: 8

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