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2006IAUC.8733....1L - IAU Circ., 8733, 1 (2006/July-0)

Supernovae 2006du, 2006dv, 2006dw.

LUCKAS P., TRONDAL O., SCHWARTZ M., PUCKETT T., PEOPLES M., LEE N. and LI W.

Abstract (from CDS):

Three additional apparent supernovae have been discovered on unfiltered CCD images: 2006du by P. Luckas, O. Trondal, and M. Schwartz (0.35-m telescope, Perth; cf. IAUC 8713), 2006dv by T. Puckett and M. Peoples (0.50-m reflector, Ellijay, GA; cf. IAUC 8716), and 2006dt by N. Lee and W. Li (via LOSS/KAIT; cf. IAUC 8732). SN 2006 UT R.A. (2000.0) Decl. Mag. Offset 2006du July 18.9 0 05 12.26 -11 29 23.6 17.0 13".2 W, 45".6 N 2006dv July 20.32 23 15 53.06 + 5 07 50.2 17.7 1".3 W, 6".9 N 2006dw July 23.25 16 17 43.29 +34 57 55.1 15.8 3".5 W, 1".7 N Additional magnitudes for 2006du in IC 1529: 1983 Oct. 1, [21.0 (Digitized Sky Survey); 2006 June 10.8 UT, [18.0 (Luckas); July 22.9, 16.7 (Luckas). Additional magnitudes for 2006dv in UGC 12461: 2005 Aug. 9, [19.4; 2006 July 24.31, 17.5. Additional magnitudes for 2006dw: July 12.24, [19.5; 16.26, 18.3. The nucleus of the apparent host galaxy of 2006dw is located 37" east and 142" south of the center of NGC 6109.

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Nomenclature: [LTS2006b] JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s N=1.

Simbad objects: 7

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