SN 1996an in NGC1084
Position: 2 46 00.83 -07 34 20.3 [2000.0]
S. Nakano, Sumoto, Japan, reports the discovery by Masakatsu Aoki,
Tsukioka-cho, Toyama, of a supernova (mag 14) in NGC 1084, found on
CCD frames taken on July 27.772 UT with a 0.43-m f/5 reflector.
Y. Kushida, Yatsugatake South Base Observatory, provides the
following precise position from Aoki's exposure for SN 1996an:
R.A. = 2h46m00s.83, Decl. = -7o34'20".3 (equinox 2000.0),
which is 15" east and 22" north of the centre of NGC 1084.
R.Kushida (Yatsugatake) reports that a frame taken on 1995 Dec. 21
shows no star at the position of SN 1996an. SN 1963P also appeared
in NGC 1084.
IAUC 6442 (extract)
1996 September 13. Image by Mark Armstrong.