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    Default Supernova 2018ivc in M77



    Last November 23, a new supernova was discovered called 2018ivc located in the M77 galaxy. Also I tried to resume the event and this is the result. The supernovae are nothing but immense stellar explosions so bright that they can be immortalized even by us astrophiles. They have accustomed us to thinking that everything above us is still and static, but in reality this explosion will generate, in the distant future, other stars, other worlds and maybe another life....

    High resolution here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/144285...in/dateposted/

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    Default Re: Supernova 2018ivc in M77

    Nice catch!

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    Default Re: Supernova 2018ivc in M77

    Michael,
    Great catch!
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    Default Re: Supernova 2018ivc in M77

    Nicely imaged, Michael!
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    Default Re: Supernova 2018ivc in M77

    Great capture! Very well done!
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    Default Re: Supernova 2018ivc in M77

    Hello Michael,

    this is finally a very nice image showing the SN well detached and beyond any doubt.
    Thank you very much for sharing,

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    Default Re: Supernova 2018ivc in M77

    The point of light stands out clearly against the background of the galaxy. Very nicely done!

    And to think, it's just one star...

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