Supernova SN 2014L in Messier 99: new image (23 Feb. 2014)
After about one month after its official discovery, it was time to look again supernova SN 2014L in Messier 99, the latter being a wonderful face-on spiral galaxy in Coma Berenices.
The PlaneWave 17″ robotic unit took 4, 120 seconds exposures, later averaged, with the final result shown above. The supernova was found at mag. 15.4.
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