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Old 09-05-2024, 01:38 PM
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SN/2025ggi

Although this doesnít look like much and its not a great image, itís a big deal for me as I have wanted to grab one of these since i was a kid.
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Type II Supernova designated SN/2024ggi in the Southern Cross Galaxy NGC 3621, it was discovered on the 11/04/24 by ATLAS.

Taken with an old 80mm WO Megrez and optolong L-pro filter from bortle 7-8 Perth
Not the best scope for this and i will try again with the 10" Newtonian if it stays around until it clears here

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Old 09-05-2024, 06:44 PM
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Nice one Tony

It amazes me that we can see them at all!
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Old 09-05-2024, 07:02 PM
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Great shot, Tony. Can't wait to see how the 10" Newt photo turns out.
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