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Old 16-04-2024, 10:30 PM
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SN2024ggi in NGC 3621

Hello everyone,
Does anyone still do spectroscopy. There is a young type 2 SN2024ggi in NGC 3621. I thought this would be a good target. Would be interested to see your results, Rob
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Mag 12 is a bit too faint for me unfortunately. Hoping to get a spectrum of comet 12P/Pons-Brooks after the Moon moves back. Thanks for the heads-up!

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Yep, possibly too dark for spectroscopy...
I may try next weekend with my contraption (based on SA100), long exposure and relying on the RA drift (Moon rate), but I doubt it will be of any use, especially because of relatively crowded star field.

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Old 04-05-2024, 11:08 PM
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If you get any data Bojan, please post it. I saw some interesting spectroscopy of this on Transient name server showing it to be a SN type2 with interesting H spikes. Rob
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