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Notes for object SN 1960L

3 note(s) found in NED.


1. 1999A&AS..138..253B
Re:SN 1960L
NGC 7177 - SNe 1960L, 1976E: at the location of SN 1960L some patches
are seen. A blue one is seen at the location of the supernova, brighter
than a 5{sigma} detection. As already discussed the position of
SN 1960L is accurately known from Porter (1993) and thus the
identification of a blue patch at the location of the supernova is of
great interest and calls for further investigation. At the site of
SN 1976E a very bright and red compact object is observed. SN 1960L is
classified as a candidate (see Table 3).

2. 1999A&AS..138..253B
Re:SN 1960L
NGC 7177 - SNe 1960L, 1976E: at the location of SN 1960L some patches
are seen as in the JKT observations. A blue one is seen at the location
of the supernova and is within a 3{sigma} detection limit. SN 1960L is
classified as a candidate (see Table 3).

3. 1961PASP...73..175H
Re:SN 1960L
No. 14. Appeared 6" east and 54" south of the nucleus of the small bright Sb
galaxy NGC 7177. No prediscovery plate. Visible August 14 through December 1960.
Near plate limit January 12, 1961. The uncorrected redshift of NGC 7177 is +1100
km/sec (Humason).


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