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1999IAUC.7316A...1W Circular No. 7316 Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION SUPERNOVA 1999ga IN NGC 2442 S. Woodings, R. Martin, and A. Williams, Perth Observatory, report their discovery of an apparent supernova (R about 18) on Nov. 19.76 UT in the course of the Perth Astronomy Research Group's automated supernova search with the Perth-Lowell 0.61-m reflector. The last previous image of the field was taken on 1999 Apr. 30, with no object visible at the position of SN 1999ga to mag about 19. J. Biggs and A. Verveer provide the following position for SN 1999ga from two unfiltered CCD images obtained on Nov. 22.54 with the 0.25-m Mike Candy Telescope at Perth Observatory: R.A. = 7h36m16s.70 +/- 0s.03, Decl. = -69o33'21".8 +/- 0".4 (equinox 2000.0; GSC reference stars), which is about 38" west and 91" south of the center of NGC 2442; the magnitude of the new star was estimated as 18.5 +/- 1. 1999 November 23 (7316) Daniel W. E. Green
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