Library image; does not depict newly discovered supernova. © Tom Boles

Supernova SN2014cx discovered

Dominic Ford, Editor
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A new supernova has been reported in the galaxy NGC 337. It has received the designation SN2014cx.

The supernova is reported to be a Type II P event.

The coordinates of the supernova are right ascension 00h59m40s; declination -07°34'.

The sky on 02 September 2014
Sunrise
06:09
Sunset
19:16
Twilight ends
20:56
Twilight begins
04:30

8-day old moon
Waxing Crescent

46%

8 days old

Planets
Rise Culm. Set
Mercury 07:56 13:59 20:01
Venus 04:56 11:52 18:47
Moon 14:05 18:58 23:51
Mars 12:28 17:15 22:02
Jupiter 03:36 10:49 18:02
Saturn 11:55 17:01 22:07
All times shown in EDT.

Source

The data presented here was taken from the Open Supernova Catalog.

The circumstances of this supernova were calculated using data from the following papers: , 2016MNRAS.459.3939V, 2014Ap&SS.354...89B, 2016arXiv160708526C, 2014CBET.3963....1N, 2014ATel.6436....1H.

Image credit

Library image; does not depict newly discovered supernova. © Tom Boles

Cambridge

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42.38°N
71.11°W
EDT

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