Very bright supernova Sn2019NP in NGC 3254 is now visible - it only took 100 million years for the light to get here.
This is one raw image (no calibration) taken last night with 4 inch apo and Canon 60D. Looks around 13th mag and is actually brighter than the core of the whole galaxy. Should be easily detectable in the smallest of scopes.
For those interested in imaging and image processing with DSLR, CCD, webcam or film.
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