I’ve been kicking my heels waiting for a clear night since hearing of the new supernova in NGC 4088 a few days back.  By some miracle I have a clear Moonless night tonight (18th April 2009) and I’m locked on and imaging the supernova which is still pretty bright and obvious.  Will try to get at least a couple of hours on this, weather permitting, just so I have it for the records.  A couple of other small galaxies can be seen within the 2.4 x 1.6 degree field of view, but apart from NGC 4088 and the supernova it is a pretty uninteresting region at first sight (might find more hidden in there when processed).

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