Supernova in NGC 4008

I just processed this image taken back on 18th April 2009.  The galaxy in the centre of the field of view is NGC 4008 in Ursa Major and what appears to be a bright nucleus is in fact the supernova (you can check against the NGC/IC catalogue image).  There’s a huge number of galaxies in the background too.

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