New SuperNova SN2011DH in M51
Discovered June 2nd 2011 by Frenchman A Roui, imaged night of June 3rd, 2011 from SM observatory campus using 8" AstroTech RC at F8, using an Atik 16HRC camera and a QLabs CCD guider on a Orion Deluxe Off-Axis guider. Mount hypertuned CGEM. (Insert Picture taken by Simon Porter at home, January 22nd 2010 for comparison)

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Date Saturday, June 04 2011 @ 07:12 PM EDT
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It simply forecasts when the exploding remains will be visible on Earth. To find when the remains will be visible on Earth, you need to find an intense gamma ray burst in the night sky. Thanks. Regards, cfa questions