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ASASSN-14lp

Special Notice #393: Correction to Special Notice #392 [ASASSN-14lp]

December 11, 2014: In AAVSO Special Notice #392, the name of the supernova discovered in NGC 4666 was given as ASASSN-141p. It should have been ASASSN-14lp. That is to say, the text following the dash should
be "fourteen ell pee" and not "fourteen one pee".

Please create charts and submit observations using the name ASASSN-14lp.

Sincere apologies for the error!

This AAVSO Special Notice was compiled by Elizabeth O. Waagen.

Special Notice #392: ASASSN-14lp = Type Ia Supernova in NGC 4666 (Virgo)

December 11, 2014: T. W.-S. Holoien et al. announce in The Astronomer's Telegram (ATel) #6795 (http://www.astronomerstelegram.org/?read=6795) the discovery of a transient in NGC 4666 at magnitude 14.3 V on 2014 December 9.61 UT. The discovery was made in the course of the All Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASASSN) search, and the object assigned the name ASASSN-14lp. ASASSN-14lp was not seen (<15.3 V) in poor-quality ASASSN images obtained on 2104 Dec. 08.35 UT.

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