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AAVSO Special Notice #58

SN 2007gr in NGC 1058
August 16, 2007

As published in CBET 1034 by D. Madison and W. Li,
Supernova 2007gr was discovered at magnitude 13.8 by
KAIT on August 15.53 UT, and is currently at magnitude
13.5 on August 16.47.  It is located in the bright
spiral galaxy NGC 1058, approximately 30 arcseconds
northwest of the nucleus.

The coordinates of the supernova are (J2000):
RA:   02:43:27.98
Dec: +37:20:44.7

We do not currently have a comparison stars for 
this object, but a chart may be plotted using
VSP: http://www.aavso.org/observing/charts/vsp/
Please document any and all comparison stars
used to make visual estimates or perform
instrumental photometry.  We note that NGC 1058
was host to two prior supernovae: SN1961V and
SN1969L.

This special notice was prepared by M. Templeton
and A. Henden.


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