Photometry: SN2022ewj/NGC3367

Image Info:
Object: SN2022ewj/NGC3357
DATE-OBS: 2022-03-28.66470
EXPTIME(Seconds): 1800
SUBFRMS: 12
OBJCTRA: 10 46 34.63
OBJCTDEC: +13 45 16.6
Binning: 1 X 1
Plate Scale: 1.04″ /Pixel
Orientation: North Right/ East Up
Catalogs & Filter Magnitude Results:
Astrometry Catalog: ATLAS
Photometry Catalog: ATLAS
Imaging Filter: Luminance
Photometry Mag: +14.6 I Band
Instruments:
CCD: KAF-11002M (9.0µm x 9.0µm)
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
PRiSMv11, Tycho9.0.1
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory, India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory
VS Observatory
Remark:
Sky Clear

Photometry: NGTS-5b

Exo-Planet, Class confirmed:
NGTS-5b
Imaged/Calibration/Image solve:
PRiSM v11
Photometry and Data Fitting:
HOPS 3.0.5/Platform: Python 3.7.6
Instrument:
CCD: SX-35 Trius mono
FILTERS: Luminance
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory India, VS Observatory India
Remark:
Sky Clear

Photometry: Qatar-8b

Exo-Planet, Class confirmed:
Qatar-8b
Imaged/Calibration/Image solve:
PRiSM v11
Photometry and Data Fitting:
HOPS 3.0.5/Platform: Python 3.7.6
Instrument:
CCD: SX-35 Trius mono
FILTERS: Luminance
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory India, VS Observatory India
Remark:
Sky Clear

Photometry: V704 AND

Image Info:
Object: V704 AND
DATE-OBS: 2022-02-12.61896
EXPTIME(Seconds): 720
SUBFRMS: 6
OBJCTRA: 20 44 57.57
OBJCTDEC: +43 31 22.3
Binning: 1 X 1
Plate Scale: 1.04″ /Pixel
Orientation: North UP/ East Left
Catalogs & Filter Magnitude Results:
Astrometry Catalog: ATLAS
Photometry Catalog: ATLAS
Imaging Filter: Luminance
Photometry Mag: +16.2(+/-0.2) V Band
Instruments:
CCD: KAF-11002M (9.0µm x 9.0µm)
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
PRiSMv11, Tycho8.7.1
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory, India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory
VS Observatory
Remark:
Sky Clear

Photometry: ASASSAN-22bs

Image Info:
Object: ASASSAN-22bs
DATE-OBS: 2022-02-11.63326
EXPTIME(Seconds): 4980
SUBFRMS: 83
OBJCTRA: 07 04 04.60
OBJCTDEC: -20 14 21.60
Binning: 1 X 1
Plate Scale: 1.04″ /Pixel
Orientation: North UP/ East Left
Catalogs & Filter Magnitude Results:
Astrometry Catalog: Gaia EDR3
Photometry Catalog: Gaia EDR3
Imaging Filter: Luminance
Photometry Mag: +12.88 Gaia Broadband
Instruments:
CCD: KAF-11002M (9.0µm x 9.0µm)
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
PRiSMv11, Tycho8.7.1
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory, India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory
VS Observatory
Remark:
Sky Clear

ASASSAN-22bs (Palomer Sky Survey data overlay)

Hubble’s variable nebula

Image Info:
Object: Hubble’s variable nebula
DATE-OBS: 2022-02-06T14:38:58.416000
EXPTIME(Seconds): 3960
SUBFRMS: 22
OBJCTRA: 06 39 13.980
OBJCTDEC: +08 43 06.10
Binning: 1 X 1
Plate Scale: 1.04″ /Pixel
Orientation: North UP/ East Left
Catalogs & Filter Magnitude Results:
Astrometry Catalog: Gaia EDR3
Photometry Catalog: Gaia EDR3
Imaging Filter: Luminance
Photometry Mag: +*.* Gaia Broadband
Instruments:
CCD: KAF-11002M (9.0µm x 9.0µm)
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
PRiSMv11, Tycho8.7.1
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory, India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory
VS Observatory
Remark:
Sky Clear

Hubble’s variable nebula is named (like the Hubble telescope itself) after the American astronomer Edwin P. Hubble, who carried out some of the early studies of this object. It is a fan-shaped cloud of gas and dust which is illuminated by R Monocerotis (R Mon), the bright star at the bottom end of the nebula. Dense condensations of dust near the star cast shadows out into the nebula, and as they move the illumination changes, giving rise to the variations first noted by Hubble. The star itself, lying about 2,500 light-years from Earth, cannot be seen directly, but only through light scattered off of dust particles in the surrounding nebula. R Mon is believed to have a mass of about 10 times that of the Sun, and to have an age of only 300,000 years. There is probably a symmetrical counterpart of the fan-shaped nebula on the southern side of the star, but it is heavily obscured from view by dust lying between this lobe and our line of sight. By: https://hubblesite.org

Comet 19P Borrelly

Image Info:
Object: Comet 19P Borrelly
DATE-OBS: 2022-02-02.58957
EXPTIME(Seconds): 3240
SUBFRMS: 27
OBJCTRA: 01 29 39.88
OBJCTDEC: 05 22 28.2
Binning: 1 X 1
Plate Scale: 1.04″ /Pixel
Orientation: North UP/ East Left
Catalogs & Filter Magnitude Results:

Astrometry Catalog: Gaia EDR3
Photometry Catalog: Gaia EDR3
Imaging Filter: Luminance
Photometry Mag: +11.1 Gaia Broadband
Instruments:
CCD: KAF-11002M (9.0µm x 9.0µm)
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
PRiSMv11, Tycho8.7.1
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory, India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory
VS Observatory
Remark:
Sky Clear

Photometry: WASP-183b

Exo-Planet, Class confirmed:
WASP-183b
Imaged/Calibration/Image solve:
PRiSM v11
Photometry and Data Fitting:
HOPS 3.0.5/Platform: Python 3.7.6
Instrument:
CCD: SX-35 Trius mono
FILTERS: Luminance
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory India, VS Observatory India
Remark:
Sky Clear

WAPS-183b Plot

Asteroid (7482) 1994 PC1

Image Info:
Object: Asteroid (7482) 1994 PC1
DATE-OBS: 2022-01-18.59238
EXPTIME(Seconds): 195
SUBFRMS: 39
OBJCTRA: 02 34 23.93
OBJCTDEC: -08 17 53.6
Binning: 1 X 1
Plate Scale: 1.03″ /Pixel
Orientation: North UP/ East Left
Catalogs & Filter Magnitude Results:

Astrometry Catalog: UCAC4
Photometry Catalog: ATLAS
Imaging Filter: Luminance
Photometry Mag: +10.1 R-band
Instruments:
CCD: KAF-11002 (9.0µm x 9.0µm)
TELESCOPE: C11, 1792.0mm
PRiSMv11, Tycho8.7.1
Site:
ORIGIN: Cepheid Observatory, India
SITELAT: +24:55:00:00
SITELONG:+75:33:58:99
Observers:
Cepheid Observatory
VS Observatory
Remark:
Sky Clear