Extragalactic Novae - 2001
This data comes from
and occasionally more data will be provided on
Astronomical Headlines page.
An archive of the 2001 updates
to this page is available.
Due to the large number of Extragalactic Novae announced in 2003 I
have decided to give these novae their own archive, so that you don't
need to hunt through the main 2001 supernova archive
to find them.
Please note that I do not keep track of galactic novae.
This is a partial list of the Extragalactic Novae discovered in 2001.
Current Novae can be found on the main page.
Nova M31 2001-12b
M31N 2001-12b, ATEL 2286
M31N 2001-10b, ATEL 1672
Nova M31 2001 3,
discovered 2001/09/02.9 by
Astronomical Observatory G. Colombo
at R.A. = 0h42m34s.55, Decl. = +41o18'13".8
Located 146" west and 124" north of the center of
Mag < 18.0*, Extragalactic Nova
Last modified: Fri Jan 9 15:12:43 EST 2001
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