SN2024chx Follow-up

Report of the follow-up for SN2024chx

TNS Astronomical Transient Report No. 202060 [ 2024TNSTR.412…1S ]
Date Received (UTC): 2024-02-12 09:15:08
Sender: ZTF (Fritz)
Reporting Group: ZTF Discovery Data Source: ZTF
Jesper Sollerman on behalf of ZTF report/s the discovery of a new astronomical transient.

IAU Designation: SN 2024chx
Discoverer internal name: ZTF24aaemydm
Coordinates (J2000): RA = 09:54:28.517 (148.6188205) DEC = -18:38:10.93 (-18.6363684)
Discovery date: 2024-02-12 06:07:57.999 (JD=2460352.7555324)


Discovery (first detection):
Discovery date: 2024-02-12 06:07:57.999
Flux: 18.2315 ABMag
Filter: g-ZTF
Instrument: ZTF-Cam
Telescope: Palomar 1.2m Oschin

Last non-detection:
Last non-detection date: 2024-02-01 08:56:26
Limiting flux: 19.5925 ABMag
Filter: g-ZTF
Instrument: ZTF-Cam
Telescope: Palomar 1.2m Oschin

Details of the new object can be viewed here:

Light-curve in B,V,R



Thanks a lot for sharing! Great data!
For completeness: the SN on Astro-COLIBRI: SN 2024chx

Did you take that lightcurve? What telescope did you use? And what are the dates of the lightcurve? (the labels on the x-axis seem strange)

yes it’s my LC I took the data from February the 13 to March the 15, the X axis is BJD-TDB each point is a stack of 8 to 12 exposures lasting 300 sec.
my setup is a Planewave cdk17 inches, localize in Chile. Usually I do LC for exoplanets, but I want to work on something different for sometimes.