Object name: NGC5425
Designation(s): NGC5425, SN3002ck,
SN 2011ck was discovered by Jack Newton and Tim Puckett May 12, 2011 at magnitude 15.9. I imaged it June 2 and get a magnitude of 16.6. The image was taken on 2011, June, 2.26 If correct it is fading. SN2011by and SN2011dh were quite blue, this one shows a reddish color. Like the one in M51 it is listed as type IIP. The supernova is in NGC 5425, a galaxy about 100 million light years away in Ursa Major. NED classes it as Sd while the NGC project says Sc. These indicate widely spaced arms. While seen rather edge on the arms are hard to detect. I have trouble seeing them as this wide.
Related Designation(s):2MASS J14004767+4826382, 2MASX J14004767+4826378, 2MASXi J1400478+482636, 2MFGC 11336, CGCG 1358.8+4841, CGCG 247-002, IRAS F13588+4841, KIG 0604:[VOV2007] 051, LDCE 1043 NED004, LGG 372:[G93] 001, MAPS-NGP O_175_0963155, MCG +08-26-001, NFGS 148, NGC 5425, NGC5425, NSA 144266, PGC 049889, SDSS J140047.67+482637.8, SN3002ck, UGC 08933, UZC J140047.7+482638, [M98j] 215 NED01,