Conferences

2014

International Meteor Conference 2014,  Giron,  France

International Meteor Conference 2014, Giron, France

2013

IMC2013

International Meteor Conference 2013, Poznan, Poland

2012

IMC2012

International Meteor Conference 2012, Santa Cruz de La Palma, La Palma, Spain

2011

IMC2011

International Meteor Conference 2011, Sibiu, Romania

2010

IMC2010

International Meteor Conference 2010, Armagh, Northern Ireland, UK

MACE2010

Meeting on Asteroids and Comets in Europe 2010, Višnjan, Croatia

2009

IMC2009

International Meteor Conference 2009, Poreč, Croatia

Konferencije

2014

International Meteor Conference 2014,  Giron,  France

International Meteor Conference 2014, Giron, France

2013

IMC2013

International Meteor Conference 2013, Poznan, Poljska

2012

IMC2012

International Meteor Conference 2012, Santa Cruz de La Palma, La Palma, Španjolska

2011

IMC2011

International Meteor Conference 2011, Sibiu, Rumunjska

2010

IMC2010

International Meteor Conference 2010, Armagh, Sjeverna Irska, Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo

MACE2010

Meeting on Asteroids and Comets in Europe 2010, Višnjan, Hrvatska

2009

IMC2009

International Meteor Conference 2009, Poreč, Hrvatska

Discovered supernovae

2010-2013

  • 19Confirmed
  • 8Possible

2013

  • 3Confirmed
2013ci (= PSN J17045368+0907596), CBET 3515 	discovered 2013/05/04.076 by LSSS-SSPFound in PGC 1360168 at R.A. = 17h04m53s.68, Decl. = +09°07'59".6Located 6" east and 10" north of the center of PGC 1360168Mag 17.1:5/4, Type Ia (z=0.036) (References:  ATEL 5050 (  ATEL 5048 corrected) CBAT TOCP)

2013ci (= PSN J17045368+0907596), CBET 3515 discovered 2013/05/04.076 by LSSS-SSPFound in PGC 1360168 at R.A. = 17h04m53s.68, Decl. = +09°07’59".6Located 6" east and 10" north of the center of PGC 1360168Mag 17.1:5/4, Type Ia (z=0.036) (References: ATEL 5050 ( ATEL 5048 corrected) CBAT TOCP)

2013dv (= PSN J17031073+2726539), CBET 3580 discovered 2013/07/02.911 by LSSS-SSP Found in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. =  17h03m10s.73, Decl. = +27°26'53".9  Located 0" east and 8" north of the center of the host galaxy Mag 18.4:7/2, Type Ia (z=0.057) (References: CBAT TOCP)

2013dv (= PSN J17031073+2726539), CBET 3580 discovered 2013/07/02.911 by LSSS-SSP Found in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 17h03m10s.73, Decl. = +27°26’53".9 Located 0" east and 8" north of the center of the host galaxy Mag 18.4:7/2, Type Ia (z=0.057) (References: CBAT TOCP)

2013ew (= PSN J22100969+1116479), CBET 3629 discovered 2013/08/13.901 by LSSS-SSP Found in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 22h10m09s.69, Decl. = +11°16'47".9 Located 25" east and 20".5 north of the center of the host galaxy Mag 18.6:8/15, Type Ia-91T (z=0.056) (References: CBAT TOCP)

2013ew (= PSN J22100969+1116479), CBET 3629 discovered 2013/08/13.901 by LSSS-SSP Found in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 22h10m09s.69, Decl. = +11°16’47".9 Located 25" east and 20".5 north of the center of the host galaxy Mag 18.6:8/15, Type Ia-91T (z=0.056) (References: CBAT TOCP)

  • 4Possible
PSN J15211341+1415049, CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/07/03.923 by LSSS-SSPFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 15h21m13s.41, Decl. = +14°15'04".9Located 10" east and 4" south of the center of the host galaxyMag 18.1:7/14 (17.2:7/3), Type unknown

PSN J15211341+1415049, CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/07/03.923 by LSSS-SSPFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 15h21m13s.41, Decl. = +14°15’04".9Located 10" east and 4" south of the center of the host galaxyMag 18.1:7/14 (17.2:7/3), Type unknown

PSN J22544912+1923556 (= LSQ13bka), CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/08/07 by LSSS-SSP; La Silla-QUESTFound in CGCG 453-22 at R.A. = 22h54m49s.12, Decl. = +19°23'55".6  (= PGC 69986)Located 3".9 west and 13".7 north of the center of CGCG 453-22Mag  18.9:8/10, Type Ia (z=0.07) (References:  ATEL 5270)

PSN J22544912+1923556 (= LSQ13bka), CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/08/07 by LSSS-SSP; La Silla-QUESTFound in CGCG 453-22 at R.A. = 22h54m49s.12, Decl. = +19°23’55".6 (= PGC 69986)Located 3".9 west and 13".7 north of the center of CGCG 453-22Mag 18.9:8/10, Type Ia (z=0.07) (References: ATEL 5270)

PSN J00052018+3259221 (= PSN J00051786+3238326), CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/08/10.993 by LSSS-SSP Found in CGCG 498-76 at R.A. = 00h05m20s.18, Decl. = +32°59'22".1  (= PGC 2019681)Located 4".4 west and 5".9 north of the center of CGCG 498-76 Mag 18.7:9/3 (18.3:8/10), Type unknown (z=0.035188)

PSN J00052018+3259221 (= PSN J00051786+3238326), CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/08/10.993 by LSSS-SSP Found in CGCG 498-76 at R.A. = 00h05m20s.18, Decl. = +32°59’22".1 (= PGC 2019681)Located 4".4 west and 5".9 north of the center of CGCG 498-76 Mag 18.7:9/3 (18.3:8/10), Type unknown (z=0.035188)

PSN J04030754-0237031, CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/09/08.174 by LSSS-SSP Found in MCG +0-11-8 at R.A. =  04h03m07s.54, Decl. = -02°37'03".1  (= PGC 014363) Located 8" east and 5" north of the center of MCG +0-11-8 Mag 17.8:9/8, Type unknown

PSN J04030754-0237031, CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/09/08.174 by LSSS-SSP Found in MCG +0-11-8 at R.A. = 04h03m07s.54, Decl. = -02°37’03".1 (= PGC 014363) Located 8" east and 5" north of the center of MCG +0-11-8 Mag 17.8:9/8, Type unknown

2011

  • 4Confirmed
2011ak, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/09.031 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in UGC 6997 at R.A. = 12h00m49s.46, Decl. = +31°52'49".7 Located 16".2 west and 8".1 north of the center of Mag 16.9, Type IIP

2011ak, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/09.031 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in UGC 6997 at R.A. = 12h00m49s.46, Decl. = +31°52’49".7 Located 16".2 west and 8".1 north of the center of Mag 16.9, Type IIP

2011bk,(= PSN J16203475+2112082), CBET 2693 discovered 2011/03/07.099 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 3089915 at R.A. = 16h20m34s.75, Decl. = +21°12'08".2Located 7".65 east and 0".7 south of the center of PGC 3089915 Mag > 19.0* (15.8), Type Ia

2011bk,(= PSN J16203475+2112082), CBET 2693 discovered 2011/03/07.099 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 3089915 at R.A. = 16h20m34s.75, Decl. = +21°12’08".2Located 7".65 east and 0".7 south of the center of PGC 3089915 Mag > 19.0* (15.8), Type Ia

2011bm, (= PSN J12565389+2222282),CBET 2695 discovered 2011/04/04.991 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in IC 3918 at R.A. = 12h56m53s.88, Decl. = +22°22'28".2 Located 5".85 east and 3".1 north of the center of IC 3918 Mag 16.0, Type Ic (References:SN 2007bz)

2011bm, (= PSN J12565389+2222282),CBET 2695 discovered 2011/04/04.991 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in IC 3918 at R.A. = 12h56m53s.88, Decl. = +22°22’28".2 Located 5".85 east and 3".1 north of the center of IC 3918 Mag 16.0, Type Ic (References:SN 2007bz)

2011dz, (= PTF11dxu) (= PSN J16124482+2817032 ),CBET 2761 discovered 2011/05/27.39 by Palomar Transient FactoryFound in UGC 10273 at R.A. = 16h12m44s.83, Decl. = +28°17'02".3Located 0" east and 0" south of the center of the UGC 10273Mag 17.0:8/23 (15.0), Type Ia (References:ATEL 3369 ,vsnet-recent-sn  2311)

2011dz, (= PTF11dxu) (= PSN J16124482+2817032 ),CBET 2761 discovered 2011/05/27.39 by Palomar Transient FactoryFound in UGC 10273 at R.A. = 16h12m44s.83, Decl. = +28°17’02".3Located 0" east and 0" south of the center of the UGC 10273Mag 17.0:8/23 (15.0), Type Ia (References:ATEL 3369 ,vsnet-recent-sn 2311)

  • 3Possible
PSN J09500634-1830175, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/11.943 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 09h50m06s.34, Decl. = -18°30'17".5Located 2".9 west and 8" north of the center of the host galaxy Mag 17.4** (17.1), Type unknown

PSN J09500634-1830175, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/11.943 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 09h50m06s.34, Decl. = -18°30’17".5Located 2".9 west and 8" north of the center of the host galaxy Mag 17.4** (17.1), Type unknown

PSN J10210154+2143011, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/25.905 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in MCG +4-25-5 at R.A. = 10h21m01s.53, Decl. = +21°43'01".1 (= PGC 030271) Located 15".0 east and 0".5 north of the center of MCG +4-25-5 Mag 18.9 (17.4), Type unknown (References: SN 1961S)

PSN J10210154+2143011, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/25.905 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in MCG +4-25-5 at R.A. = 10h21m01s.53, Decl. = +21°43’01".1 (= PGC 030271) Located 15".0 east and 0".5 north of the center of MCG +4-25-5 Mag 18.9 (17.4), Type unknown (References: SN 1961S)

PSN J10201680+3830102, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/03/31.977 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 2128985 at R.A. = 10h20m16s.79, Decl. = +38°30'10".1 Located 7".4 west and 14".7 south of the center of PGC 2128985 Mag 17.8, Type unknown

PSN J10201680+3830102, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/03/31.977 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 2128985 at R.A. = 10h20m16s.79, Decl. = +38°30’10".1 Located 7".4 west and 14".7 south of the center of PGC 2128985 Mag 17.8, Type unknown

2010

  • 12Confirmed
2010ax, CBET 2219 discovered 2010/03/15.1 by La Sagra Sky Survey Found in PGC 1383919 at R.A. = 14h41m53s.42, Decl. = +10°45'01".4 Located 6" east and 6" north of the center of PGC 1383919 Mag 18.0: (17.0), Type Ia (References: CBET 2235)

2010ax, CBET 2219 discovered 2010/03/15.1 by La Sagra Sky Survey Found in PGC 1383919 at R.A. = 14h41m53s.42, Decl. = +10°45’01".4 Located 6" east and 6" north of the center of PGC 1383919 Mag 18.0: (17.0), Type Ia (References: CBET 2235)

2010dt, CBET 2307 discovered 2010/06/01.986 by La Sagra Sky Survey Found in PGC 58829 at R.A.  = 16h43m14s.68, Decl. = +32°40'30".4 Located 21" east and 12" south of the center of PGC 58829 Mag 17.1, Type Ia (References: CBET 2311, ATEL 2736)

2010dt, CBET 2307 discovered 2010/06/01.986 by La Sagra Sky Survey Found in PGC 58829 at R.A. = 16h43m14s.68, Decl. = +32°40’30".4 Located 21" east and 12" south of the center of PGC 58829 Mag 17.1, Type Ia (References: CBET 2311, ATEL 2736)

2010eu, CBET 2340 discovered 2010/06/20.112 by La Sagra Sky Survey at R.A. =  21h31m36s.16, Decl. = +12°28'51".1 Mag 18.7, Type unknown

2010eu, CBET 2340 discovered 2010/06/20.112 by La Sagra Sky Survey at R.A. = 21h31m36s.16, Decl. = +12°28’51".1 Mag 18.7, Type unknown

2010gj, CBET 2381 discovered 2010/07/10.101 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 190539 at R.A.  = 21h50m54s.34, Decl. = -17°46'09".4 Located 6" west and 5" north of the nucleus of PGC 190539 Mag 17.0, Type Ia (References: (CBET 2377 corrected) (CBET 2380 corrected) CBET 2403)

2010gj, CBET 2381 discovered 2010/07/10.101 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 190539 at R.A. = 21h50m54s.34, Decl. = -17°46’09".4 Located 6" west and 5" north of the nucleus of PGC 190539 Mag 17.0, Type Ia (References: (CBET 2377 corrected) (CBET 2380 corrected) CBET 2403)

2010gq, CBET 2389 discovered 2010/06/19.136 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in CGCG 382-041 at R.A. = 00h17m25s.70, Decl. = -00°58'37".7 (= PGC 1142) Located 5".5 west and 8".2 north of the nucleus of CGCG 382-041  Mag 16.8 (16.5), Type II (References: CBET 2406)

2010gq, CBET 2389 discovered 2010/06/19.136 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in CGCG 382-041 at R.A. = 00h17m25s.70, Decl. = -00°58’37".7 (= PGC 1142) Located 5".5 west and 8".2 north of the nucleus of CGCG 382-041 Mag 16.8 (16.5), Type II (References: CBET 2406)

2010gs, CBET 2397 discovered 2010/08/01.876 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in MCG -1-53-7 at R.A. = 20h45m39s.51, Decl. = -05°35'11".8 Located 5" west and 10" north of the nucleus of MCG -1-53-7  Mag 18.0 (16.6), Type II (References: CBET 2403)

2010gs, CBET 2397 discovered 2010/08/01.876 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in MCG -1-53-7 at R.A. = 20h45m39s.51, Decl. = -05°35’11".8 Located 5" west and 10" north of the nucleus of MCG -1-53-7 Mag 18.0 (16.6), Type II (References: CBET 2403)

2010hn, CBET 2444 discovered 2010/07/07.012 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 9162971 at R.A.  = 21h43m19s.14, Decl. = -15°03'19".6 Located 10".5 east and 0".5 south of the nucleus of PGC 9162971 Mag 19.9 (17.5), Type unknown

2010hn, CBET 2444 discovered 2010/07/07.012 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 9162971 at R.A. = 21h43m19s.14, Decl. = -15°03’19".6 Located 10".5 east and 0".5 south of the nucleus of PGC 9162971 Mag 19.9 (17.5), Type unknown

2010ij, CBET 2478 discovered 2010/09/15.829 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 68600 at R.A. = 22h20m20s.19, Decl. = +17°03'22".2 Located 10".4 east and 4".8 south of the nucleus of PGC 68600 Mag 17.2 (15.9), Type Ia (References: CBET 2485)

2010ij, CBET 2478 discovered 2010/09/15.829 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 68600 at R.A. = 22h20m20s.19, Decl. = +17°03’22".2 Located 10".4 east and 4".8 south of the nucleus of PGC 68600 Mag 17.2 (15.9), Type Ia (References: CBET 2485)

2010ix, CBET 2506 discovered 2010/10/16.825 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 3583 at R.A. = 01h00m02s.49, Decl. = +41°42'57".6 Located 13".7 west and 4".4 south of the center of PGC  3583Mag 18.0, Type unknown

2010ix, CBET 2506 discovered 2010/10/16.825 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 3583 at R.A. = 01h00m02s.49, Decl. = +41°42’57".6 Located 13".7 west and 4".4 south of the center of PGC 3583Mag 18.0, Type unknown

2010jf, CBET 2527 discovered 2010/10/20.008 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 1183175 at R.A. = 03h40m43s.47, Decl. = +01°03'34".0 Located 14".0 west and 10".3 north of the center of PGC 1183175 Mag 17.9 (17.7), Type Ia (subliminous)

2010jf, CBET 2527 discovered 2010/10/20.008 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 1183175 at R.A. = 03h40m43s.47, Decl. = +01°03’34".0 Located 14".0 west and 10".3 north of the center of PGC 1183175 Mag 17.9 (17.7), Type Ia (subliminous)

2010jm, CBET 2537 discovered 2010/11/02.923 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 03h46m03s.55, Decl. = +12°42'15".5 Located 3".4 east and 4".1 north of the center of the host galaxy Mag 17.9 (17.4), Type Ia (References: CBET 2542)

2010jm, CBET 2537 discovered 2010/11/02.923 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 03h46m03s.55, Decl. = +12°42’15".5 Located 3".4 east and 4".1 north of the center of the host galaxy Mag 17.9 (17.4), Type Ia (References: CBET 2542)

2010lo, CBET 2608 discovered 2010/12/15.137 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in NGC 4495 at R.A. = 12h31m23s.67, Decl. = +29°07'34".0 Located 12".0 east and 37".0 south of the center of NGC  4495Mag 17.3, Type unknown (References: SN 1994S)

2010lo, CBET 2608 discovered 2010/12/15.137 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in NGC 4495 at R.A. = 12h31m23s.67, Decl. = +29°07’34".0 Located 12".0 east and 37".0 south of the center of NGC 4495Mag 17.3, Type unknown (References: SN 1994S)

  • 1Possible
PSN in PGC 134795, CBET 2504 discovered 2010/10/13.909 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 134795 at R.A. = 01h55m18s.37, Decl. = -17°46'46".3 Located 8".6 west and 6".2 south of the center of host galaxyMag 18.8 (17.3), Type unknown

PSN in PGC 134795, CBET 2504 discovered 2010/10/13.909 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Found in PGC 134795 at R.A. = 01h55m18s.37, Decl. = -17°46’46".3 Located 8".6 west and 6".2 south of the center of host galaxyMag 18.8 (17.3), Type unknown

Otkrivene supernove

La Sagra Sky Survey – Supernova Search Project (LSSS-SSP)

LSSS-SSP je projekt astronomskog društva Anonymus ostvaren u suradnji sa zvjezdarnicom Observatorio Astronomico de La Sagra.

Lokacija

Zvjezdarnica Observatorio Astronomico de La Sagra smještena je u južnoj Španjolskoj u pokrajini Andaluziji, na brdu Sierra de La Sagra na nadmorskoj visini od 1613 m. Zvjezdarnicom upravlja Observatiorio Astronomico de Mallorca.

LaSagra

Zvjezdarnica Observatiorio Astronomico de La Sagra

Instrumenti

Za snimanje neba na raspolaganju su slike sa tri teleskopa tipa Centurion promjera 0.45 metara, f/2.8, koji se primarno koriste za potragu za asteroidima i kometima. Teleskopi su opremljeni vrlo kvalitetnim CCD kamerama SBIG STL-11000M (Centurion1 i Centurion2) i Apogee Alta U16 na Centurion3. Granična magnituda ovih teleskopa je 19.5. – 20. magnitude s 90 sekundi ekspozicije. U jednoj noći teleskopi snime oko 200 fotografija vidnog polja od 1.5°×1.5°, čime svaka slika odgovara veličini od 9 punih Mjeseca na nebu.

Centurion

Jedan od tri teleskopa Centurion (0.45 m, f/2.8)

Metode obrade

Zvjezdarnica La Sagra počela je sa radom 2006. godine sa ciljem potrage i praćenja asteroida i kometa. Do danas je zvjezdarnica otkrila preko 1600 numeriranih asteroida, od kojih su 87 NEO objekti (potencijalno opasni za Zemlju) te 8 kometa. Od 2008. godine zbog velikog broja otkrića zvjezdarnica je klasificirana kao La Sagra Sky Survey (LSSS).

Sudjelovanjem na Višnjanskim školama astronomije članovima društva pružena je mogućnost suradnje u projektu LSSS-a. Okupljen je tim članova društva, te je pisanje softvera započelo u vrijeme Božića 2009. godine. Nakon nekoliko mjeseci osmišljavanja projekta i testiranja, sa radom smo započeli u ožujku 2010. godine.

2010-2013

  • 19Potvrđene supernove
  • 8Moguće supernove

2013

  • 3Potvrđene supernove
2013ci

2013ci (= PSN J17045368+0907596), CBET 3515 discovered 2013/05/04.076 by LSSS-SSPFound in PGC 1360168 at R.A. = 17h04m53s.68, Decl. = +09°07’59”.6Located 6″ east and 10″ north of the center of PGC 1360168Mag 17.1:5/4, Type Ia (z=0.036) (References: ATEL 5050 ( ATEL 5048 corrected) CBAT TOCP)

2013dv (= PSN J17031073+2726539), CBET 3580 discovered 2013/07/02.911 by LSSS-SSPFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 17h03m10s.73, Decl. = +27°26'53".9Located 0" east and 8" north of the center of the host galaxyMag 18.4:7/2, Type Ia (z=0.057) (References: CBAT TOCP)

2013dv (= PSN J17031073+2726539), CBET 3580 discovered 2013/07/02.911 by LSSS-SSPFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 17h03m10s.73, Decl. = +27°26’53”.9Located 0″ east and 8″ north of the center of the host galaxyMag 18.4:7/2, Type Ia (z=0.057) (References: CBAT TOCP)

2013ew (= PSN J22100969+1116479), CBET 3629 discovered 2013/08/13.901 by LSSS-SSPFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 22h10m09s.69, Decl. = +11°16'47".9Located 25" east and 20".5 north of the center of the host galaxyMag 18.6:8/15, Type Ia-91T (z=0.056) (References: CBAT TOCP)

2013ew (= PSN J22100969+1116479), CBET 3629 discovered 2013/08/13.901 by LSSS-SSPFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 22h10m09s.69, Decl. = +11°16’47”.9Located 25″ east and 20″.5 north of the center of the host galaxyMag 18.6:8/15, Type Ia-91T (z=0.056) (References: CBAT TOCP)

  • 4Moguće supernove
PSN J15211341+1415049, CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/07/03.923 by LSSS-SSPFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 15h21m13s.41, Decl. = +14°15'04".9Located 10" east and 4" south of the center of the host galaxyMag 18.1:7/14 (17.2:7/3), Type unknown

PSN J15211341+1415049, CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/07/03.923 by LSSS-SSPFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 15h21m13s.41, Decl. = +14°15’04”.9Located 10″ east and 4″ south of the center of the host galaxyMag 18.1:7/14 (17.2:7/3), Type unknown

PSN J22544912+1923556 (= LSQ13bka), CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/08/07 by LSSS-SSP; La Silla-QUESTFound in CGCG 453-22 at R.A. = 22h54m49s.12, Decl. = +19°23'55".6 (= PGC 69986)Located 3".9 west and 13".7 north of the center of CGCG 453-22Mag 18.9:8/10, Type Ia (z=0.07) (References:  ATEL 5270)

PSN J22544912+1923556 (= LSQ13bka), CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/08/07 by LSSS-SSP; La Silla-QUESTFound in CGCG 453-22 at R.A. = 22h54m49s.12, Decl. = +19°23’55”.6 (= PGC 69986)Located 3″.9 west and 13″.7 north of the center of CGCG 453-22Mag 18.9:8/10, Type Ia (z=0.07) (References: ATEL 5270)

PSN J00052018+3259221 (= PSN J00051786+3238326), CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/08/10.993 by LSSS-SSPFound in CGCG 498-76 at R.A. = 00h05m20s.18, Decl. = +32°59'22".1 (= PGC 2019681)Located 4".4 west and 5".9 north of the center of CGCG 498-76Mag 18.7:9/3 (18.3:8/10), Type unknown (z=0.035188)

PSN J00052018+3259221 (= PSN J00051786+3238326), CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/08/10.993 by LSSS-SSPFound in CGCG 498-76 at R.A. = 00h05m20s.18, Decl. = +32°59’22”.1 (= PGC 2019681)Located 4″.4 west and 5″.9 north of the center of CGCG 498-76Mag 18.7:9/3 (18.3:8/10), Type unknown (z=0.035188)

PSN J04030754-0237031, CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/09/08.174 by LSSS-SSPFound in MCG +0-11-8 at R.A. = 04h03m07s.54, Decl. = -02°37'03".1 (= PGC 014363)Located 8" east and 5" north of the center of MCG +0-11-8Mag 17.8:9/8, Type unknown

PSN J04030754-0237031, CBAT TOCP discovered 2013/09/08.174 by LSSS-SSPFound in MCG +0-11-8 at R.A. = 04h03m07s.54, Decl. = -02°37’03”.1 (= PGC 014363)Located 8″ east and 5″ north of the center of MCG +0-11-8Mag 17.8:9/8, Type unknown

2011

  • 4Potvrđene supernove
2011ak, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/09.031 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in UGC 6997 at R.A. = 12h00m49s.46, Decl. = +31°52'49".7Located 16".2 west and 8".1 north of the center ofMag 16.9, Type IIP

2011ak, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/09.031 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in UGC 6997 at R.A. = 12h00m49s.46, Decl. = +31°52’49”.7Located 16″.2 west and 8″.1 north of the center ofMag 16.9, Type IIP

2011bk,(= PSN J16203475+2112082), CBET 2693 discovered 2011/03/07.099 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 3089915 at R.A. = 16h20m34s.75, Decl. = +21°12'08".2Located 7".65 east and 0".7 south of the center of PGC 3089915Mag > 19.0* (15.8), Type Ia

2011bk,(= PSN J16203475+2112082), CBET 2693 discovered 2011/03/07.099 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 3089915 at R.A. = 16h20m34s.75, Decl. = +21°12’08”.2Located 7″.65 east and 0″.7 south of the center of PGC 3089915Mag > 19.0* (15.8), Type Ia

2011bm, (= PSN J12565389+2222282),CBET 2695 discovered 2011/04/04.991 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in IC 3918 at R.A. = 12h56m53s.88, Decl. = +22°22'28".2Located 5".85 east and 3".1 north of the center of IC 3918Mag 16.0, Type Ic (References:SN 2007bz)

2011bm, (= PSN J12565389+2222282),CBET 2695 discovered 2011/04/04.991 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in IC 3918 at R.A. = 12h56m53s.88, Decl. = +22°22’28”.2Located 5″.85 east and 3″.1 north of the center of IC 3918Mag 16.0, Type Ic (References:SN 2007bz)

2011dz, (= PTF11dxu) (= PSN J16124482+2817032 ),CBET 2761 discovered 2011/05/27.39 by Palomar Transient FactoryFound in UGC 10273 at R.A. = 16h12m44s.83, Decl. = +28°17'02".3Located 0" east and 0" south of the center of the UGC 10273Mag 17.0:8/23 (15.0), Type Ia (References:ATEL 3369 ,vsnet-recent-sn 2311)

2011dz, (= PTF11dxu) (= PSN J16124482+2817032 ),CBET 2761 discovered 2011/05/27.39 by Palomar Transient FactoryFound in UGC 10273 at R.A. = 16h12m44s.83, Decl. = +28°17’02”.3Located 0″ east and 0″ south of the center of the UGC 10273Mag 17.0:8/23 (15.0), Type Ia (References:ATEL 3369 ,vsnet-recent-sn 2311)

  • 3Moguće supernove
PSN J09500634-1830175, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/11.943 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 09h50m06s.34, Decl. = -18°30'17".5Located 2".9 west and 8" north of the center of the host galaxyMag 17.4** (17.1), Type unknown

PSN J09500634-1830175, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/11.943 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 09h50m06s.34, Decl. = -18°30’17”.5Located 2″.9 west and 8″ north of the center of the host galaxyMag 17.4** (17.1), Type unknown

PSN J10210154+2143011, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/25.905 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in MCG +4-25-5 at R.A. = 10h21m01s.53, Decl. = +21°43'01".1 (= PGC 030271)Located 15".0 east and 0".5 north of the center of MCG +4-25-5Mag 18.9 (17.4), Type unknown (References: SN 1961S)

PSN J10210154+2143011, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/02/25.905 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in MCG +4-25-5 at R.A. = 10h21m01s.53, Decl. = +21°43’01”.1 (= PGC 030271)Located 15″.0 east and 0″.5 north of the center of MCG +4-25-5Mag 18.9 (17.4), Type unknown (References: SN 1961S)

PSN J10201680+3830102, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/03/31.977 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 2128985 at R.A. = 10h20m16s.79, Decl. = +38°30'10".1Located 7".4 west and 14".7 south of the center of PGC 2128985Mag 17.8, Type unknown

PSN J10201680+3830102, CBAT TOCP discovered 2011/03/31.977 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 2128985 at R.A. = 10h20m16s.79, Decl. = +38°30’10”.1Located 7″.4 west and 14″.7 south of the center of PGC 2128985Mag 17.8, Type unknown

2010

  • 12Potvrđene supernove
2010ax, CBET 2219 discovered 2010/03/15.1 by La Sagra Sky SurveyFound in PGC 1383919 at R.A. = 14h41m53s.42, Decl. = +10°45'01".4Located 6" east and 6" north of the center of PGC 1383919Mag 18.0: (17.0), Type Ia (References: CBET 2235)

2010ax, CBET 2219 discovered 2010/03/15.1 by La Sagra Sky SurveyFound in PGC 1383919 at R.A. = 14h41m53s.42, Decl. = +10°45’01”.4Located 6″ east and 6″ north of the center of PGC 1383919Mag 18.0: (17.0), Type Ia (References: CBET 2235)

2010dt, CBET 2307 discovered 2010/06/01.986 by La Sagra Sky SurveyFound in PGC 58829 at R.A. = 16h43m14s.68, Decl. = +32°40'30".4Located 21" east and 12" south of the center of PGC 58829Mag 17.1, Type Ia (References: CBET 2311, ATEL 2736)

2010dt, CBET 2307 discovered 2010/06/01.986 by La Sagra Sky SurveyFound in PGC 58829 at R.A. = 16h43m14s.68, Decl. = +32°40’30”.4Located 21″ east and 12″ south of the center of PGC 58829Mag 17.1, Type Ia (References: CBET 2311, ATEL 2736)

2010eu, CBET 2340 discovered 2010/06/20.112 by La Sagra Sky Surveyat R.A. = 21h31m36s.16, Decl. = +12°28'51".1 Mag 18.7, Type unknown

2010eu, CBET 2340 discovered 2010/06/20.112 by La Sagra Sky Surveyat R.A. = 21h31m36s.16, Decl. = +12°28’51”.1 Mag 18.7, Type unknown

2010gj, CBET 2381 discovered 2010/07/10.101 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 190539 at R.A. = 21h50m54s.34, Decl. = -17°46'09".4Located 6" west and 5" north of the nucleus of PGC 190539Mag 17.0, Type Ia (References: (CBET 2377 corrected) (CBET 2380 corrected) CBET 2403)

2010gj, CBET 2381 discovered 2010/07/10.101 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 190539 at R.A. = 21h50m54s.34, Decl. = -17°46’09”.4Located 6″ west and 5″ north of the nucleus of PGC 190539Mag 17.0, Type Ia (References: (CBET 2377 corrected) (CBET 2380 corrected) CBET 2403)

2010gq, CBET 2389 discovered 2010/06/19.136 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in CGCG 382-041 at R.A. = 00h17m25s.70, Decl. = -00°58'37".7 (= PGC 1142)Located 5".5 west and 8".2 north of the nucleus of CGCG 382-041Mag 16.8 (16.5), Type II (References: CBET 2406)

2010gq, CBET 2389 discovered 2010/06/19.136 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in CGCG 382-041 at R.A. = 00h17m25s.70, Decl. = -00°58’37”.7 (= PGC 1142)Located 5″.5 west and 8″.2 north of the nucleus of CGCG 382-041Mag 16.8 (16.5), Type II (References: CBET 2406)

2010gs, CBET 2397 discovered 2010/08/01.876 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in MCG -1-53-7 at R.A. = 20h45m39s.51, Decl. = -05°35'11".8Located 5" west and 10" north of the nucleus of MCG -1-53-7Mag 18.0 (16.6), Type II (References: CBET 2403)

2010gs, CBET 2397 discovered 2010/08/01.876 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in MCG -1-53-7 at R.A. = 20h45m39s.51, Decl. = -05°35’11”.8Located 5″ west and 10″ north of the nucleus of MCG -1-53-7Mag 18.0 (16.6), Type II (References: CBET 2403)

2010hn, CBET 2444 discovered 2010/07/07.012 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 9162971 at R.A. = 21h43m19s.14, Decl. = -15°03'19".6Located 10".5 east and 0".5 south of the nucleus of PGC 9162971Mag 19.9 (17.5), Type unknown

2010hn, CBET 2444 discovered 2010/07/07.012 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 9162971 at R.A. = 21h43m19s.14, Decl. = -15°03’19”.6Located 10″.5 east and 0″.5 south of the nucleus of PGC 9162971Mag 19.9 (17.5), Type unknown

2010ij, CBET 2478 discovered 2010/09/15.829 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 68600 at R.A. = 22h20m20s.19, Decl. = +17°03'22".2Located 10".4 east and 4".8 south of the nucleus of PGC 68600Mag 17.2 (15.9), Type Ia (References: CBET 2485)

2010ij, CBET 2478 discovered 2010/09/15.829 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 68600 at R.A. = 22h20m20s.19, Decl. = +17°03’22”.2Located 10″.4 east and 4″.8 south of the nucleus of PGC 68600Mag 17.2 (15.9), Type Ia (References: CBET 2485)

2010ix, CBET 2506 discovered 2010/10/16.825 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 3583 at R.A. = 01h00m02s.49, Decl. = +41°42'57".6Located 13".7 west and 4".4 south of the center of PGC 3583Mag 18.0, Type unknown

2010ix, CBET 2506 discovered 2010/10/16.825 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 3583 at R.A. = 01h00m02s.49, Decl. = +41°42’57”.6Located 13″.7 west and 4″.4 south of the center of PGC 3583Mag 18.0, Type unknown

2010jf, CBET 2527 discovered 2010/10/20.008 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 1183175 at R.A. = 03h40m43s.47, Decl. = +01°03'34".0Located 14".0 west and 10".3 north of the center of PGC 1183175Mag 17.9 (17.7), Type Ia (subliminous)

2010jf, CBET 2527 discovered 2010/10/20.008 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 1183175 at R.A. = 03h40m43s.47, Decl. = +01°03’34”.0Located 14″.0 west and 10″.3 north of the center of PGC 1183175Mag 17.9 (17.7), Type Ia (subliminous)

2010jm, CBET 2537 discovered 2010/11/02.923 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 03h46m03s.55, Decl. = +12°42'15".5Located 3".4 east and 4".1 north of the center of the host galaxyMag 17.9 (17.4), Type Ia (References: CBET 2542)

2010jm, CBET 2537 discovered 2010/11/02.923 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in an anonymous galaxy at R.A. = 03h46m03s.55, Decl. = +12°42’15”.5Located 3″.4 east and 4″.1 north of the center of the host galaxyMag 17.9 (17.4), Type Ia (References: CBET 2542)

2010lo, CBET 2608 discovered 2010/12/15.137 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in NGC 4495 at R.A. = 12h31m23s.67, Decl. = +29°07'34".0Located 12".0 east and 37".0 south of the center of NGC 4495Mag 17.3, Type unknown (References: SN 1994S)

2010lo, CBET 2608 discovered 2010/12/15.137 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in NGC 4495 at R.A. = 12h31m23s.67, Decl. = +29°07’34”.0Located 12″.0 east and 37″.0 south of the center of NGC 4495Mag 17.3, Type unknown (References: SN 1994S)

  • 1Moguće supernove
PSN in PGC 134795, CBET 2504 discovered 2010/10/13.909 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 134795 at R.A. = 01h55m18s.37, Decl. = -17°46'46".3Located 8".6 west and 6".2 south of the center of host galaxyMag 18.8 (17.3), Type unknown

PSN in PGC 134795, CBET 2504 discovered 2010/10/13.909 by La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova SearchFound in PGC 134795 at R.A. = 01h55m18s.37, Decl. = -17°46’46”.3Located 8″.6 west and 6″.2 south of the center of host galaxyMag 18.8 (17.3), Type unknown

Activities

2014

  • 26.2.2014 Lecture, observation of the Sun and workshops for 1th-4th grade students of Elementary School Petrijevci.
  • 25.-26.2.2014 Night sky observation and photography from the Papuk mountain, near Duzluk.
  • February 2014 Web page redesign.
  • 19.1.2014 Unauthorized intrusion into society’s headquarters, laptop and photo equipment were stolen.

2013

  • 21.12.2013 Yearly assembly of the society.
  • 23.11.2013 Participation in the Electoral Assembly of the Croatian Astronomical Union.
  • 4.10.2013 – 10.10.2013 Celebrating the World Space Week.
  • 4.10.2013 – 6.10.2013 Participation in the First Meeting of Croatian Astronomical Societies in Mali Lošinj.
  • 2.10.2013 Invited guests for the radio show interview of the Croatian Radio Valpovština.
  • September 2013 As part of the presentation of activities within ZTKVB, visit to the elementary schools M.P. Katančić Valpovo, I. Kukuljević Belišće and Ladimirevci.
  • 22.8.2013 – 25.8.2013 Participation in the International meteor conference in Poznan, Poland.
  • 7.8.2013 – 17.8.2013 Participation in the Višnjan School of Astronomy, leading the meteor group.
  • 19.7.2013 – 20.7.2013 Participation in the Meeting of Astronomical Societies on the Perun mountain, near Vareš (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
  • 22.6.2013 Dr. sc. M. Filipović held a lecture “Sparse representations of signals for information recovery from incomplete data” at the society headquarters.
  • 8.6.2013 Days of Technology held in Belišće, observation of the Sun and education for citizens.
  • 5.6.2013 Participation in the Little Science Festival in kindergarten “Maza” Valpovo.

2012

  • 20.9.2012 – 23.9.2012 Participation in the International Meteor Conference on La Palma, Spain. Presented a lecture „A Possible New Meteor Shower Detected from CMN and SonotaCo Data“. Visit to the world’s largest optical telescope: Gran Telescopio Canarias.
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  • 12.8.2012 – 20.8.2012 Participation in the Višnjan School of Astronomy organized by Science and Education Center Višnjan, leading the meteor astronomy group. There were students from Croatia, Serbia and Romania. During the school, a new meteor stream was discovered – Zeta Cassiopeids, the first stream discovered from Croatia.
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  • 9.8.2012 – 12.8.2012 Visit to the Pula Observatory, working on the projects of the Croatian Meteor Network led by Damir Šegon.
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  • 19.7.2012 – 22.7.2012 Participation in Astronomy Camp Letenka on Fruška gora mountain in Serbia.
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  • 6.6.2012 Observation of the last Venus solar transit of our lives from locations in Zagreb, Osijek and Valpovo.
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  • 25.2.2012 Photograhic and video observations of Mars.
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  • 27.1.2012 Visit to the School Observatory in Požega.
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  • 7.1.2012 Astronomy lecture for members of the scout squad Iovallios Valpovo.
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Aktivnosti

2015

  • 20.3.2015 Promatranje djelomične pomrčine Sunca u OŠ M.P. Katančić u Valpovu, školi Vinko Bek u Osijeku, Graditeljsko-geodetskoj školi u Osijeku, Odjelu za fiziku i Elektrotehničkom fakultetu Osijeku, Marijancima, Zagrebu i drugdje.

2014

  • 26.2.2014 Predavanje, promatranje Sunca i radionice za učenike 1.-4. razreda u OŠ Petrijevci.
  • 25.-26.2.2014 Promatranje i snimanje neba s Papuka, nedaleko Duzluka.
  • Veljača 2014 Dotjerivanje web stranica.
  • 19.1.2014 Neovlašteni upad u prostorije društva, otuđeni laptop i foto-oprema.

2013

  • 21.12.2013 Održana skupština društva.
  • 23.11.2013 Sudjelovanje na Izbornoj skupštini Hrvatskog Astronomskog Saveza.
  • 4.10.2013 – 10.10.2013 Obilježavanje Svjetskog tjedna svemira.
  • 4.10.2013 – 6.10.2013 Sudjelovanje na Prvom susretu astronomskih društava Hrvatske u Malom Lošinju.
  • 2.10.2013 Gostovanje na Hrvatskom radiju Valpovština.
  • Rujan 2013 U sklopu prezentiranja aktivnosti unutar ZTKVB, predstavljen je rad u OŠ Matija Petar Katančić Valpovo, OŠ Ivana Kukuljevića Belišće, te područnoj školi Ladimirevci.
  • 22.8.2013 – 25.8.2013 Sudjelovanje na Međunarodnoj meteorskoj konferenciji u Poznanu, Poljska.
  • 7.8.2013 – 17.8.2013 Sudjelovanje na Višnjanskoj školi astronomije, vođenje grupe za meteore.
  • 19.7.2013 – 20.7.2013 Sudjelovanje na Susretu astronomskih društava na planini Perun kraj Vareša (BiH).
  • 22.6.2013 Dr. sc. M. Filipović drži predavanje “Rijetke reprezentacije signala s primjenom u obnavljanju informacija iz nepotpunih podataka” u prostorijama društva.
  • 8.6.2013 Dani tehnike u Belišću, promatranje sunca, edukacija građana.
  • 5.6.2013 Sudjelovanje na malom festivalu znanosti u vrtiću “Maza” Valpovo.

2012

  • 20.9.2012 – 23.9.2012 Sudjelovanje na Međunarodnoj meteorskoj konferenciji na otoku La Palma, Španjolska. Na konferenciji sudjeluje stotinjak stručnjaka iz cijelog svijeta iz područja meteorske astronomije. Održali smo predavanje po nazivom „A Possible New Meteor Shower Detected from CMN and SonotaCo Data“. Posjetili smo i najveći teleskop na svijetu: Gran Telescopio Canarias.
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  • 12.8.2012 – 20.8.2012 Sudjelovanje na Višnjanskoj školi astronomije u organizacije Znanstvenoedukacijskog centra Višnjan, gdje naši članovi vode grupu srednjoškolaca koja se bavila meteorskom astronomijom. Na ljetnoj školi sudjeluje dvadesetak najboljih srednjoškolaca iz cijele Hrvatske, te također učenici iz Srbije i Rumunjske. Za vrijeme trajanje otkriven je novi meteorski potok – Zeta Casiopedi, prvi novootkriveni meteorski potok s područja Hrvatske.
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  • 9.8.2012 – 12.8.2012 Posjeta zvjezdarnici u Puli, rad na projektu Hrvatske Meteorske Mreže pod vodstvom Damira Šegona.
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  • 19.7.2012 – 22.7.2012 4 člana sudjeluju na astronomskom kampu Letenka na Fruškoj gori u Srbiji, zajedno sa stotinjak ostalih astronoma iz desetak zemalja regije. Organizirano je zajedničko promatranje neba i predavanja.
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  • 6.6.2012 Popraćen je posljednji tranzit planeta Venere preko Sunca u našem životnom vijeku, a naši članovi su ga promatrali s lokacija Zagreb, Osijek i Valpovo.
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  • 25.2.2012 Snimanje planeta Marsa.
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  • 27.1.2012 Posjećena je školska zvjezdarnica u Požegi.
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  • 7.1.2012 Ostvarena je suradnja s odredom izviđača Iovallios iz Valpova, kada smo održali predavanje.
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Astronomical Society “Anonymus”

Astronomical society “Anonymus” is a non-profit organization, situated and operating in the Republic of Croatia. Initially an unregistered group of citizens, it was founded in November 1994 within (then known as) the Technical Culture Community in Valpovo, and as of 2001 it has been registered as a non-profitable organization, with its headquarters in the House of Technical Culture in the city of Valpovo.

For many years now, educating pupils and students has been the society’s main goals. The educational courses we offer include astronomy, physics, mathematics and computer literacy (programing and computer-related work), as well as other technical and natural sciences. Over the years, our students have achieved noticeable results in state competitions (astronomy), including first prize honors. Many of our former students, today’s members, have used the skills and knowledge gained in “Anonymus”, in their formal education, obtaining degrees in electrical engineering, teaching and natural sciences.

Public observation sessions, lectures and workshops targeting youngsters and the public are solid groundwork of Society’s public relations. The observations have been held in various locations all over Slavonia: the tower of Norman-Prandau castle in Valpovo, High School Valpovo, the city square in Belišće, Elementary school in Podgajci, several city squares in Osijek, department of Physics in Osijek, Vukovar, and, most commonly, the backyard of the House of Technical Culture in Valpovo. We have organized lectures at Valpovo City Library, the City Library in Belišće, the Department of Physics in Osijek, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek and in cooperation with different organizations, at their facilities.

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Since 2007, members of “Anonymus” have taken part in Višnjan School of Astronomy as students, and as of 2011 – as group leaders. The projects carried out in the School are considered leading projects in astronomy today, with its participants enjoying the privilege of listening to lectures held by scientists from prestigious American universities, such as Harvard, Yale and Princeton. The Visnjan School of Astronomy offers young scientists an opportunity to work on top flight scientific projects with group leaders’ help and guidance, which marks the first step in a their continuous scientific progress. With their professionalism, Society’s members have greatly helped in shaping the School’s work over the years, primarily as volunteers.

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Members have organized trips and expeditions, most commonly at their own expense, the highlights of which include solar eclipse observations: Balaton 1999, Turkey 2006, Russia 2008 and China 2009, with observing, measuring and capturing the respective total solar eclipses.

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Since 2008, we have played an essential role in the Croatian Meteor Network, which has yielded outstanding results. These activities include visiting International meteor conferences (IMC) in Ireland, Spain, Poland and France. There, our members have presented their invaluable scientific works in front of experts in meteor sciences from all over the world.

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Near the end of 2009, the Society received a collaboration offer from La Sagra observatory in Spain, so we started the La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Project (LSSS-SSP). A part of the project was developing a system and programing support for discovering supernovae, and to this day, it has had 19 confirmed discoveries. Our members presented the results of the project at the conference entitled Meeting on Asteroids and Comets in Europe in 2010.

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One of Society’s long-term projects is astrophotography, the produce of which you may find in our photo gallery.

For its achievements, the Society was awarded the highest state award for technical culture “Faust Vrančić”, in 2010.

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Astronomsko društvo „Anonymus“

Astronomsko društvo „Anonymus“ je neprofitna udruga građana koje djeluje na području republike Hrvatske. U studenom 1994. Društvo je osnovano kao sekcija pri tadašnjoj Zajednici Tehničke Kulture Valpovo, te je od 2001. godine registrirano kao samostalna udruga. Prostorije udruge nalaze se u sklopu Doma tehnike u Valpovu.

Društvo se dugi niz godina bavi edukacijom djece osnovnoškolskog i srednjoškolskog uzrasta. Edukacijski program koje Društvo provodi uključuje astronomiju, fiziku, matematiku i informatičku pismenost (programiranje i rad na računalu) te druge tehničke i prirodoslovne znanosti. Kroz godine veliki broj učenika Društva postigao je zapažene rezultate na državnim natjecanjima iz astronomije, koji uključuju i prvo mjesto. Mnogi bivši učenici Društva, te sadašnji članovi, iskoristili svoje znanje, stečeno u Društvu, u svom daljnjem obrazovanju te su postali inženjeri, profesori, magistri i doktori znanosti.

Promatranja, predavanja i radionice za djecu i građanstvo nositelji su odnosa Društva s javnosti. Navedene aktivnosti organizirane su na kuli dvorca Prandau-Normann u Valpovu, na gradskom trgu u Belišću, na više osječkih trgova, u Vukovaru, u Osnovnoj školi Podgajci Podravski, u Osnovnoj školi u Valpovu, u Srednjoj školi u Valpovu, u gradskoj knjižnici Valpovo, u gradskoj knjižnici i čitaonici u Belišću, na Elektrotehničkom Fakultetu u Osijeku, na Odjelu za Fiziku u Osijeku, u prostorijama raznih udruga u Osječko-Baranjskoj županiji te najčešće u samom dvorištu Doma tehnike u Valpovu.

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Od 2007. godine članovi Društva sudjeluju na Višnjanskoj Školi Astronomije kao učenici, te od 2011. kao voditelji grupa učenika. Projekti koji se provode za vrijeme Škole svrstani su među vodeće projekte u astronomiji današnjice, te polaznici imaju prilike slušati znanstvenike s prestižnih američkih sveučilišta, Harvarda, Yalea i Princetona. Višnjanska Škola Astronomije nudi priliku mladim znanstvenicima da rade na vrhunskim znanstvenim projektima uz pomoć i usmjeravanje voditelja, te je ona prvi korak u daljnjem znanstvenom napretku pojedinca. Kroz godine, članovi Društva su svojom stručnošću uvelike potpomogli rad Škole kao voditelji volonteri.

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Članovi Društva organiziraju putovanja i ekspedicije, najčešće u vlastitom aranžmanu, od čega se izdvajaju ekspedicije na Balaton 1999., Tursku 2006., Rusiju 2008. i Kinu 2009. godine. Ekspedicije su poduzete s ciljem promatranja, fotografiranja i mjerenja tijekom potpune pomrčine Sunca.

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Od 2008. godine članovi Društva sudjeluju u radu Hrvatske Meteorske Mreže, te su unutar nje postigli vrlo zapažene rezultate. Oni uključuju odlazak na konferencije Međunarodne Meteorske Organizacije u Irskoj, Rumunjskoj, Španjolskoj, Poljskoj i Francuskoj. Također, članovi Društva predstavljali su svoje znanstvene radove na konferencijama pred mnogobrojnom publikom stručnjaka meteorske znanosti iz cijeloga svijeta.

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Krajem 2009. godine u Društvo dolazi ponuda za suradnju od strane zvjezdarnice La Sagra u Španjolskoj, te se članovi organiziraju u projekt nazvan La Sagra Sky Survey Supernova Search Project (LSSS-SSP). Unutar projekta razvijen je sustav i programska podrška za otkrivanje supernovih zvijezda, te do današnjeg dana projekt bilježi 20 otkrivenih supernova. Rezultati projekta predstavljeni su na konferenciji Meeting on Asteroids and Comets in Europe, 2010. godine.

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Jedan od dugogodišnjih projekata Društva jest astrofotografija, te naše skromne rezultate možete pogledati u fotogaleriji.

Za svoja postignuća, 2010. godine Društvo je nagrađeno najvećom državnom nagradom za tehničku kulturu, Faust Vrančić.

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