Gamma ray burst GRB110213A was observed with Taurus Hill Observatory equipment 13.2.2011. At the moment of the photographing the brightness of the GRB was CR ~19.1 magnitudes. The GCN 11717 was published about the THO observation. Observers: Markku Nissinen, Tuomo Salmi, Harri Vilokki and Veli-Pekka Hentunen.
The after glow of the gamma ray burst GRB110213A was observed 13.2.2011 by using the GRAS 011 CDK20″ telescope. The brightness of the GRB was at the moment of the photographing 15.6 magnitudes. The red shift of the GRB was z ~1.46. Therefore the distance of the GRB was about 10.5 billion light years and […]
In the picture below is GRB110205A that was photographed by using the GRAS 005 remote telescope that is located in New Mexico, USA. The brightness of the GRB was at the moment of the photographing 16.3 CR. The photo has been taken without filters with one 600 sec. exposure. GRB was observed 1h 20min. and […]
The optical afterglow of the gamma ray burst GRB 101024A was observed by using the remote telescope that is located in Moorook, Australia. The photograph was taken by Markku Nissinen and the measurements were made by Markku Nissinen, Veli-Pekka Hentunen and Tuomo Salmi. The observation was published in GCN 11373 circular. The aflterglow was exceptional […]
Markku Nissinen and Veli-Pekka Hentunen photographed the confirmation picture from the supernova that was located in the galaxy UGC3552. Markku Nissinen took confirmation picture 20.10.2010 with GRAS07 CDK17″ telescope that is located in Nerpio, Spain. Markku measured the position and brightness of the supernova. This supernova was first observed 16.10.2010. The discovery and confirmation was […]
Markku Nissinen, Veli-Pekka Hentunen and Tuomo Salmi managed to photograph the optical after glow of the GRB 100906A by using the Nerpio GRAS-007 remote telescope that is located in Spain. This observation has been published in GCN 11253 circular.
The afterglow of the gamma ray burst GRB100901A was so bright and it flattened so slowly that it was possible to observe it in Taurus Hill Observatory. THO research team photographed the afterglow 1./2.9.2010. The GRB100901A was so bright that the team managed to take a color (CBVR) picture from it. the exposure times were […]
Taurus Hill observatory research team photographed the gamma ray burst GRB 100805A by using the New Mexico Mayhill GRAS002-telescope.
Taurus Hill Observatory research team photographed NGC 3172 24./25.2.2010. At that time the team didn’t notice any supernovae in the galaxy. Tom Boles phographed same galaxy 4.3.2010 and he saw a faint supernova (about 17 mag.) fairly long distance from the center of the galaxy. THO reasearch team photographed the supernova 6.3.2010 and it was […]
Markku Nissinen and Veli-pekka Hentunen photographed the supernova SN 2010V confirmation pictures 7.2.2010 by using the GRAS4 remote telescope (New Mexico). The confirmation was reported to the IAUC and it is mentioned in the discovery circular CBET 2162. The brightness of the supernova was at the time of the photographing about 5 magnitudes and it was locade quite near the […]