Regarding Possible Supernova on CBAT Unconfirmed Observations Page

(psn/NGC1028    2009 01 20.8819  02 39 36.48 +10 50 27.9          17.6 U  11W  9S)

T. Kryachko (Astrotel obs., KSU) and S. Korotkiy (Ka-Dar obs., Moscow) confirmed possible supernova at coordinates: R.A. = 02h 39m 36.57s +/- 0.03″, DEC = +10d 50′ 27.40″ +/-0.05″ (equinox 2000.0, reduction with reference to UCAC-2), which is about 8″.8 west and 10″.0 south of center of the galaxy NGC 1028 on one image with 300 sec exposure (limiting R-filter mag 19.0) obtained on Jan. 21.64604UT with the Takahashi FRC-300 (D=300mm, F=2330mm) + CCD Apogee Alta U9000 at Kazan State University Astrotel observatory (Karachay-Cherkessia, Russia, MPCCOD: 114). We have measured V magnitude (with R zero-point) of the supernova 17.5V. Nothing is visible at this position on a Palomar Sky Survey (POSS-II Red) obtained 1990-10-24 (via the Digitized Sky Survey; limiting mag 20.5). In MPChecker no asteroids.