Analyzing 320670 SN 1604 Superclasses: 1931185 - astronomical radio source 207436 - supernova remnant 2154519 - astrophysical X-ray source 318 - galaxy 3937 - supernova 6458 - nova 67206691 - infrared source 4235019 - space object 6999 - astronomical object 488383 - object 17334923 - location 223557 - physical object 27096213 - geographic entity 1454986 - physical system 30060700 - object of science 4406616 - concrete object 58778 - system 6671777 - structure 35120 - something 58416391 - spatial entity 58415929 - spatio-temporal entity 202265 - emission nebula 42372 - Q42372 249389 - deep-sky object 1322005 - natural phenomenon 523 - star 751989 - celestial event 1190554 - occurrence 16722960 - phenomenon 483247 - phenomenon 1027098 - fusor 26907166 - temporal entity 1059564 - cataclysmic variable star 13890 - double star 15053549 - gravitationally bound system 2716249 - contact binary 50053 - binary star 595871 - star system 6243 - variable star 9262 - asterism 978297 - binary system Subclasses: Instances: Properties: label Plabel SN 1604 description Pdescription Supernova discovered in 1604 alias Palias Kepler's Supernova page Ppage Kepler%27s_Supernova 59 constellation q 8906 Ophiuchus 18 image v Keplers supernova.jpg 3083 SIMBAD ID e NAME Kepler SNR 528 catalog code s 1ES 1727-21.4 528 catalog code s 3C 358 528 catalog code s ESO 588-4 528 catalog code s GCRV 67121 528 catalog code s HR 6515 528 catalog code s IRAS 17276-2126 528 catalog code s MRC 1727-214 528 catalog code s PK 004+06 1 528 catalog code s PN G004.5+06.8 528 catalog code s 1RXS J173040.4-212836 528 catalog code s SN 1604A 528 catalog code s IRAS Z17276-2126 528 catalog code s SN 1604 528 catalog code s AJG 71 528 catalog code s CSI-21-17276 528 catalog code s CTB 41 528 catalog code s Kes 57 528 catalog code s MSH 17-2-11 528 catalog code s OHIO T -246 528 catalog code s PKS 1727-21 528 catalog code s PKS 1727-214 528 catalog code s PKS J1730-2129 528 catalog code s [PBD2003] G004.5+06.8 2583 distance from Earth n 20000 (531) 575 time of discovery or invention v -11525587200 6257 right ascension n 262.6499000 (28390) 6258 declination n -21.4822861 (28390) 215 spectral class s SNIa 6259 epoch q 1264450 J2000.0 361 part of q 321 Milky Way