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SN 1984N

This supernova is a special case since despite knowing of its existence, studies on it are very limited. This lack of information about it can be justified by several factors, for example, how far it is from Earth (the further, the more difficult its study), the little interest it arouses (nobody sees any reason to study it) or that its discovery is really new and has not had time to formulate studies (but this is not the case because it was descovered 1984-07-20).  Its galaxy host it is NGC 7184.

Galaxy NGC 7184 - Barred Spiral Galaxy in Aquarius Constellation

In this page you can check that what I am saying.

However, I found a photometry