My attempt at NGC 3184, a spiral galaxy located in the constellation of Ursa Major, and home to a recently discovered supernova SN 2016bkv by Koichi Itagaki on March 21, 2016. Currently at magnitude 15, and located at a distance of 25-55 million light years away for the galaxy, we are seeing an event that happened long ago.

Taken with an ED80CFT 80 mm refractor with an Atik 314l+ mono ccd. Exposures of 300 seconds through L/R/G/B filters.