Location of the supernova in galaxy NGC 7250 is marked with the cross on the picture. My telescopic visual estimated brightness was 12.9 magnitude.
Four months after its perihelion the comet is still quite bright with 5′ coma but no visible tail. It can be observed with binoculars and small telescopes. Currently located high in northern skies in constellation Cepheus.
Sunspot AR1785 is one of the biggest groups of Solar Cycle 24 in the southern limb. Despite favourable magnetic conditions for X-class solar flare the spot did not produce any strong flare. The following images were recorded in bad seeing 2/10 and windy weather.
Some time ago there was a site like that but the author discontinued its support. The only thing left for me was to make the simple script that reads xml data for every station and displays them together. Links to those xml data are not officially published so you need some knowledge or luck to find them.
The finished site is available here. It is updated every 5 minutes, so it may not be accurate during rush hours with many bike changes. Stations with zero available bikes are colored in pink.