It is late in this lunar cycle, but there is one promising target that showed up recently on the Bright Supernova page that was not already covered in the prior months' threads. So I guess it is time to kick off the August thread. I have not a had a chance to observe this one yet, hopefully I will get one more clear night this cycle:
SN 2019krv is associated with NGC 7236 in Pegasus. It is a type Ia and was measured at 16.4 mag on 7/25. It is fairly wide away from the galaxy, a somewhat unusual looking E-S0 type that shows disruption stretching out toward the location of the current SN. It is interacting with its very close neighbor NGC 7237 which has another smaller galaxy adjacent to it labeled 7237c that appears to be about 10% nearer to us than the interacting pair. The pair of NGC's are listed as Arp 129, K564, and II Zw 172.
There are a number of other much fainter galaxies distributed around the area. Those are on my target list if conditions are favorable.