SN2002dp 20011228.3 <190:C KAI SN2002dp 20020618.09 151:C KLO SN2002dp 20020619.02 151:C KLO SN2002dp 20020619.5 150:C KAI # SN 2002dp occured in a face-on spiral (SAB(rs)c;Sbrst Sy2) galaxy # NGC 7678. The position (measured by W. Li, the KAIT team) is: R.A. # = 23h28m30s.12, Decl. = +22o25'38".8 (2000.0) , which is about 31" # east and 22" north of the nucleus of NGC 7678 and superimposed on # the northeastern arm. The expected maximum for typical SN Ia is mag # about 15.1. SN Ib 1997dc also occured in the same galaxy, whose # maximum was mag about 17.5. SN2002dq 20020609.5 <180:C KAI SN2002dq 20020618.5 170:C KAI SN2002dq 20020619.4 171:C KAI # SN 2002dq occured in an early spiral (SB(r)a pec) galaxy NGC 7051. # The position is R.A. = 21h19m49s.95, Decl. = -8o46'39".8 (equinox # 2000.0), which is about 20" west and 19" north of the nucleus of NGC # 7051. There is a confusing foreground star about 40" NW of the # nucleus, and SN locates between this star and the nucleus. The # expected maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about 14.8.