SN2002ez 20010906.0 <205C PAL SN2002ez 20021127.0 <205C PAL SN2002ez 20020723.28 176C PAL SN2002ez 20020723.40 176C PAL SN2002ez 20020729.0 185C PAL SN2002ez 20020808.0 184C PAL SN2002ez 20020820.0 189C PAL SN2002ez 20020826.0 193C PAL # The host galaxy of SN 2002ez is 2MASXi J220205-135958, apparently a # distant barred-spiral galaxy. Reported offset was 4"E, 18" S, but # if the reported position is correct, the offset toward south is as # larger as 23". There is a foreground star (rmag = 17.8 in # USNO_A2.0) between SN and the galaxy. SN2002fa 20020701.0 <205C PAL SN2002fa 20020720.0 <205C PAL SN2002fa 20020803.0 <205C PAL SN2002fa 20020824.34 194C PAL SN2002fa 20020824.39 194C PAL SN2002fa 20020901.0 193C PAL # The host galaxy of SN 2002fa is an anonymous distant spiral galaxy. SN2002fb 20020831.4 <190:C KAI SN2002fb 20020906.4 171:C KAI SN2002fb 20020907.4 169:C LNi # NGC 759, the host galaxy of SN 2002fb, is a elliptical galaxy. The # CfA team has revealed that it is of type Ia near the maximum light # on Sept. 7.5 UT, which is coincident to what is expected from the # morphology of the host galaxy. They say that it is possibly # peculiar SN Ia, resembling a subluminous SN Ia 1991bg. The expected # maximum of typical SN Ia is mag about 15.9, which is brighter than # the reported value, then the subluminous nature is also supported.