Dear SN watchers, IAUC 7988 informed spectral types of several recent SNe: SN 2002gb: In [vsnet-obs 41749] (Oct. 05): >SN2002gb 20011005.0 <205C PAL >SN2002gb 20020816.0 <205C PAL >SN2002gb 20020828.26 189C PAL >SN2002gb 20020909.0 194C PAL >SN2002gb 20021003.0 195C PAL > ># SN 2002gb (22:43:21.31, -0:06:53.0, J2000.0) is located 1".4 due ># north of an apparent anonymous host galaxy. About 2' from SN, ># there is a distant galaxy 2MASXi J2243151-000758, whose recession ># velocity is 16734 km/s. If SN 2002gb has the same distance as this ># galaxy, the expected maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about 18.5 ># (or somewhat brighter), so SN 2002gb seems less luminous. Spectra taken at Las Campanas and Keck-I (Oct. 8) revealed that it is type Ia SN about 20-30 days after maximum light. The recession velocity of the galaxy was measured as 22000 km/s. SN 2002gc: In [vsnet-obs 41749] (Oct. 05): >SN2002gc 20010903.0 <190C Bol >SN2002gc 20021003.88 174C Bol >SN2002gc 20021004.845 173C Bol > ># UGC 1394, a host galaxy of SN 2002gc, is a spiral (Sa) galaxy near ># the Galactic plane (b=-15o). The expected maximum for typical SN Ia ># is mag about 16.6. The UCB team took a spectrum with Keck-I telescope on Oct. 8, which shows it is a type Ia SN with some peculiarities, A Si II/Ti II 580-nm absorption feature (typical for subluminous SN Ia) was prominent, but Ti II 420-nm absorption (also seen in subluminous SN Ia) was absent. Such characteristics resembles that of SN Ia 2002eu which had a normal luminosity.