SN2002jj 20020814.5 <190:C KAI SN2002jj 20021001.4 <180:C KAI SN2002jj 20021024.4 165:C KAI SN2002jj 20021103.4 165:C KAI SN2002jj 20021203.4 165:C KAI # IC 340, a host galaxy of SN 2002jj (3:39:29:55, -13:06:55.8 # (J2000.0), offset = 7"E, 2"S), is a lenticular (S0^0^:) galaxy. # There is a bright (mag about 14) foreground star about 15" east of # the nucleus of IC 340. SN is located between the nucleus and this # foreground star. The KAIT discovery image can be seen at: # http://astron.berkeley.edu/~bait/2002/sn2002jj.gif . The expected # maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about 15.6. # # Lenticular galaxies are believed to produce SNe Ia only. On the # other hand, the reported magnitudes suggest that it does not like SN # Ia but it can be of type IIP in the plateau phase, though it seems # somewhat brighter than typical SNe II. It is urged to determine # whether it is genuine SN. SN2002jk 20020121.0 <205C PAL SN2002jk 20020122.0 <205C PAL SN2002jk 20020204.0 204:C PAL SN2002jk 20020214.37 179C PAL SN2002jk 20020223.0 176C PAL SN2002jk 20020311.0 180C PAL SN2002jk 20020322.0 183C PAL SN2002jk 20020422.0 185C PAL # 2MASXi J1044142+155817 = MAPS-NGP O_432_0631575, a host galaxy of SN # 2002jk (10:44:14.39, +15:58:09.9 (J2000.0), offset = 1"E, 5"S), is a # dim galaxy (mag about 17). It is a old SN.