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[vsnet-campaign-sn 557] SNe information from IAUC 8069

# SNe 2003aj - al were discovered at the cosmological distance.

SN2003am  20020112.3 <185:C  KAI
SN2003am  20030209.5  178:C  KAI
SN2003am  20030210.4  177:C  KAI

# SN 2003am (13:20:43.57, -22:02:53.5 (J2000.0), offset = 3"W, 11"N)
# is hosted by ESO 576-G40, an edge-on spiral (SBd? pec sp) galaxy
# with notable disturbance.  It had produced SN Ia 1997br, which was
# intrinsically bright but somewhat reddened and whose maximum was R
# about 13.7. 

SN2003an  20030118.5 <185:C  KAI
SN2003an  20030209.6  169:C  KAI
SN2003an  20030210.4  170:C  KAI

# SN 2003an (13:27:53.55, +28:30:29.2 (J2000.0), offset = 4" due east)
# is hosted by MCG +05-32-22, a probable spiral (S?) galaxy.  The
# discovery magnitude is consistent with the expected maximum for SN
# Ia. 

M81nova2003  20030129.4 <195:C  KAI
M81nova2003  20030209.4  178:C  KAI
M81nova2003  20030210.4  179:C  KAI

# The new object is located at 9:55:48.59, +69:03:04.3 (J2000.0),
# which is about 83"E , 51"S of the nucleus of M81.  The absolute
# magnitude of this object is estimated as about -10, which is
# extremely bright for a classical nova.  

Sincerely Yours,
Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kyushu Univ., Japan

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