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[vsnet-campaign-sn 561] SNe information from IAUC 8072

SN2003aq  20020530.0   <195C  Bol
SN2003aq  20030206.070  185C  Bol
SN2003aq  20030214.119  180C  Bol

# SN 2003aq (14:10:07.24, +17:37:05.3 (J2000.0), offset = 4"E, 8"N) is
# hosted by NGC 5490C = Arp 79, a face-on barred spiral (SB(rs)bc)
# galaxy.  The SN is superimposed on the northeastern arm.  NGC 5490C
# belongs to a group (or cluster) of galaxies led by NGC 5490
# (elliptical), which had produced peculiarly less luminous SN Ia
# 1997cn (discovered at mag about 158C, but due to its intrinsic
# redness, its maximum was thought to be V about 16.8).  The expected
# maximum for typical SN Ia in this group is mag about 16.1, then SN
# 2003aq seems to be a gravitational-collapse event.

SN2003ar  20030123.0  <195C  Bol
SN2003ar  20030206.162 179C  Bol
SN2003ar  20030214.142 168C  Bol

# SN 2003ar (16:02:08.11, +70:24:55.5 (J2000.0), offset = 5"E, 6"S) is
# hosted by MCG +12-15-47, which is probably identified with poorly
# coordinated NGC 6071, an early-type (E or S0) galaxy.  The expected
# maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about 16.7.

SN2003as  20030126.0  <190C  Bol
SN2003as  20030213.909 168C  Bol
SN2003as  20030124.765 168C  Bol

# SN 2003as (5:28:45.81, +49:52:59.1 (J2000.0), offset = 10"E, 2"S) is
# hosted by MCG +08-10-7, a spiral galaxy near the Galactic plane (b =
# 8o.4).  The expected maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about 17.6 in
# R (the Galactic extinction is introduced according to Schlegel et al.
# (1998)), but unfiltered CCD observation would make a brighter
# magnitude because of the infrared leak.  

# SN 2003L was detected also in X-ray.

Sincerely Yours,
Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kyushu Univ., Japan

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