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[vsnet-campaign-sn 569] SNe informations from IAUC 8083

Dear SN watchers,

  The UCB team report the spectral classifications of five recent SNe
in IAUC 8083.  All spectra were taken with Keck I on Feb. 27 UT.

SN 2003V:
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 547] (Jan. 29):
>SN2003V  20021213.0  <222C  PAL
>SN2003V  20030116.16  182C  PAL
>SN2003V  20030116.18  182C  PAL
>SN2003V  20030116.20  182C  PAL
>SN2003V  20030125.0   184C  PAL
># A host galaxy of SN 2003V (3:05:43.05, -1:24:12.8 (J2000.0), offset
># = 3"W, 2"N) is a small and dim (mag about 18.5) galaxy APMUKS(BJ)
># B030310.79-013550.9.  

It was revealed to be type Ia SN, about 2 months after maximum on Feb.
27 UT.

SN 2003ah:
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 556] (Feb. 10):
>SN2003ah  20030129.2  <185:C  KAI
>SN2003ah  20030208.2   173:C  KAI
>SN2003ah  20030209.2   170:C  KAI
># A host galaxy of SN 2003ah (4:43:08.54, +0:46:00.4 (J2000.0), offset
># = 7"W, 7"N) is an anonymous edge-on spiral galaxy, which is located
># about 1' north of a pair of galaxies UGC 3141.  The SN is
># superimposed on the outermost disk region.  If the host galaxy is
># the same distance as UGC 3141, the expected maximum for typical SN
># Ia is mag about 16.0. 

  It is also type Ia SN, about 12 days after maximum on Feb. 27.  The
recession velocity of the host galaxy was not reported.

SN 2003av:
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 565] (Feb. 22):
>SN2003av  20030116.0  <210C  PAL
>SN2003av  20030204.28  196C  PAL
>SN2003av  20030210.0   195C  PAL
>SN2003av  20030218.0   197C  PAL
>SN2003av  20030219.0   200C  PAL
># SN 2003av (8:01:32.57, +02:48:27.9 (J2000.0), offset 3"E, 1"N) is
># hosted by a dim anonymous galaxy, which is a probable member of
># distant cluster.

  It is yet another SN Ia, about 2 weeks after maximum on Feb. 27.

SN 2003ax:
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 567] (Feb. 25):
>SN2003ax  20030126.0  <195C  PAL
>SN2003ax  20030209.3   187C  PAL
>SN2003ax  20030218.0   184C  PAL
>SN2003ax  20030219.0   186C  PAL
>SN2003ax  20030222.0   188C  PAL
>SN2003ax  20030223.0   190C  PAL
># SN 2003ax (8:08:35.53, +7:46:42.2 (J2000.0), offset = 4"W, 1"N) is
># hosted by an anonymous spiral galaxy making a distant cluster.  

  It is also a SN Ia, about 2 weeks after maximum on Feb. 27.

SN 2003bf:
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 568] (Feb. 28)
>SN2003bf  20030203.24 <208C  NEM
>SN2003bf  20030218.45  176C  NEM
>SN2003bf  20030221.35  172C  NEM
># SN 2003bf (8:08:26.35, +12:19:56.2 (J2000.0), offset = 4"W, 1"S) is
># hosted by LEDA 100775 = 2MASXi J0808266+121957, a dim
># apparently disk galaxy.  The expected maximum for typical SN Ia is
># coincident to the reported magnitudes.

  It is of type Ia around maximum on Feb. 27.

Sincerely Yours,
Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kyushu Univ., Japan

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