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[vsnet-campaign-sn 583] SNe information from IAUC 8093

# SN 2003bv was already reported in [vsnet-campaign-sn 582] (CBET 11).

SN2003bv  20030201.0   <190C  Bol
SN2003bv  20030218.0   <195C  Bol
SN2003bv  20030311.995  177C  Bol
SN2003bv  20030313.918  168C  Bol

# SN 2003bv (7:22:11.92, +40:28:01.5 (J2000.0), offset = 4"E, 5"S) is
# hosted by MCG +07-15-15, a barred-spiral galaxy with a ring
# structure.  The expected maximum (derived from NED recession
# velocity) of typical SN Ia is well below (more than 1 mag) of the
# reported magnitude on Mar. 13.918, so the timely follow-up
# observations (spectroscopy, photometry) are extremely encouraged.

SN2003bw  20020704.3 <190:C  KAI
SN2003bw  20030312.5  180:C  KAI
SN2003bw  20030313.5  180:C  SCH

# SN 2003bw (14:57:22.44, -19:12:45.9 (J2000.0), offset = 10"E, 4"N)
# is hosted by IC 1077, a face-on spiral (SA(s)bc) galaxy.   The new
# object is superimposed on the western arm.  It was also detected on
# Mar. 3.5 in poor condition.  The expected maximum of typical SN Ia
# is mag about 15.2, though it seems not a case.

# Faint SNe 2003bx-ca were discovered by Deep Lens Survey with 4-m
# class telescopes. 

# Deep Lens Survey also discovered an optical transient without
# apparent host galaxy at 9:22:38.29, +29:17:19.1 (J2000.0), which was
# mag 22.9 on Mar. 10.3.

Sincerely Yours,
Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kyushu Univ., Japan

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