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[vsnet-campaign-sn 596] SNe informations from IAUC 8105

SN2003cx  20020517.29 <210C  PAL
SN2003cx  20030212.61 <203C  PAL
SN2003cx  20030323.44  194C  PAL
SN2003cx  20030331.42  191C  PAL
SN2003cx  20030331.46  191C  PAL
SN2003cx  20030331.48  191C  PAL

# SN 2003cx (13:57:06.46, -17:02:22.6 (J2000.0), offset = 1"W, 3"S) is
# hosted by a dim (mag about 18) galaxy, which has stellar appearence
# on DSS images.

SN 2003cp: 
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 593] (Apr. 1):
>SN2003cp  20030314.0  <185:C  ARM
>SN2003cp  20030330.86  162:C  ARM
>SN2003cp  20030331.786 162:C  ARM
># SN 2003cp (8:09:11.13, +57:41:14.0 (J2000.0), offset = 3"W, 9"N) is
># hosted by MCG +10-12-78, a spiral (Sb) galaxy.  The expected maximum
># for typical SN Ia is consistent with the discovery magnitude.  A
># bright (mag about 15) foreground star exists at about 17" ENE of the
># nucleus of the host galaxy.  

  The CfA team reported that the spectrum taken on Apr. 1.18 resembles
that of SN Ia 2-3 weeks after maximum, but there are some unusuality.
The spectrum can be seen at: 
, from which I have an impression that it can be somewhat younger than
they reported.

Sincerely Yours,
Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kyushu Univ., Japan

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