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[vsnet-campaign-sn 629] SNe information from IAUC 8140

# SN 2003en and 2003eq-eu were discovered at mag 23.2-25.5 
# (cosmological). 
# SN 2003eo was discovered by the NEAT team.  The reported brightest
# mag is 20.2 on Mar. 27.14.

SN2003ep  20021130.2 <190:C  KAI
SN2003ep  20030517.5  157:C  KAI
SN2003ep  20030528.5  163:C  KAI
SN2003ep  20030603.5  167:C  KAI

# SN 2003ep (21:21:07.34, +23:05:05.8 (J2000.0), offset = 4" due west)
# is hosted by NGC7053, a spiral? (S?) galaxy.  It embedded within the
# central region, so probably the discovery was made by the image
# subtraction.  The expeced maximum of typical SN Ia is consistent
# with the discovery magnitude.

SN2003ev  20030409.4 <190:C  KAI
SN2003ev  20030601.3  185:C  KAI
SN2003ev  20030602.3  185:C  KAI

# SN 2003ev (13:10:31.80, -21:39:49.6 (J2000.0), offset = 2"E, 6"N) is
# hosted by 2MASX J13103164-2139555, an apparently edge-on spiral
# galaxy.  In its neighbourhood, there are some galaxies with the
# recession velocities are about 3000 km/s or 7000 km/s.  If the
# latter is near to that of the host galaxy, the expected maximum for
# typical SN Ia is mag about 16.8.

PSN2003-MCG+07-36-33 20030522.4  <190:C  KAI
PSN2003-MCG+07-36-33 20030601.4   186:C  KAI
PSN2003-MCG+07-36-33 20030602.4   183:C  KAI
PSN2003-MCG+07-36-33 20030603.4   181:C  KAI

# The object (17:44:07.72, +40:52:51.6 (J2000.0), offset = 10"W, 49"N)
# is near to MCG +07-36-33, a possibly nearby spiral (S?) galaxy.  The
# appearance of the galaxy is rather small, and the new object seems
# to be located too far from the center of the galaxy.  And, if it
# truely belongs to MCG +07-36-33, it is somewhat subluminous for SN
# (M about -14.5).  The spectroscopic type determination is urged.

Sincerely Yours,
Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kyushu Univ., Japan

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