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[vsnet-campaign-sn 679] SNe information from IAUC 8187

SN 2003hg: 
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 673] (Aug. 19):
>SN2003hg  20030809.4 <190:C  KAI
>SN2003hg  20030818.4  169:C  KAI
>SN2003hg  20030819.4  169:C  KAI
># SN 2003hg (23:51:24.13, +20:06:38.3 (J2000.0), offset = 11"W, 4"S)
># is hosted by NGC 7771, a barred-spiral (SB(s)a) galaxy interacting
># with a lenticular (S0/a) galaxy NGC 7770.  The expected maximum for
># typical SN Ia is mag about 14.7, so this SN seems a core-collapse
># event. 

  The Asiago group revealed that it is a type-II SN shortly after
explosion on Aug. 22.48 spectrum.  It seems to be highly reddened by
the interstellar matter.

SN 2003hg: 
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 673] (Aug. 19):
>SN2003hh  20030808.5 <195:C  KAI
>SN2003hh  20030818.5  187:C  KAI
>SN2003hh  20030819.4  181:C  KAI
># SN 2003hh (00:00:07.08, +08:16:42.3 (J2000.0), offset = 3" due
># south) is hosted by UGC 12890, an elliptical (E, NLSy1) galaxy
># within a compact cluster.  This SN seems to be of type Ia soon after
># explosion, which is consistent with the discovery magnitudes.

  The VLT spectrum (on Aug. 20) revealed that it is a subluminous type
Ia SN before maximum.  It is also reddened by the interstellar medium
in the host galaxy. 

SN 2003ho:
In [vsnet-campaign-sn 677] (Aug. 26)
># SN 2003ho (21:06:30.56, -48:07:29.9 (J2000.0), reported offset =
># 33"E, 15"S) is hosted by ESO 235-G58, an open barred-spiral

  The offset should be 22" east and 15" south of the nucleus of the
host galaxy ESO 235-G58.

Sincerely Yours,
Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kyushu Univ., Japan

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