SN2003hw 20030219.2 <190:C KAI SN2003hw 20030908.5 183:C KAI SN2003hw 20030910.5 183:C KAI # SN 2003hw (3:01:50.02, +35:44:36.4 (J2000.0), offset = 3"E, 2"N) is # hosted by 2MASX J03014982+3544343, a small galaxy located at 1' # west-northwest of UGC 2491. The host galaxy is probably a member of # a cluster Abell 407 (v_r = 13850 km/s), on the other hand UGC 2491 # is a foreground galaxy (v_r = 4875 km/s). SN 2003hv: In [vsnet-campaign-sn 686] (Sep. 11): > The discovery magnitude (and that it rose about 0.5 mag during 8 >days) suggest that it is a type Ia SN near maximum. David Bishop's >page mentioned that it is indeed of type Ia. The follow-up >photometries are encouraged for this bright object. The Carnegie Observatories team revealed that it is of type Ia near maximum (Sept. 10.36 UT spectrum). SN 2003ho: In [vsnet-campaign-sn 677] (Aug. 26): >SN2003ho 20030710.08 <185CR MLF >SN2003ho 20030731.796 186:C MLF >SN2003ho 20030825.795 188:C MLF > ># 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 ># ((PR?)SB:(rs:)cd:) galaxy. The expected maximum for typical SN Ia ># is mag about 15.5, so it is possibly an old SN or/and a collapsing ># event. The Carnegie Observatories team also revealed that it is a normal type II SN about 1 month old on Sept. 7.04 UT.
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