SN2003hy 20030803.0 <195C ARM SN2003hy 20030816.0 <195C Bol SN2003hy 20030901.0 <195C Bol SN2003hy 20030904.0 <185C ARM SN2003hy 20030913.865 163C ARM SN2003hy 20030914.007 166C Bol SN2003hy 20030914.815 163C ARM SN2003hy 20030914.837 166C Bol # SN 2003hy (21:54:22.72, +15:09:38.7 (J2000.0), offset = 6"W, 13"N) # is hosted by IC 5145, a spiral (Sab) galaxy. IC 5145 also produced # SN Ic 2002dn, which was caught at mag about 18.6 about a week after # maximum. The expected maximum for typical SN Ia is consistent with # the discovery magnitude of SN 2003hy. SN 2003hx: In [vsnet-campaign-sn 688] (Sep. 14) >SN2003hx 20030307.2 <185C KAI >SN2003hx 20030912.5 143C KAI >SN2003hx 20030913.5 144C KAI > ># SN 2003hx (5:46:46.97, -16:47:00.6 (J2000.0), offset = 5"W, 2"S) is ># hosted by NGC 2076, a lenticular (S0+: sp) galaxy with a dust lane. ># The SN is located at very near to the nucleus. The morphology of ># the host galaxy suggests that it is probably of type Ia, whose ># expected maximum is mag about 14.2. $B!!(JThe ANU group revealed that it is truely a type Ia SN, near maximum on Sept. 13.78 UT.
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