SN2003ig 20030208.2 <195C KAI SN2003ig 20030911.5 <180C KAI SN2003ig 20030922.5 184C KAI SN2003ig 20030923.5 182C KAI # SN 2003ig (4:09:43.50, +37:00:45.8 (J2000.0), offset = 2"E, 11"N) is # hosted by UGC 2971, a spiral galaxy near the galactic plane. The # expected maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about 17.1. SN2003ih 20030202.1 <205:C KAI SN2003ih 20030908.5 <195:C KAI SN2003ih 20030915.04 181C ARM SN2003ih 20030919.5 197:C KAI SN2003ih 20030921.04 181C ARM SN2003ih 20030923.16 181C ARM # SN 2003ih (3:43:57.72, +39:17:43.2 (J2000.0), offset = 9"E, 1"N) is # hosted by UGC 2836, a apparently lenticular (S0-:) galaxy near the # galactic plane. The expected maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about # 16.6. The morphology of the host galaxy suggest that it would be of # type Ia. UGC 2836 produced SN IIn 2001I (brightest reported mag # 17.6), which suggest that this galaxy experienced the recent star # formation. SN 2003ie: In [vsnet-campaign-sn 696] (Sept. 22): >SN2003ie 20030919.839 152:C ARB >SN2003ie 20030920.173 149C Bol > ># SN 2003ie (12:03:18.15, +44:31:34.6 (J2000.0), offset = 91"E, 19"S) ># is hosted by NGC 4051, a nearby spiral (SAB(rs)bc) galaxy. This ># galaxy had also produced SN Ic 1983I, whose maximum was mag about ># 13.7. The Asiago group showed that it is type II SN. SN2003ii 20030902.0 <195C Bol SN2003ii 20030923.030 184C Bol SN2003ii 20030923.922 184C Bol # SN 2003ii (2:33:04.80, +35:30:29.7 (J2000.0), offset = 8"E, 2"N) is # hosted by MCG +06-6-53, a spiral galaxy. There is a bright star # east of the galaxy, which may not related with the galaxy.
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