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[vsnet-campaign-sn 713] peculiar SN Ic 2003id

Subject: peculiar SN Ic 2003id

  IAUC 8228 informed about SN 2003id.

>># SN 2003id (2:21:35.70, -5:31:51.0 (J2000.0), offset = 11"W, 35"S) is
>># hosted by NGC 895,  a nearby spiral (SA(s)cd) galaxy.  The expected
>># maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about 14.2, so it seems to be a
>># gravitational-collapsed event and/or absorbed SN.
>  The Carnegie Observatories team also revealed that it is type Ic
>supernova about 4 days before maximum on Sept. 18.33 UT.

  The Carnegue Observatories team continue to monitor SN 2003id.  It
has strong unidentified absorption lines, and the expansion velocity
seems to be quite large for the one-month old SN.  The light curve is
also peculiar; further observation is required.

SN2003id  20030919.0  170:V LCO
SN2003id  20030925.0  172:V LCO
SN2003id  20031003.0  173:V LCO
SN2003id  20031016.0  186V  LCO

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