SN2003ja 20031007.4 <190:C KAI SN2003ja 20031022.4 171:C KAI SN2003ja 20031023.4 171:C KAI # SN 2003ja (2:12:11.81, +44:34:20.8 (J2000.0), offset = 6"W, 14"N) is # hosted by NGC 846, a barred-spical galaxy. The SN is superimposed # on the northern inner arm. There are some foreground stars around # the galaxy. The UCB team has revealed that it is probably a young # SN II (Oct. 23 spectrum). SN 2003hr: In [vsnet-campaign-sn 683] (Sep. 3!): >SN2003hr 20030402.0 <195:C Bol >SN2003hr 20030831.16 168:C Bol >SN2003hr 20030901.150 168:C Bol > ># SN 2003hr (8:24:39.06, +73:24:23.3 (J2000.0), offset = 48"W, 20"S) ># is hosted by NGC 2551, a spiral (SA(s)0/a) galaxy. The expected ># maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about 14.2 (!), but it seems not ># the case. The UCB team showed that it is a type II SN, several months after maximum (Oct. 23 spectrum). SN 2003ix: In [vsnet-campaign-sn 714] (Oct. 21): >SN2003ix 20030407.1 <195:C KAI >SN2003ix 20031019.5 188:C KAI >SN2003ix 20031020.5 188:C KAI > ># SN 2003ix (7:14:25.72, +55:08:53.4 (J2000.0), offset = 7"W, 1"S) is ># hosted by UGC 3746, a spiral (Sb) galaxy within a group (or cluster) ># of galaxies. The expected maximum for typical SN Ia is mag about ># 16.9. The UCB team also revealed that it is a type Ia SN, a few weeks after maximum (Oct. 23 spectrum). SN 2003iy: In [vsnet-campaign-sn 715] (Oct. 23): >SN2003iy 20030715.0 <185C KIt >SN2003iy 20031020.387 168C KIt >SN2003iy 20031022.364 169C KIt > ># SN 2003iy (16:21:43.22, +55:05:05.2 (J2000.0), offset = 8"E, 4"S) is ># hosted by NGC 6143, a spiral (SAB(rs)bc:) galaxy. The new object is ># superimposed on the disk. The expected maximum for typical SN Ia is ># mag about 15.9, based on the NED recession velocity (5310 km/s). ># Note that RC3 has very smaller (1595 km/s) value. The UCB team revealed that it is a young type-II SN (Oct. 23 spectrum). SN 2003iz: In [vsnet-campaign-sn 715] (Oct. 23): >SN2003iz 20031004.4 <190:C KAI >SN2003iz 20031014.4 183:C KAI >SN2003iz 20031021.4 177:C KAI >SN2003iz 20031022.4 177:C KAI > ># SN 2003iz (1:02:06.75, +26:56:21.3 (J2000.0), offset = 18"E, 46"S) ># is hosted by UGC 638, a giant-elliptical (cD) galaxy which is the ># center of the cluster CID 04. From the morphology of the host ># galaxy, it would be a type Ia SN, whose expected maximum is ># consistent with the discovery magnitudes. The UCB team (Oct. 23 spectrum) and the CfA team (Oct. 23.28 spectrum) showed that it is indeed a SN Ia, several days after maximum light.
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