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2003IAUC.8089....2W - IAU Circ., 8089, 2 (2003/March-0)

Supernovae 2003bo, 2003bp, and 2003bq.

WOOD-VASEY W.M., ALDERING G., NUGENT P., HUTCHINGS D., LI W., LOTOSS and BOLES T.

Abstract (from CDS):

Three apparent supernovae have been found on unfiltered CCD images – SN 2003bo by W. M. Wood-Vasey et al. (cf. IAUC 8088; Palomar NEAT images), SN 2003bp by D. Hutchings and W. Li (LOTOSS, via KAIT images; cf. IAUC 8086), and SN 2003bq by T. Boles (cf. IAUC 8086). SN 2003 UT R.A. (2000.0) Decl. Mag. Offset 2003bo Feb. 19.41 9 47 43.41 +36 18 21.8 19.6 8".4 W 2003bp Mar. 6.2 8 27 27.81 +17 17 14.5 17.8 17".6 E, 11".6 N 2003bq Mar. 6.95 6 42 50.12 +41 25 19.9 18.7 20".1 W, 4".3 N Additional approximate magnitudes from the respective discoverers (those denoted 'NEAT' are from Wood-Vasey): SN 2002bo, 2002 Nov. 24.52, [20.2; 2003 Mar. 3.28, 19.5. SN 2002bp in NGC 2596, Feb. 19.2, [19.0; 28.3, 18.2 (NEAT); Mar. 6.1, 17.8 (NEAT); 7.2, 17.8. SN 2003bq in UGC 3513, Feb. 17, [19.5; Mar. 7.791, 18.7. SN 2003bq is also absent from Palomar Sky Survey red and blue plates. SN 1998fa also appeared in UGC 3513.

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Nomenclature: [WAN2003] JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s N=1 = [WAN2003k] JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s N=1.

Errata: + corrigendum in IAUC 8127

Simbad objects: 7

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