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2003IAUC.8232....1A - IAU Circ., 8232, 1 (2003/October-0)

Supernovae 2003jb, 2003jc, 2003jd, and 2003je.

ARBOUR R., BURKET J., SWIFT B., LI W. and BRIGGS D.

Abstract (from CDS):

Four apparent supernovae have been discovered on unfiltered CCD images: 2003jb by R. Arbour (cf. IAUC 8205), and the rest by LOSS/KAIT (cf. IAUC 8231, via J. Burket, B. Swift and W. Li). SN 2003 UT R.A. (2000.0) Decl. Mag. Offset 2003jb Oct. 23.84 14 49 22.28 +63 16 06.2 16.5 4".6 E, 8".0 S 2003jc Oct. 24.2 23 04 53.34 - 6 32 12.1 17.0 20".2 W, 6".6 N 2003jd Oct. 25.2 23 21 03.38 - 4 53 45.5 16.1 8".3 E, 7".7 S 2003je Oct. 25.5 8 49 22.24 +36 42 56.6 18.1 3".7 W, 19".8 N The above astrometry for SN 2003jb in IC 1065 is by D. Briggs, Portsmouth, England, from an image obtained with a 0.60-m reflector on Oct. 24.911 UT (estimated mag approximately 15.9); Arbour's own position end figures, obtained from an image taken in more inferior conditions, are 21s.98, 08".6. Arbour adds that SN 2003jb is not present on his image taken on Oct. 17.88 or on Digitized Sky Survey images (limiting magnitudes fainter than 20.0 from a blue plate and 18.5 from a red plate). Additional approximate KAIT magnitudes: SN 2003jc in MCG -01-58-18, Oct. 5.2, [18.5; 25.2, 16.9. SN 2003jd in MCG -01-59-21, Oct. 16.2, [19.0; 26.2, 16.0. SN 2003je in NGC 2668, Oct. 15.5, [19.0; 26.5, 17.9.

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