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2007IAUC.8792B...1P Circular No. 8792 Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION SUPERNOVAE 2007A, 2007B, 2007C Three apparent supernovae have been discovered on unfiltered CCD frames: 2007A by T. Puckett and T. Orff (cf. IAUC 8781; 0.35-m reflector at Ellijay, GA; source of tabulated data below) and by D. Madison and W. Li (LOSS/KAIT; cf. IAUC 8789); and 2007B (0.6-m reflector) and 2007C (0.3-m reflector) by K. Itagaki (via S. Nakano; cf. IAUC 8782). SN 2007 UT R.A. (2000.0) Decl. Mag. Offset 2007A Jan. 2.02 0 25 16.66 +12 53 12.5 16.0 1".2 W, 10".1 N 2007B Jan. 5.38 22 35 31.10 +34 48 06.6 16.7 7" W, 6" S 2007C Jan. 7.86 13 08 49.30 - 6 47 01.0 15.9 9" E, 22" S Additional magnitudes for 2007A in NGC 105: 2005 Dec. 15, [19.1 (Puckett); 2006 Dec. 7.15, [19.5 (KAIT); 20.13, [18.3 (KAIT); 2007 Jan. 3.12, 16.3 (KAIT); 4.14, 16.0 (J. Newton, Portal, AZ, 0.40-m reflector). The LOSS team reports position end figures 16s.68, 12".7 for 2007A. Additional magnitudes for 2007B in NGC 7315: 2006 Dec. 25.41, [19.0; 2007 Jan. 7.395, 16.4. Additional magnitudes for 2007C in NGC 4981: 2006 Dec. 23.87, [18.5 (Itagaki); 2007 Jan. 8.704, 16.0 (K. Kadota, Ageo, Japan, 0.25-cm f/5 reflector; position end figures 49s.32, 47'00".3); 8.71, 15.8 (Itagaki). All three objects were found near maximum: 2007A and 2007B being type-Ia supernovae, and 2007C of type Ib (details on CBETs 796, 799, and 800). (C) Copyright 2006 CBAT 2007 January 10 (8792) Daniel W. E. Green
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