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2003IAUC.8085B...1F Circular No. 8085 Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION SUPERNOVAE Further to their reports on IAUC 8084, A. V. Filippenko and R. Chornock add that inspection of additional CCD spectra, also obtained on Feb. 27 or 28 UT, shows that SN 2003ac (IAUC 8064) is beginning to develop He I lines, as predicted on IAUC 8065. SN 2003am (IAUC 8069) is of type II in the nebular phase; H_alpha emission is very strong. SN 2003an (IAUC 8069) is of type Ia at redshift 0.037 (host galaxy), about 2 weeks past maximum. SN 2003aq (IAUC 8072) is of type II, well into the plateau phase; H_alpha emission greatly dominates over the absorption component in the P-Cyg profile. SN 2003au (IAUC 8075) is of type Ia at redshift 0.031 (host galaxy), about 1 month past maximum; the spectral features resemble those of the subluminous type-Ia SN 1991bg. SN 2003ay (IAUC 8079) is of type Ia at redshift 0.073 (from the supernova features), about 2 weeks past maximum. The following redshifts were measured for objects reported on IAUC 8083: SN 2003V, 0.045 (host galaxy); SN 2003ah, 0.03 (supernova features); SN 2003av, 0.14 (supernova features); SN 2003ax, 0.054 (host galaxy); SN 2003bf, 0.034 (host galaxy). 2003 March 1 (8085) Daniel W. E. Green
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