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                                                  Electronic Telegram No. 316
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 INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION
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 SUPERNOVA 2005lt IN MCG +03-30-51
     Further to IAUC 8641, H. Khandrika and W. Li report the
 LOSS discovery of an apparent supernova on unfiltered KAIT
 images.  SN 2005lt is located at R.A. = 11h42m26s.21, Decl. =
 +20d07'05".0 (equinox 2000.0), which is 24".5 east and 5".4 south
 of the nucleus of the galaxy MCG +03-30-51.  Available magnitudes
 for 2005lt:  May 29.20 UT, [19.0; Dec. 10.55, 15.7; 12.54, 15.7
 (under poor conditions, but the new object was obviously detected).


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 2005 December 12                 (CBET 316)               Daniel W. E. Green





                                                  Electronic Telegram No. 319
 Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams
 INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL UNION
 M.S. 18, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A.
 IAUSUBS@CFA.HARVARD.EDU or FAX 617-495-7231 (subscriptions)
 CBAT@CFA.HARVARD.EDU (science)
 URL http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/iau/cbat.html


 SUPERNOVA 2005lt IN MCG +03-30-51
     D. K. Sahu and G. C. Anupama, Indian Institute of Astrophysics,
 report that a spectrogram (range 350-720 nm) of SN 2005lt (cf. IAUC
 8645), obtained on Dec. 16.01 UT with the Indian Astronomical
 Observatory's 2-m Himalayan Chandra Telescope (+ HFOSC) shows it to
 be a type-Ia supernova.  The expansion velocity, derived from the
 minimum of Si II (rest wavelength 635.5 nm), and adopting the NED
 recession velocity of 5974 km/s for the host galaxy (from Haynes et
 al. 1997, A.J. 113, 1197), is about 7500 km/s.


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      superseded by text appearing later in the printed IAU Circulars.

                         (C) Copyright 2005 CBAT
 2005 December 19                 (CBET 319)               Daniel W. E. Green
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