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Fig. 5


R-band image cutouts, approximately 20 × 20″ large of the supernova candidates SVISS-SN43, SVISS-SN161, SVISS-SN115 and SVISS-SN116. The leftmost panels show the reference image, middle panels show the peak brightness (observed) epoch and the rightmost panels show the subtracted image at peak brightness. The (red) circle marks the location of the supernova as detected in the subtracted frame. The most likely redshifts (from the typing code) for these SNe are (starting at the top) 0.43, 0.50, 0.40 and 0.55, respectively.

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