SN 2005cs one-year photometry (Pastorello+, 2009)

The systematic photometric monitoring of SN 2005cs began on 2005 June
30, 3d after the SN discovery. However, earlier unfiltered images
obtained by amateur astronomers were also collected. These data are
particularly important because they show the light-curve evolution soon
after the shock breakout. There is no evidence of the SN presence in
images obtained on 2005 June 26, but the SN was clearly visible the
subsequent day. The SN was then followed for one year (until 2006 July)
in the optical bands, and until 2006 December in the NIR. A few optical
observations obtained in 2007 show no trace of the SN.

(3 data files).