SN 2004aw: confirming diversity of Type Ic supernovae

@article{Taubenberger2006SN2C,
  title={SN 2004aw: confirming diversity of Type Ic supernovae},
  author={Stefan Taubenberger and A. Pastorello and P. A. Mazzali and Stefano Valenti and Giusto Pignata and Daniel N. Sauer and Alexandre Arbey and O. Barnbantner and Stefano Benetti and A. della Valle and Jf Deng and Nancy Elias-Rosa and Alexei V. Filippenko and Ryan J. Foley and Ariel Goobar and Rubina Kotak and W. D. Li and Peter Meikle and Javier M{\'e}ndez and Ferdinando Patat and E. Pian and Christoph Ries and Pilar Ruiz-Lapuente and Maria Elena Salvo and Vallery Stanishev and Massimo Turatto and W Hillebrandt},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={371},
  pages={1459-1477}
}
Optical and near-infrared (near-IR) observations of the Type Ic supernova (SN Ic) 2004aw are presented, obtained from -3 to +413 d with respect to the B-band maximum. The photometric evolution is characterized by a comparatively slow post-maximum decline of the light curves. The peaks in redder bands are significantly delayed relative to the bluer bands, the I-band maximum occurring 8.4 d later than that in B. With an absolute peak magnitude of -18.02 in the V band the SN can be considered… 
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