Small Bodies Near and Far (SBNAF): a benchmark study on physical and thermal properties of small bodies in the Solar System

25 Oct 2017 Müller T. G. Marciniak A. Kiss C. Duffard R. Alí-Lagoa V. Bartczak P. Butkiewicz-Bąk M. Dudziński G. Fernández-Valenzuela E. Marton G. Morales N. Ortiz J. -L. Oszkiewicz D. Santana-Ros T. Szakáts R. Santos-Sanz P. Farkas A. Takácsné Varga-Verebélyi E.

The combination of visible and thermal data from the ground and astrophysics space missions is key to improving the scientific understanding of near-Earth, main-belt, trojans, centaurs, and trans-Neptunian objects. To get full information on a small sample of selected bodies we combine different methods and techniques: lightcurve inversion, stellar occultations, thermophysical modeling, radiometric methods, radar ranging and adaptive optics imaging... (read more)

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