New and updated convex shape models of asteroids based on optical data from a large collaboration network

J. Hanuš, J. Ďurech, D. A. Oszkiewicz, R. Behrend, B. Carry, M. Delbo, O. Adam, V. Afonina, R. Anquetin, P. Antonini, L. Arnold, M. Audejean, P. Aurard, M. Bachschmidt, B. Baduel, E. Barbotin, P. Barroy, P. Baudouin, L. Berard, N. Berger & 149 others L. Bernasconi, J. G. Bosch, S. Bouley, I. Bozhinova, J. Brinsfield, L. Brunetto, G. Canaud, J. Caron, F. Carrier, G. Casalnuovo, S. Casulli, M. Cerda, L. Chalamet, S. Charbonnel, B. Chinaglia, A. Cikota, F. Colas, J. -F. Coliac, A. Collet, J. Coloma, M. Conjat, E. Conseil, R. Costa, R. Crippa, M. Cristofanelli, Y. Damerdji, A. Debackère, A. Decock, Q. Déhais, T. Déléage, S. Delmelle, C. Demeautis, M. Dróżdż, G. Dubos, T. Dulcamara, M. Dumont, R. Durkee, R. Dymock, A. Escalante Del Valle, N. Esseiva, R. Esseiva, M. Esteban, T. Fauchez, M. Fauerbach, M. Fauvaud, S. Fauvaud, E. Forné, C. Fournel, D. Fradet, J. Garlitz, O. Gerteis, C. Gillier, M. Gillon, R. Giraud, J. -P. Godard, R. Goncalves, Hiroko Hamanowa, Hiromi Hamanowa, K. Hay, S. Hellmich, S. Heterier, D. Higgins, R. Hirsch, G. Hodosan, M. Hren, A. Hygate, N. Innocent, H. Jacquinot, S. Jawahar, E. Jehin, L. Jerosimic, A. Klotz, W. Koff, P. Korlevic, E. Kosturkiewicz, P. Krafft, Y. Krugly, F. Kugel, O. Labrevoir, J. Lecacheux, M. Lehký, A. Leroy, B. Lesquerbault, M. J. Lopez-Gonzales, M. Lutz, B. Mallecot, J. Manfroid, F. Manzini, A. Marciniak, A. Martin, B. Modave, R. Montaigut, J. Montier, E. Morelle, B. Morton, S. Mottola, R. Naves, J. Nomen, J. Oey, W. Ogłoza, M. Paiella, H. Pallares, A. Peyrot, F. Pilcher, J. -F. Pirenne, P. Piron, M. Polińska, M. Polotto, R. Poncy, J. P. Previt, F. Reignier, D. Renauld, D. Ricci, F. Richard, C. Rinner, V. Risoldi, D. Robilliard, D. Romeuf, G. Rousseau, R. Roy, J. Ruthroff, P. A. Salom, L. Salvador, S. Sanchez, T. Santana-Ros, A. Scholz, G. Séné, B. Skiff, K. Sobkowiak, P. Sogorb, F. Soldán, A. Spiridakis, E. Splanska, S. Sposetti, D. Starkey, R. Stephens, A. Stiepen, R. Stoss, J. Strajnic, J. -P. Teng, G. Tumolo, A. Vagnozzi, B. Vanoutryve, J. M. Vugnon, B. D. Warner, M. Waucomont, O. Wertz, M. Winiarski, M. Wolf

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Abstract

Context. Asteroid modeling efforts in the last decade resulted in a comprehensive dataset of almost 400 convex shape models and their rotation states. These efforts already provided deep insight into physical properties of main-belt asteroids or large collisional families. Going into finer detail (e.g., smaller collisional families, asteroids with sizes 20 km) requires knowledge of physical parameters of more objects.

Aims. We aim to increase the number of asteroid shape models and rotation states. Such results provide important input for further studies, such as analysis of asteroid physical properties in different populations, including smaller collisional families, thermophysical modeling, and scaling shape models by disk-resolved images, or stellar occultation data. This provides bulk density estimates incombination with known masses, but also constrains theoretical collisional and evolutional models of the solar system.
Methods. We use all available disk-integrated optical data (i.e., classical dense-in-time photometry obtained from public databases and through a large collaboration network as well as sparse-in-time individual measurements from a few sky surveys) as input for the convex inversion method, and derive 3D shape models of asteroids together with their rotation periods and orientations of rotation axes. The key ingredient is the support of more that 100 observers who submittheir optical data to publicly available databases.
Results. We present updated shape models for 36 asteroids, for which mass estimates are currently available in the literature, or for which masses will most likely be determined from their gravitational influence on smaller bodies whose orbitaldeflections will be observed by the ESA Gaia astrometric mission. Moreover, we also present new shape model determinations for 250 asteroids, including 13 Hungarias and three near-Earth asteroids. The shape model revisions and determinations were enabled by using additional optical data from recent apparitions for shape optimization.
LanguageEnglish
Article numberA108
Number of pages24
JournalAstronomy and Astrophysics
Volume586
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2016

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Hanuš, J., Ďurech, J., Oszkiewicz, D. A., Behrend, R., Carry, B., Delbo, M., ... Wolf, M. (2016). New and updated convex shape models of asteroids based on optical data from a large collaboration network. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 586, [A108]. https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201527441
Hanuš, J. ; Ďurech, J. ; Oszkiewicz, D. A. ; Behrend, R. ; Carry, B. ; Delbo, M. ; Adam, O. ; Afonina, V. ; Anquetin, R. ; Antonini, P. ; Arnold, L. ; Audejean, M. ; Aurard, P. ; Bachschmidt, M. ; Baduel, B. ; Barbotin, E. ; Barroy, P. ; Baudouin, P. ; Berard, L. ; Berger, N. ; Bernasconi, L. ; Bosch, J. G. ; Bouley, S. ; Bozhinova, I. ; Brinsfield, J. ; Brunetto, L. ; Canaud, G. ; Caron, J. ; Carrier, F. ; Casalnuovo, G. ; Casulli, S. ; Cerda, M. ; Chalamet, L. ; Charbonnel, S. ; Chinaglia, B. ; Cikota, A. ; Colas, F. ; Coliac, J. -F. ; Collet, A. ; Coloma, J. ; Conjat, M. ; Conseil, E. ; Costa, R. ; Crippa, R. ; Cristofanelli, M. ; Damerdji, Y. ; Debackère, A. ; Decock, A. ; Déhais, Q. ; Déléage, T. ; Delmelle, S. ; Demeautis, C. ; Dróżdż, M. ; Dubos, G. ; Dulcamara, T. ; Dumont, M. ; Durkee, R. ; Dymock, R. ; Escalante Del Valle, A. ; Esseiva, N. ; Esseiva, R. ; Esteban, M. ; Fauchez, T. ; Fauerbach, M. ; Fauvaud, M. ; Fauvaud, S. ; Forné, E. ; Fournel, C. ; Fradet, D. ; Garlitz, J. ; Gerteis, O. ; Gillier, C. ; Gillon, M. ; Giraud, R. ; Godard, J. -P. ; Goncalves, R. ; Hamanowa, Hiroko ; Hamanowa, Hiromi ; Hay, K. ; Hellmich, S. ; Heterier, S. ; Higgins, D. ; Hirsch, R. ; Hodosan, G. ; Hren, M. ; Hygate, A. ; Innocent, N. ; Jacquinot, H. ; Jawahar, S. ; Jehin, E. ; Jerosimic, L. ; Klotz, A. ; Koff, W. ; Korlevic, P. ; Kosturkiewicz, E. ; Krafft, P. ; Krugly, Y. ; Kugel, F. ; Labrevoir, O. ; Lecacheux, J. ; Lehký, M. ; Leroy, A. ; Lesquerbault, B. ; Lopez-Gonzales, M. J. ; Lutz, M. ; Mallecot, B. ; Manfroid, J. ; Manzini, F. ; Marciniak, A. ; Martin, A. ; Modave, B. ; Montaigut, R. ; Montier, J. ; Morelle, E. ; Morton, B. ; Mottola, S. ; Naves, R. ; Nomen, J. ; Oey, J. ; Ogłoza, W. ; Paiella, M. ; Pallares, H. ; Peyrot, A. ; Pilcher, F. ; Pirenne, J. -F. ; Piron, P. ; Polińska, M. ; Polotto, M. ; Poncy, R. ; Previt, J. P. ; Reignier, F. ; Renauld, D. ; Ricci, D. ; Richard, F. ; Rinner, C. ; Risoldi, V. ; Robilliard, D. ; Romeuf, D. ; Rousseau, G. ; Roy, R. ; Ruthroff, J. ; Salom, P. A. ; Salvador, L. ; Sanchez, S. ; Santana-Ros, T. ; Scholz, A. ; Séné, G. ; Skiff, B. ; Sobkowiak, K. ; Sogorb, P. ; Soldán, F. ; Spiridakis, A. ; Splanska, E. ; Sposetti, S. ; Starkey, D. ; Stephens, R. ; Stiepen, A. ; Stoss, R. ; Strajnic, J. ; Teng, J. -P. ; Tumolo, G. ; Vagnozzi, A. ; Vanoutryve, B. ; Vugnon, J. M. ; Warner, B. D. ; Waucomont, M. ; Wertz, O. ; Winiarski, M. ; Wolf, M. / New and updated convex shape models of asteroids based on optical data from a large collaboration network. In: Astronomy and Astrophysics. 2016 ; Vol. 586.
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In: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 586, A108, 01.02.2016.

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AU - Carry, B.

AU - Delbo, M.

AU - Adam, O.

AU - Afonina, V.

AU - Anquetin, R.

AU - Antonini, P.

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AU - Audejean, M.

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AU - Barbotin, E.

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AU - Berger, N.

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AU - Brinsfield, J.

AU - Brunetto, L.

AU - Canaud, G.

AU - Caron, J.

AU - Carrier, F.

AU - Casalnuovo, G.

AU - Casulli, S.

AU - Cerda, M.

AU - Chalamet, L.

AU - Charbonnel, S.

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AU - Cikota, A.

AU - Colas, F.

AU - Coliac, J. -F.

AU - Collet, A.

AU - Coloma, J.

AU - Conjat, M.

AU - Conseil, E.

AU - Costa, R.

AU - Crippa, R.

AU - Cristofanelli, M.

AU - Damerdji, Y.

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AU - Demeautis, C.

AU - Dróżdż, M.

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AU - Fauchez, T.

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AU - Fauvaud, M.

AU - Fauvaud, S.

AU - Forné, E.

AU - Fournel, C.

AU - Fradet, D.

AU - Garlitz, J.

AU - Gerteis, O.

AU - Gillier, C.

AU - Gillon, M.

AU - Giraud, R.

AU - Godard, J. -P.

AU - Goncalves, R.

AU - Hamanowa, Hiroko

AU - Hamanowa, Hiromi

AU - Hay, K.

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AU - Heterier, S.

AU - Higgins, D.

AU - Hirsch, R.

AU - Hodosan, G.

AU - Hren, M.

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AU - Innocent, N.

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AU - Jerosimic, L.

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AU - Koff, W.

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AU - Lecacheux, J.

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AU - Montier, J.

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AU - Polińska, M.

AU - Polotto, M.

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AU - Previt, J. P.

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AU - Renauld, D.

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AU - Richard, F.

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AU - Risoldi, V.

AU - Robilliard, D.

AU - Romeuf, D.

AU - Rousseau, G.

AU - Roy, R.

AU - Ruthroff, J.

AU - Salom, P. A.

AU - Salvador, L.

AU - Sanchez, S.

AU - Santana-Ros, T.

AU - Scholz, A.

AU - Séné, G.

AU - Skiff, B.

AU - Sobkowiak, K.

AU - Sogorb, P.

AU - Soldán, F.

AU - Spiridakis, A.

AU - Splanska, E.

AU - Sposetti, S.

AU - Starkey, D.

AU - Stephens, R.

AU - Stiepen, A.

AU - Stoss, R.

AU - Strajnic, J.

AU - Teng, J. -P.

AU - Tumolo, G.

AU - Vagnozzi, A.

AU - Vanoutryve, B.

AU - Vugnon, J. M.

AU - Warner, B. D.

AU - Waucomont, M.

AU - Wertz, O.

AU - Winiarski, M.

AU - Wolf, M.

PY - 2016/2/1

Y1 - 2016/2/1

N2 - Context. Asteroid modeling efforts in the last decade resulted in a comprehensive dataset of almost 400 convex shape models and their rotation states. These efforts already provided deep insight into physical properties of main-belt asteroids or large collisional families. Going into finer detail (e.g., smaller collisional families, asteroids with sizes 20 km) requires knowledge of physical parameters of more objects.Aims. We aim to increase the number of asteroid shape models and rotation states. Such results provide important input for further studies, such as analysis of asteroid physical properties in different populations, including smaller collisional families, thermophysical modeling, and scaling shape models by disk-resolved images, or stellar occultation data. This provides bulk density estimates incombination with known masses, but also constrains theoretical collisional and evolutional models of the solar system.Methods. We use all available disk-integrated optical data (i.e., classical dense-in-time photometry obtained from public databases and through a large collaboration network as well as sparse-in-time individual measurements from a few sky surveys) as input for the convex inversion method, and derive 3D shape models of asteroids together with their rotation periods and orientations of rotation axes. The key ingredient is the support of more that 100 observers who submittheir optical data to publicly available databases.Results. We present updated shape models for 36 asteroids, for which mass estimates are currently available in the literature, or for which masses will most likely be determined from their gravitational influence on smaller bodies whose orbitaldeflections will be observed by the ESA Gaia astrometric mission. Moreover, we also present new shape model determinations for 250 asteroids, including 13 Hungarias and three near-Earth asteroids. The shape model revisions and determinations were enabled by using additional optical data from recent apparitions for shape optimization.

AB - Context. Asteroid modeling efforts in the last decade resulted in a comprehensive dataset of almost 400 convex shape models and their rotation states. These efforts already provided deep insight into physical properties of main-belt asteroids or large collisional families. Going into finer detail (e.g., smaller collisional families, asteroids with sizes 20 km) requires knowledge of physical parameters of more objects.Aims. We aim to increase the number of asteroid shape models and rotation states. Such results provide important input for further studies, such as analysis of asteroid physical properties in different populations, including smaller collisional families, thermophysical modeling, and scaling shape models by disk-resolved images, or stellar occultation data. This provides bulk density estimates incombination with known masses, but also constrains theoretical collisional and evolutional models of the solar system.Methods. We use all available disk-integrated optical data (i.e., classical dense-in-time photometry obtained from public databases and through a large collaboration network as well as sparse-in-time individual measurements from a few sky surveys) as input for the convex inversion method, and derive 3D shape models of asteroids together with their rotation periods and orientations of rotation axes. The key ingredient is the support of more that 100 observers who submittheir optical data to publicly available databases.Results. We present updated shape models for 36 asteroids, for which mass estimates are currently available in the literature, or for which masses will most likely be determined from their gravitational influence on smaller bodies whose orbitaldeflections will be observed by the ESA Gaia astrometric mission. Moreover, we also present new shape model determinations for 250 asteroids, including 13 Hungarias and three near-Earth asteroids. The shape model revisions and determinations were enabled by using additional optical data from recent apparitions for shape optimization.

KW - numerical methods

KW - observational methods

KW - minor planets

KW - photometric technique

KW - asteroids

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U2 - 10.1051/0004-6361/201527441

DO - 10.1051/0004-6361/201527441

M3 - Article

VL - 586

JO - Astronomy and Astrophysics

T2 - Astronomy and Astrophysics

JF - Astronomy and Astrophysics

SN - 0004-6361

M1 - A108

ER -