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Title: Slowly rotating asteroid 1999 GU/sub 3
Authors: Pravec, P.
Sarounova, L.
Benner, L. A. M.
Ostro, S. J.
Hicks, M. D.
Jurgens, R. F.
Giorgini, J. D.
Slade, M. A.
Yeomans, D. K.
Rabinowitz, D. L.
Krugly, Y. N.
Wolf, M.
Issue Date: 2000
Citation: Icarus, vol.148 pp.589-593
USA
Abstract: Optical and radar observations reveal that 1999 GU3 is subkilometer-sized object with a synodic period of 9.0 days, low visual and radar albedos, and colors more consistent with the ordinarychondrites than the vast majority of main-belt asteroids.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/14362
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