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Title: Radar and Optical Observations of Asteroid 1998 KY26
Authors: Ostro, S.
Pravec, P.
Benner, L.
Hudson, R.
Sarounova, L.
Hicks, M.
Rabinowitz, D.
Scotti, J.
Tholen, D.
Wolf, M.
Jurgens, R.
Thomas, M.
Giorgini, J.
Chodas, P.
Yeomans, D.
Rose, R.
Frye, R.
Rosema, K.
Winkler, R.
Slade, M.
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Science
USA
Abstract: Observations of near-Earth asteroid 1998 KY26 shortly after its discovery reveal a slightly elongated spheroid with a diameter of about 30 m, a composition analogous to carbonaceous chondritic meteorites, and a rotation period of 10.7 minutes, which is an order of magnitude shorter that that measured for any other solar system object.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/17580
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