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Title: Radar Detection of Near-Earth Asteroids 2062 Aten, 2101 Adonis, 3103 Eger, 4544 Xanthus, and 1992 QN
Authors: Benner, Lance A. M.
Ostro, Steven J.
Giorgini, Jon D.
Jurgens, Raymond F.
Slade, Martin A.
Winkler, Ron
Yeomans, Donald K.
Issue Date: 5-Sep-1997
Citation: Icarus
USA
Abstract: We describe Doppler-only radar observations of near-Earth asteroids 2062 Aten, 2101 Adonis, 3103 Eger, 4544 Xanthus, and 1992 QN that were obtained at Arecibo and Goldstone between 1984 and 1996. Estimates of the echo spectral bandwidths, radar cross sections, and circular polarization ratios of these objects constrain their pole-on breadths, radar albedos, surface roughnesses, taxonomic classes, rotation periods, and spin vectors.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/22732
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