Download LCDB README.TXT for explanations of field names and data
LCDB References table with BibCode links to ADS
To shorten some field names, 'SOURCE' is reduced to 'S' and 'FLAG' is reduced to 'F'.
For example, 'HSOURCE' is 'HS'.
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|433||Eros||1898 DQ||NEA||S||S||D|| ||23.58||L||10.47|| ||M||0.46||S|| ||0.206|| ||5.270|| || ||0.06||1.40||3|| ||TRUE|| || ||0|| |
Details NotesMueller 2011a
The Trilling (2010) results are based on using values for H taken from the JPL Horizons site. In
Trilling (2010), there is often a significant disagreement among the albedo, diameter, and H values
when they are applied to the standard formula that relates these three values (see LCDB README
file), i.e., using the Trilling albedo and diameter values gives a differnt value for H than stated,
sometimes by up to 0.1 mag.
H and G taken from other sources.Thomas 2011b
This note applies to all entries for Thomas 2011b. Warm Spitzer observations. The error is the
larger of the + or - (which were not the same).Binzel 2019
MITHNEOS Method: VISNIR
Spin Axis (Poles)