CCD photometry of asteroids 651 Antikleia, 738 Alagasta, and 2151 Hadwiger obtained remotely at Tenagra Observatories during March, April and May 2004 is reported. Our lightcurve period and amplitude results: 651 Antikleia, 20.287±0.004 hr, 0.40±0.05 mag; 738 Alagasta, 17.83±0.04 hr, 0.20±0.03 mag; 2151 Hadwiger, 5.872±0.002 hr, 0.35±0.02 mag. The three asteroids show nearly symmetrical lightcurves, although a complete lightcurve for Antikleia was not obtained. Three other asteroids (1926 Demiddelaer, 2375 Radek and 4293 Masumi) were also observed on seven nights, but no satisfactory lightcurves could be obtained.
|Journal||The Minor Planet Bulletin|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2005|
Sada, P. V., Canizales, E. D., & Armada, E. M. (2005). CCD photometry of asteroids 651 Antikleia, 738 Alagasta, and 2151 Hadwiger using a remote commercial telescope. The Minor Planet Bulletin, 32, 73-75. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2005MPBu...32...73S