Lightcurve Analysis of 932 Hooveria

Brian D. Warner, Pedro V. Sada, J. Pollock, Daniel Reichart, Ivan Ivarsen, Josh Haislip, Aaron Lacluyze, Melissa Nysewander

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CCD observations of the main-belt asteroid 932 Hooveria in 2010 February and March led to a lightcurve with a synodic period of P = 39.15 ± 0.05 h. This contradicted a period of 30 h (Sada, 2004). Re-analysis of the Sada data set gives P = 39.23 ± 0.02 h, putting the two periods in fairly close agreement.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)139
JournalThe Minor Planet Bulletin
Volume37
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2010

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Warner, B. D., Sada, P. V., Pollock, J., Reichart, D., Ivarsen, I., Haislip, J., ... Nysewander, M. (2010). Lightcurve Analysis of 932 Hooveria. The Minor Planet Bulletin, 37, 139.
Warner, Brian D. ; Sada, Pedro V. ; Pollock, J. ; Reichart, Daniel ; Ivarsen, Ivan ; Haislip, Josh ; Lacluyze, Aaron ; Nysewander, Melissa. / Lightcurve Analysis of 932 Hooveria. In: The Minor Planet Bulletin. 2010 ; Vol. 37. pp. 139.
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Lightcurve Analysis of 932 Hooveria. / Warner, Brian D.; Sada, Pedro V.; Pollock, J.; Reichart, Daniel; Ivarsen, Ivan; Haislip, Josh; Lacluyze, Aaron; Nysewander, Melissa.

In: The Minor Planet Bulletin, Vol. 37, 01.10.2010, p. 139.

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