Results of the 2015 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign

Pedro V. Sada, Samuel Navarro-Meza, Mauricio Reyes-Ruiz, Lorenzo L. Olguin, Julio C. Saucedo, Pablo Loera-Gonzalez

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The 2015 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign was organized at the 2nd National Planetary Astrophysics Workshop held in 2015 March at the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León in Monterrey, México. Three asteroids were selected for coordinated observations from several Mexican observatories. We report full lightcurves for the main-belt asteroid 1084 Tamariwa (P = 6.195 ± 0.001 h) and near-Earth asteroid (NEA) 4055 Magellan (P = 7.479 ± 0.001 h). Asteroid 1466 Mundleria was also observed on eight nights but no lightcurve was obtained because of its faintness, a crowded field-of-view, and low amplitude (
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)154-156
JournalThe Minor Planet Bulletin
Volume43
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2016

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Sada, P. V., Navarro-Meza, S., Reyes-Ruiz, M., Olguin, L. L., Saucedo, J. C., & Loera-Gonzalez, P. (2016). Results of the 2015 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign. The Minor Planet Bulletin, 43, 154-156.
Sada, Pedro V. ; Navarro-Meza, Samuel ; Reyes-Ruiz, Mauricio ; Olguin, Lorenzo L. ; Saucedo, Julio C. ; Loera-Gonzalez, Pablo. / Results of the 2015 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign. In: The Minor Planet Bulletin. 2016 ; Vol. 43. pp. 154-156.
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Results of the 2015 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign. / Sada, Pedro V.; Navarro-Meza, Samuel; Reyes-Ruiz, Mauricio; Olguin, Lorenzo L.; Saucedo, Julio C.; Loera-Gonzalez, Pablo.

In: The Minor Planet Bulletin, Vol. 43, 01.04.2016, p. 154-156.

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Sada PV, Navarro-Meza S, Reyes-Ruiz M, Olguin LL, Saucedo JC, Loera-Gonzalez P. Results of the 2015 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign. The Minor Planet Bulletin. 2016 Apr 1;43:154-156.