Results of the First Semester of the 2018 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign

Pablo Loera-González, Lorenzo Olguín, María E. Contreras, Julio Saucedo Morales, William Schuster, Pedro V. Sada

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We report results from the first half of the 2018 Mexican Photometry Campaign. This period consisted of a total of 42 observing nights distributed on three observatories. From these data we have obtained lightcurves and synodic rotational periods for 6 asteroids. 1491 Balduinus resulted in a period of P = 15.3044 ± 0.0057 hr; 1856 Ružena, P = 5.957 ± 0.001 hr; 3394 Banno P = 7.344 ± 0.0002 hr; 3877 Braes P = 5.8155 ± 0.0005 hr; 7430 Kogure, P = 17.998 ± 0.076 hr; and for 2001 KB67, P = 6.357 ± 0.0012 hr.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)283-285
Number of pages3
JournalThe Minor Planet Bulletin
Volume46
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2019

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Loera-González, P., Olguín, L., Contreras, M. E., Saucedo Morales, J., Schuster, W., & Sada, P. V. (2019). Results of the First Semester of the 2018 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign. The Minor Planet Bulletin, 46, 283-285.
Loera-González, Pablo ; Olguín, Lorenzo ; Contreras, María E. ; Saucedo Morales, Julio ; Schuster, William ; Sada, Pedro V. / Results of the First Semester of the 2018 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign. In: The Minor Planet Bulletin. 2019 ; Vol. 46. pp. 283-285.
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Results of the First Semester of the 2018 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign. / Loera-González, Pablo; Olguín, Lorenzo; Contreras, María E.; Saucedo Morales, Julio; Schuster, William; Sada, Pedro V.

In: The Minor Planet Bulletin, Vol. 46, 01.07.2019, p. 283-285.

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Loera-González P, Olguín L, Contreras ME, Saucedo Morales J, Schuster W, Sada PV. Results of the First Semester of the 2018 Mexican Asteroid Photometry Campaign. The Minor Planet Bulletin. 2019 Jul 1;46:283-285.