A stellar occultation by Vanth, a satellite of (90482) Orcus

@article{Sickafoose2019ASO,
  title={A stellar occultation by Vanth, a satellite of (90482) Orcus},
  author={A. Sickafoose and A. Bosh and S. Levine and C. Zuluaga and A. Genade and K. Schindler and T. Lister and M. Person},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2019},
  volume={319},
  pages={657-668}
}
Abstract A stellar occultation by the large trans-Neptunian object (90482) Orcus was predicted to occur on 2017 March 07. Observations were made at five sites in North and South America: the 0.6-m Astronomical Telescope of the University of Stuttgart (ATUS) at Sierra Remote Observatories, California; Las Cumbres Observatory's 1-m telescope at McDonald Observatory, Fort Davis, Texas (ELP); NASA's 3-m InfraRed Telescope Facility (IRTF) on Mauna Kea, Hawai'i; the 0.6-m Southeastern Association for… Expand
The Case for a Large-Scale Occultation Network
Trans-Neptunian binaries (2018).

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