author={Joseph R. Masiero and Amy K. Mainzer and James M. Bauer and T. Grav and C. R. Nugent and Rachel Stevenson},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
Using albedos from WISE/NEOWISE to separate distinct albedo groups within the Main Belt asteroids, we apply the Hierarchical Clustering Method to these subpopulations and identify dynamically associated clusters of asteroids. While this survey is limited to the ~35% of known Main Belt asteroids that were detected by NEOWISE, we present the families linked from these objects as higher confidence associations than can be obtained from dynamical linking alone. We find that over one-third of the… 
Color study of asteroid families within the MOVIS catalog
The aim of this work is to study the compositional diversity of asteroid families based on their near-infrared colors, using the data within the MOVIS catalog. As of 2017, this catalog presents data
A dark asteroid family in the Phocaea region
We report the discovery of a new asteroid family among the dark asteroids residing in the Phocaea region the Tamara family. We make use of available physical data to separate asteroids in the region
Asteroid cratering families: recognition and collisional interpretation
Aims. We continue our investigation of the bulk properties of asteroid dynamical families identified using only asteroid proper elements to provide plausible collisional interpretations. We focus on
Additional criteria for identifying the asteroid families and confirmation of the effect of spatial separation of family members according to their albedos
The D(a) distribution of asteroid sizes by their semimajor axes and the N(p) distribution of the number of asteroids by their albedo values for individual families are used to isolate the asteroid
An automatic approach to exclude interlopers from asteroid families
Asteroid families are valuable source of information to many asteroid-related re- searches, assuming a reliable list of their members could be obtained. However, as the number of known asteroids
Thermophysical Modeling of 20 Themis Family Asteroids with WISE/NEOWISE Observations
Themis family is one of the largest and oldest asteroid populations in the main belt. Water ice may widely exist on the parent body (24) Themis. In this work, we employ the Advanced Thermophysical
Identification of a primordial asteroid family constrains the original planetesimal population
A 4-billion-year-old asteroid family is discovered extending across the entire inner part of the main belt whose members include most of the dark asteroids previously unlinked to families, allowing some original planetesimals to be identified, supporting the view of asteroids being born big.


Identification of families among highly inclined asteroids
Main Belt Asteroids with WISE/NEOWISE. I. Preliminary Albedos and Diameters
We present initial results from the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE), a four-band all-sky thermal infrared survey that produces data well suited for measuring the physical properties of
Families among high-inclination asteroids
Asteroid Families: Search of a 12,487-Asteroid Sample Using Two Different Clustering Techniques
A sample of over 12,487 asteroid proper element triplets, computed by A. Milani and Z. Kneževic (1994, Icarus 107, 219-254), has been searched for statistically significant and robust families by
NEOWISE Studies of Spectrophotometrically Classified Asteroids: Preliminary Results
The NEOWISE data set offers the opportunity to study the variations in albedo for asteroid classification schemes based on visible and near-infrared observations for a large sample of minor planets.
Color Confirmation of Asteroid Families
We discuss optical colors of 10,592 asteroids with known orbits selected from a sample of 58,000 moving objects observed by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. This is more than 10 times larger than any
The puzzling case of the Nysa-Polana family finally solved ?
Abstract The Nysa–Polana dynamical family is one of the most complex groupings identified in the asteroid main belt. It has a generally twofold structure and is located in a region of the belt
Revising the Age for the Baptistina Asteroid Family Using WISE/NEOWISE Data
We have used numerical routines to model the evolution of a simulated Baptistina family to constrain its age in light of new measurements of the diameters and albedos of family members from the
WISE/NEOWISE Observations of the Hilda Population: Preliminary Results
We present the preliminary analysis of 1023 known asteroids in the Hilda region of the solar system observed by the NEOWISE component of the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE). The sizes of