Asteroid 1566 Icarus's size, shape, orbit, and Yarkovsky drift from radar observations

@article{Greenberg2016Asteroid1I,
  title={Asteroid 1566 Icarus's size, shape, orbit, and Yarkovsky drift from radar observations},
  author={A. Greenberg and J. Margot and A. Verma and P. Taylor and S. Naidu and M. Brozovic and L. Benner},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={153},
  pages={108-108}
}
Author(s): Greenberg, AH; Margot, J-L; Verma, AK; Taylor, PA; Naidu, SP; Brozovic, M; Benner, LAM | Abstract: Near-Earth asteroid (NEA) 1566 Icarus ($a=1.08\,\mathrm{au}$, e = 0.83, $i=22\buildrel{\circ}\over{.} 8$) made a close approach to Earth in 2015 June at 22 lunar distances (LD). Its detection during the 1968 approach (16 LD) was the first in the history of asteroid radar astronomy. A subsequent approach in 1996 (40 LD) did not yield radar images. We describe analyses of our 2015 radar… Expand
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