Comprehensive wide-band magnitudes and albedos for the planets, with applications to exo-planets and Planet Nine

@article{Mallama2017ComprehensiveWM,
  title={Comprehensive wide-band magnitudes and albedos for the planets, with applications to exo-planets and Planet Nine},
  author={A. Mallama and B. Krobusek and H. Pavlov},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2017},
  volume={282},
  pages={19-33}
}
Abstract Complete sets of reference magnitudes in all 7 Johnson-Cousins bands (U, B, V, R, I, RC and IC) and the 5 principal Sloan bands (u’, g’, r’, i', and z’) are presented for the 8 planets. These data are accompanied by illumination phase functions and other formulas which characterize the instantaneous brightness of the planets. The main source of Johnson-Cousins magnitudes is a series of individualized photometric studies reported in recent years. Gaps in that dataset were filled with… Expand
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