Hubble Asteroid Hunter. I. Identifying asteroid trails in Hubble Space Telescope image

@article{Kruk2022HubbleAH,
  title={Hubble Asteroid Hunter. I. Identifying asteroid trails in Hubble Space Telescope image},
  author={Sandor J. Kruk and Pablo Garc'ia Mart'in and Marcel Popescu and Bruno Mer'in and Max Mahlke and Beno{\^i}t Carry and Ross Thomson and Samet Karadag and J. S. Castellanos Dur'an and Elena Racero and Fabrizio Giordano and Deborah Baines and Guido De Marchi and Ren{\'e} J. Laureijs},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}
Context. Large and publicly available astronomical archives open up new possibilities to search for and study Solar System objects. However, advanced techniques are required to deal with the large amounts of data. These unbiased surveys can be used to constrain the size distribution of minor bodies, which represents a piece of the puzzle for the formation models of the Solar System. Aims. We aim to identify asteroids in archival images from the ESA Hubble Space Telescope ( HST ) Science data… 
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