# Long-term photometric monitoring of the dwarf planet (136472) Makemake

@article{Hromakina2019LongtermPM,
title={Long-term photometric monitoring of the dwarf planet (136472) Makemake},
author={T. A. Hromakina and Irina Belskaya and Yurij Krugly and Vasilij Shevchenko and Jos{\'e} Luis Ortiz and Pablo Santos-Sanz and Ren{\'e} Duffard and Nicol{\'a}s Morales and Audrey Thirouin and Raguli Inasaridze and V. R. Ayvazian and Vasili Zhuzhunadze and D. Perna and Vasiliy Rumyantsev and Inna Reva and Alexander V Serebryanskiy and Aleksandr V. Sergeyev and Igor Evgenevich Molotov and Viktor Anatolevich Voropaev and Sergey Velichko},
journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
year={2019}
}
• Published 7 April 2019
• Physics, Geology
• Astronomy & Astrophysics
Aims. We studied the rotational properties of the dwarf planet Makemake. Methods. The photometric observations were carried out at different telescopes between 2006 and 2017. Most of the measurements were acquired in BVRI broad-band filters of a standard Johnson-Cousins photometric system. Results. We found that Makemake rotates more slowly than was previously reported. A possible lightcurve asymmetry suggests a double-peaked period of P = 22.8266 ± 0.0001 h. A small peak-to-peak lightcurve…
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