New and updated convex shape models of asteroids based on optical data from a large collaboration network

@article{Hanuvs2016NewAU,
  title={New and updated convex shape models of asteroids based on optical data from a large collaboration network},
  author={Josef Hanuvs and Josef vDurech and Dagmara Oszkiewicz and Raoul Behrend and Beno{\^i}t Carry and Marco Delbo’ and O. Adam and V. V. Afonina and Robert Anquetin and P. Antonini and L. A. Arnold and Maurice Audejean and P. Aurard and Matthieu Bachschmidt and Bruno Badue and E. Barbotin and P. R. J. Barroy and Pascal Baudouin and Leandre Berard and N. Berger and Laurent Bernasconi and J. G. Bosch and Sylvain Bouley and I Bozhinova and James W. Brinsfield and L. Brunetto and Guillaume Canaud and Jer{\^o}me Caron and Fabien Carrier and Giovanni Battista Casalnuovo and Silvano Casulli and Mauricio Cerda and L. Chalamet and St{\'e}phane Charbonnel and Benedetto Chinaglia and Aleksandar Cikota and Florent Colas and J.-F. Coliac and A. Collet and Josep Coloma and Matthieu Conjat and E. Conseil and R Costa and Roberto Crippa and M. Cristofanelli and Yassine Damerdji and Andr{\'e} Deback{\`e}re and Alice Decock and Q. D'ehais and T. D'el'eage and S. Delmelle and Ch. Demeautis and Marek Dr'o.zd.z and Gilles Dubos and T. Dulcamara and Maarten Dumont and Russell I. Durkee and Roger Dymock and Alberto Escalante del Valle and N. Esseiva and R. Esseiva and Mar{\'i}a Dolores P{\'e}rez Esteban and Thomas J. Fauchez and Michael Helmut Fauerbach and M. Fauvaud and St{\'e}phane Fauvaud and E. Forn'e and C{\'e}cile Fournel and David Sebastien Fradet and Joe Garlitz and O. Gerteis and C. Gillier and Micha{\"e}l Gillon and Robert Giraud and J. P. Godard and Rui Soles Gonçalves and Hiromi Hamanowa and Kirstin Hay and Stephan Hellmich and S. Heterier and David J. Higgins and R. Hirsch and Gabriella Hodos{\'a}n and M. Hren and Alexander P. S. Hygate and N. Innocent and H. Jacquinot and S. Jawahar and Emmanuel Jehin and L. Jerosimic and Alain Klotz and W. Koff and Petra Korlevi{\'c} and E. Kosturkiewicz and P. Krafft and Yu. N. Krugly and François Kugel and O. Labrevoir and J. J. Lecacheux and Martin Lehk'y and Arnaud Leroy and Beno{\^i}t Lesquerbault and M. J. L{\'o}pez-Gonz{\'a}les and Mark Lutz and B. Mallecot and Jean Manfroid and Federico Manzini and Anna Marciniak and A. Martin and B. Modave and R. Montaigut and James Montier and Etienne Morelle and B. Morton and Stefano Mottola and Ram{\'o}n Naves and Jaime Nomen and Julian Oey and Waldemar Ogłoza and Monica Paiella and Helena Caminal Pallar{\'e}s and Alexandre Peyrot and Frederick Pilcher and Jacqueline Pirenne and P. Piron and Magdalena Polińska and Mat{\'i}as Pablo Polotto and R. Poncy and J. P. Previt and F. Reignier and D. Renauld and D. Ricci and F. Richard and C. Rinner and V. Risoldi and D. Robilliard and David Romeuf and Guillaume Rousseau and R. Roy and John C. Ruthroff and P. A. Salom and Luigi Salvador and Salvador S{\'a}nchez and Toni Santana-Ros and Alexander Scholz and G. S'en'e and Brian A. Skiff and K. Sobkowiak and P. Sogorb and F. Sold'an and A. Spiridakis and E. Splanska and Stefano Sposetti and Donn R. Starkey and R. David Stephens and Arnaud Stiepen and Reiner Stoss and J. Strajnic and J. P. Teng and Greg Anthony Tumolo and A. Vagnozzi and Benjamin Vanoutryve and J. M. Vugnon and Brian D. Warner and M. Waucomont and O. Wertz and Maciej J Winiarski and Marek Wolf},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2016},
  volume={586},
  pages={1-24}
}
Context. Asteroid modeling efforts in the last decade resulted in a comprehensive dataset of almost 400 convex shape models and their rotation states. These efforts already provided deep insight into physical properties of main-belt asteroids or large collisional families. Going into finer detail (e.g., smaller collisional families, asteroids with sizes 20 km) requires knowledge of physical parameters of more objects. Aims. We aim to increase the number of asteroid shape models and rotation… 

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