Orbit and bulk density of the OSIRIS-REx target Asteroid (101955) Bennu

@article{Chesley2014OrbitAB,
  title={Orbit and bulk density of the OSIRIS-REx target Asteroid (101955) Bennu},
  author={Steven R. Chesley and Davide Farnocchia and Michael C. Nolan and David Vokrouhlick{\'y} and Paul W. Chodas and Andrea Milani and Federica Spoto and Benjamin Rozitis and Lance A. M. Benner and William F. Bottke and Michael. W. Busch and Joshua P. Emery and Ellen S. Howell and Dante S. Lauretta and Jean-Luc Margot and Patrick A. Taylor},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2014},
  volume={235},
  pages={5-22}
}
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