Photometric analysis of 1 Ceres and surface mapping from HST observations

@article{Li2006PhotometricAO,
  title={Photometric analysis of 1 Ceres and surface mapping from HST observations},
  author={Jian-Yang Li and L. McFadden and J. Parker and E. Young and S. Stern and P. Thomas and C. Russell and M. Sykes},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2006},
  volume={182},
  pages={143-160}
}
The highest resolution (pixel scale 30 km) images of Ceres to date have been acquired by the Advanced Camera for Surveys onboard Hubble Space Telescope, through three wide band filters, centered at 535, 335, and 223 nm, covering more than one rotation of Ceres. The lightcurve at 535 nm agrees with earlier observations at V-band [Tedesco, E.F., Taylor, R.C., Drummond, J., Harwood, D., Nickoloff, I., Scaltriti, F., Schober, H. J., Zappala, V., 1983. Icarus 54, 23–29] in terms of magnitude… Expand
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