Photometry of Transneptunian Objects for the Herschel Key Program ‘TNOs are Cool’

@article{Boehnhardt2014PhotometryOT,
  title={Photometry of Transneptunian Objects for the Herschel Key Program ‘TNOs are Cool’},
  author={Hermann Boehnhardt and D. Schulz and Silvia Protopapa and Charlotte G{\"o}tz},
  journal={Earth, Moon, and Planets},
  year={2014},
  volume={114},
  pages={35-57}
}
Abstract Photometric measurements of 33 transneptunian objects (TNOs) and Centaurs from the target list of the Herschel Key program ‘TNOs are cool’ are presented. Broadband filter observations of 5 Plutinos, 14 classical disk objects (CDOs), 5 scattered disk objects (SDOs), 5 detached disk objects (DDOs) and 4 Centaurs are used to determine absolute magnitudes, broadband colours and spectral gradients in the visible wavelength range. The diameters of the objects estimated with assumed average… Expand
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