Physical Properties of (2) Pallas

@article{Carry2010PhysicalPO,
  title={Physical Properties of (2) Pallas},
  author={B. Carry and C. Dumas and M. Kaasalainen and J. Berthier and W. Merline and S. Erard and A. Conrad and J. Drummond and D. Hestroffer and M. Fulchignoni and T. Fusco},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2010},
  volume={205},
  pages={460-472}
}
We acquired and analyzed adaptive-optics imaging observations of asteroid (2) Pallas from Keck II and the Very Large Telescope taken during four Pallas oppositions between 2003 and 2007, with spatial resolution spanning 32-88 km (image scales 13-20 km/pix). We improve our determination of the size, shape, and pole by a novel method that combines our AO data with 51 visual light-curves spanning 34 years of observations as well as occultation data. The shape model of Pallas derived here… Expand
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