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Potential asteroid discoveries by the ESA Gaia mission: Results from follow-up observations

@article{Carry2020PotentialAD,
  title={Potential asteroid discoveries by the ESA Gaia mission: Results from follow-up observations},
  author={B. Carry and W. Thuillot and F. Spoto and P. David and J. Berthier and P. Tanga and F. Mignard and S. Bouquillon and R. A. M'endez and J. Rivet and A. L. V. Suu and A. Dell'oro and G. Fedorets and B. Frezouls and M. Granvik and J. Guiraud and K. Muinonen and C. Panem and T. Pauwels and W. Roux and G. Walmsley and J.-M. Petit and L. Abe and V. A. azian and K. Bailli'e and A. Baransky and P. Bendjoya and M. Dennefeld and J. Desmars and S. Eggl and V. Godunova and D. Hestroffer and R. Inasaridze and V. Kashuba and Y. N. Krugly and I. Molotov and V. Robert and A. Simon and I. Sokolov and D. Souami and V. Tarady and F. Taris and V. Troianskyi and V. Vasylenko and D. Vernet},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
  • B. Carry, W. Thuillot, +42 authors D. Vernet
  • Published 2020
  • Physics, Computer Science
  • arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
  • Since July 2014, the ESA Gaia mission has been surveying the entire sky down to magnitude 20.7 in the visible. In addition to the millions of stars, thousands of Solar System Objects (SSOs) are observed daily. By comparing their positions to those of known objects, a daily processing pipeline filters known objects from potential discoveries. However, owing to Gaia's specific scanning law designed for stars, potential newly discovered moving objects are characterized by very few observations… CONTINUE READING

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