Refined physical parameters for Chariklo’s body and rings from stellar occultations observed between 2013 and 2020

@article{Morgado2021RefinedPP,
  title={Refined physical parameters for Chariklo’s body and rings from stellar occultations observed between 2013 and 2020},
  author={Bruno E. Morgado and Bruno Sicardy and Felipe Braga-Ribas and Josselin Desmars and A. R. Gomes-J'unior and D. B'erard and Rodrigo Leiva and Jose L. Ortiz and Roberto Vieira-Martins and Gustavo Benedetti-Rossi and Pablo Santos-Sanz and J. I. B. Camargo and Ren{\'e} Duffard and Flavia Luane Rommel and Marcelo Assafin and R. C. Boufleur and F. Colas and Mike Kretlow and Wolfgang Beisker and Rafael Sfair and Colin Snodgrass and Nicol{\'a}s Morales and Estela Fern'andez-Valenzuela and Leonardo Santos Amaral and Andre Amarante and R. Artola and Michael Backes and K. L. Bath and Sylvain Bouley and Marc W. Buie and Paulo Cacella and C. Colazo and Juan Pablo Colque and Jean Luc Dauvergne and Martin Dominik and Marcelo Emilio and C. B. Erickson and Ruth Evans and J. Fabrega-Polleri and Diego Garcia-Lambas and Breno Loureiro Giacchini and William H. Hanna and Dave Herald and G. Hesler and Tobias C. Hinse and C. Jacques and Emmanuel Jehin and U. G. J{\o}rgensen and Stephen Kerr and Vladimir V. Kouprianov and Stephen E. Levine and Tamas Linder and Paul D. Maley and Daniel Iria Machado and Lucie Maquet and Alain Maury and Ra{\'u}l Melia and Erick Meza and B. Mondon and T S Moura and Jeffrey A. Newman and T. Payet and C. L. Pereira and Joseph T. Pollock and Renato C. Poltronieri and F. Quispe-Huaynasi and Daniel E. Reichart and Thamiris Santana and E. Mat{\'i}as Schneiter and M. V. Sieyra and Jesper F. Skottfelt and J. F. Soulier and Manuel Starck and Pierre Thierry and Pedro J. Torres and L. L. Trabuco and Eduardo Unda-Sanzana and Takami Yamashita and Othon Cabo Winter and Abner Zapata and Carlos A. Zuluaga},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. The Centaur (10199) Chariklo has the first ring system discovered around a small object. It was first observed using stellar occultation in 2013. Stellar occultations allow sizes and shapes to be determined with kilometre accuracy, and provide the characteristics of the occulting object and its vicinity. Aims. Using stellar occultations observed between 2017 and 2020, our aim is to constrain the physical parameters of Chariklo and its rings. We also determine the structure of the rings… 

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