The Caltech Wide Area Sky Survey

@article{Trujillo2003TheCW,
  title={The Caltech Wide Area Sky Survey},
  author={C. Trujillo and M. Brown},
  journal={Earth, Moon, and Planets},
  year={2003},
  volume={92},
  pages={99-112}
}
The first phase of the Caltech Wide Area Sky Survey occurred from lateNovember 2001 through mid-April 2003. We present preliminary resultsfrom this survey which has detected 28 bright Kuiper Belt Objects(KBOs) and 4 Centaurs, 19 of which were discovered in our surveyincluding Quaoar, the largest KBO, as well as 6 of the 10intrinsically brightest KBOs. We have surveyed 5108 square degrees ofthe sky nearest the invariable plane to a limiting red magnitude of20.7. Correcting for the overabundance… Expand
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