The Trans-Neptunian Object (84922) 2003 VS2 through Stellar Occultations

@article{BenedettiRossi2019TheTO,
  title={The Trans-Neptunian Object (84922) 2003 VS2 through Stellar Occultations},
  author={G. Benedetti-Rossi and P. Santos-Sanz and J. Ortiz and M. Assafin and B. Sicardy and N. Morales and R. Vieira-Martins and R. Duffard and F. Braga-Ribas and F. L. Rommel and J. Camargo and J. Desmars and A. Col{\'a}s and F. Vachier and Alvarez-Candal and E. Fern'andez-Valenzuela and L. Almenares and R. Artola and T. Baum and R. Behrend and D. B'erard and F. Bianco and N. Brosch and A. Ceretta and C. Colazo and A. Gomes-J'unior and V. Ivanov and E. Jehin and S. Kaspi and J. Lecacheux and A. Maury and R. Melia and S. Moindrot and B. Morgado and C. Opitom and A. Peyrot and J. Pollock and A. Pratt and S. Roland and J. Spagnotto and G. Tancredi and J. Teng and P. Cacella and M. Emilio and F. Feys and R. Gil-Hutton and C. Jacques and D. I. Machado and M. Malacarne and I. Manulis and A. Milone and G. Rojas and R. Sfair},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={158},
  pages={159}
}
G.B.-R. is thankful for the support of the CAPES and FAPERJ/PAPDRJ (E26/203.173/2016) grant. Part of the research leading to these results has received funding from the European Research Council under the European Community's H2020 (2014-2020/ERC grant agreement No. 669416 >LUCKY STAR>). The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, under grant agreement No. 687378 (SBNAF). P.S.-S. and J.L.O. acknowledge the… Expand

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