Triplicity and physical characteristics of Asteroid (216) Kleopatra

@article{Descamps2011TriplicityAP,
  title={Triplicity and physical characteristics of Asteroid (216) Kleopatra},
  author={P. Descamps and F. Marchis and J. Berthier and J. Emery and G. Duch{\^e}ne and I. Pater and M. H. Wong and L. Lim and H. Hammel and F. Vachier and P.Wiggins and J. Teng-Chuen-Yu and A. Peyrot and J. Pollock and M. Assafin and R. Vieira-Martins and J. Camargo and F.Braga-Ribas and B. Macomber},
  journal={Icarus},
  year={2011},
  volume={211},
  pages={1022-1033}
}
Abstract To take full advantage of the September 2008 opposition passage of the M-type Asteroid (216) Kleopatra, we have used near-infrared adaptive optics (AO) imaging with the W.M. Keck II telescope to capture unprecedented high resolution images of this unusual asteroid. Our AO observations with the W.M. Keck II telescope, combined with Spitzer/IRS spectroscopic observations and past stellar occultations, confirm the value of its IRAS radiometric radius of 67.5 km as well as its dog-bone… Expand
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