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. 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}
}
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