832 Karin Shows No Rotational Spectral Variations. Clark R. Chapman, B. Enke, W.J. Merline, D. Nesvorn ý , P. Tamblyn, and E.F. Young. Southwest Research Institute Boulder, Colorado, USA. Presentation No. 71.08, Fri. 1:30-3:00 pm 38 th Annual AAS/DPS Meeting
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Clark R. Chapman, B. Enke, W.J. Merline, D. Nesvorný, P. Tamblyn, and E.F. Young
Boulder, Colorado, USA
Presentation No. 71.08, Fri. 1:30-3:00 pm
38th Annual AAS/DPS Meeting
Pasadena, California USA 8-13 October 2006
(assuming 18.3h period)
From JPL “orbit viewer” website
Average spectral reflectance for 832 Karin
We thank Bobby Bus and the IRTF staff, Cathy Olkin, and NASA’s Planetary Astronomy Program.