AAS Meeting #193 - Austin, Texas, January 1999
Session 96. The Solar System
Display, Saturday, January 9, 1999, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall 1

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[96.08] Rotation Curves for 13 Asteroids

D. R. DeGraff, A. M. Robbins, R. A. Gutermuth (Alfred University)

Using the newly automated (ILI-DUE 9551765) Stull Observatory 32 inch Austin-Fellows telescope, we made CCD observations of 13 asteroids between May and August of 1998. In this paper we present light curves or upper limits of variability of those asteroids. The asteroids 664 Judith, 2038 Bistro, 2357 Phereclos, 2595 Gudiachvili, 3227 Hasegawa, 5183 Robyn, 8425 (1997 CJ29), and 9013 (1985 PA1) had no published light curves, while 484 Pittsburghia, 566 Stereoskopia, 679 Pax, 1084 Tamariwa, and 1866 Sisyphus have been observed in the past.

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