Minor Planet Photometric Database, Asteroid, Publications

Publications

Seven Near-Earth Asteroids at Asteroids Observers (OBAS) – MMPD: 2017 Jan-May
Pages 45-47
Fornas, Gonzalo; Carreño, Alfonso; Arce, Enrique; Flores, Angel; Mas, Vincente; Rodrigo, Onofre; Brines, Pedro; Fornas, Alvaro; Herrero, David; Lozano, Juan
2018MPBu…45…45F    Download PDF

We report on the photometric analysis result of seven near-Earth asteroids (NEA) by Asteroides Observers (OBAS). This work is part of the Minor Planet Photometric Database effort that was initiated by a group of Spanish amateur astronomers. We have managed to obtain a number of accurate and complete lightcurves as well as some additional incomplete lightcurves to help analysis at future oppositions.

Twenty-one Asteroid Lightcurves at Asteroids Observers (OBAS) – MPPD: Nov 2016 – May 2017
Pages 76-82
Mas, Vicente; Fornas, G.; Lozano, Juan; Rodrigo, Onofre; Fornas, A.; Carreño, A.; Arce, Enrique; Brines, Pedro; Herrero, David
2018MPBu…45…76M    Download PDF

We report on the analysis of photometric observations of 21 main-belt asteroids (MBA) done by Asteroids Observers (OBAS). This work is part of the Minor Planet Photometric Database task that was initiated by a group of Spanish amateur astronomers. We have managed to obtain a number of accurate and complete lightcurves as well as some additional incomplete lightcurves to help analysis at future oppositions.

Sixteen Asteroids Lightcurves at Asteroids Observers (OBAS) – MPPD: 2016 June-November
Pages 145-149
Brines, Pedro; Lozano, Juan; Rodrigo, Onofre; Fornas, A.; Herrero, David; Mas, Vicente; Fornas, G.; Carreño, A.; Arce, Enrique
2017MPBu…44..145B    Download PDF

We report on the photometric analysis result of sixteen main-belt asteroids (MBA) done by Asteroids Observers (OBAS). This work is part of the Minor Planet Photometric Database tasks, initiated by a group of Spanish amateur astronomers. We have managed to obtain a number of accurate and complete lightcurves as well as some additional incomplete lightcurves to help analysis at future oppositions.

Seven Near-Earth Asteroids at Asteroids Observers (OBAS) – MPPD: 2016 June-November
Pages 108-111
Lozano, Juan; Flores, Angel; Mas, Vicente; Fornas, Gonzalo; Rodrigo, Onofre; Brines, Pedro; Forna, Alvaro; Herrero, David; Carreño, Alfonso; Arce, Enrique
2017MPBu…44..108L    Download PDF

We report on the results of photometric analysis on seven near-Earth asteroids (NEA) by Asteroides Observers (OBAS). This work is part of the Minor Planet Photometric Database effort that was initiated by a group of Spanish amateur astronomers. We have managed to obtain a number of accurate and complete lightcurves as well as some additional incomplete lightcurves to help analysis at future oppositions.

Lightcurves for Two Near-Earth Asteroids by Asteroids Observers (OBAS) – MPPD: 2016 April-May
Pages 283-284
Martinez, Vicente Mas; Silva, Gonzalo Fornas; Martinez, Angel Flores; Garceran, Alfonso Carreno; Mansego, Enrique Arce; Rodriguez, Pedro Brines; de Haro, Juan Lozano; Silva, Alvaro Fornas; Chiner, Onofre Rodrigo; Porta, David Herrero
2016MPBu…43..283M    Download PDF

We report on the results of photometric analysis of two near-Earth asteroids (NEA) by Asteroids Observers (OBAS). This work is part of the Minor Planet Photometric Database (MPPD) project initiated by a group of Spanish amateur astronomers. We have managed to obtain a number of accurate and complete lightcurves as well as some additional incomplete lightcurves to help analysis at future oppositions.

Eighteen Asteroids Lightcurves at Asteroides Observers (OBAS) – MPPD: 2016 March-May
Pages 332-336
Mansego, Enrique Arce; Rodriguez, Pedro Brines; de Haro, Juan Lozano; Chiner, Onofre Rodrigo; Silva, Alvaro Fornas; Porta, David Herrero; Martinez, Vicente Mas; Silva, Gonzalo Fornas; Garceran, Alfonso Carreno
2016MPBu…43..332M    Download PDF

We report on the analysis of photometric observations of 18 main-belt asteroids (MBA) done by Asteroides Observers (OBAS). This work is part of the Minor Planet Photometric Database program initiated by a group of Spanish amateur astronomers. We have managed to obtain a number of accurate and complete lightcurves as well as some additional incomplete lightcurves to help analysis at future oppositions.

Twenty-one Asteroid Lightcurves at Group Observadores de Asteroides (OBAS): Late 2015 to Early 2016
Pages 257-263
Aznar Macias, Amadeo; Carreno Garcerain, Alfonso; Arce Masego, Enrique; Brines Rodriguez, Pedro; Lozano de Haro, Juan; Fornas Silva, Alvaro; Fornas Silva, Gonzalo; Mas Martinez, Vicente; Rodrigo Chiner, Onofre; Herrero Porta, David
2016MPBu…43..257A    Download PDF

We report on the photometric analysis result of 21 mainbelt asteroids (MBA) done by Observadores de Asteroides (OBAS). This work is part of the Minor Planet Photometric Database task initiated by a group of Spanish amateur astronomers. We have managed to obtain a number of accurate and complete lightcurves as well as additional incomplete lightcurves to help analysis at future oppositions. This is a compilation of lightcurves obtained during last quarter of 2015 and first quarter of 2016.

Twenty-three Asteroids Lightcurves at Observadores de Asteroides (OBAS): 2015 October – December
Pages 174-181
Aznar Macias, Amadeo; Carreno Garcerain, Alfonso; Arce Mansego, Enrique; Brines Rodriguez, Pedro; Lozano de Haro, Juan; Fornas Silva, Alvaro; Fornas Silva, Gonzalo; Mas Martinez; Vicente; Rodrigo Chiner, Onofre
2016MPBu…43..174A    Download PDF

We report on the photometric analysis results for 23 main-belt asteroids (MBA) done by Observadores de Asteroides (OBAS). This work is part of the Minor Planet Photometric Database that was initiated by a group of Spanish amateur astronomers. We have managed to obtain a number of accurate, complete lightcurves as well as some additional incomplete lightcurves to help analysis at future oppositions.

Nineteen Asteroids Lightcurves at Asteroids Observers (OBAS) – MPPD: 2015 April – September
Pages 92-97
Garceran, Alfonso Carreno; Aznar, Amadeo; Mansego, Enrique Arce; Rodriguez, Pedro Brines; de Haro, Juan Lozano; Silva, Alvaro Fornas; Silva, Gonzalo Fornas; Martinez, Vincente Mas; Chiner, Onofre Rodrigo
2016MPBu…43…92G    Download PDF

Photometric observations of 19 asteroids were made from 2015 April to September. We report the results of our lightcurve analysis for 392 Wilhelmina, 631 Philippina, 738 Alagasta, 758 Mancunia, 863 Benkoela, 873 Mechthild, 891 Gunhild, 900 Rosalinde, 1166 Sakuntala, 1232 Cortusa, 1243 Pamela, 1284 Latvia, 1331 Solvejg, 1353 Maartje, 1795 Woltjer, 2166 Handahl, 2379 Heiskanen, 2692 Chkalov, and 4875 Ingalls.