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101 Trojans: A Tale of Period Bimodality, Binaries, and Extremely Slow Rotators from K2 Photometry

16 Jun 2021, 16:00 UTC
101 Trojans: A Tale of Period Bimodality, Binaries, and Extremely Slow Rotators from K2 Photometry
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Csilla E. Kalup et al 2021 ApJS 254 7
Kepler K2 measurements of 101 Jovian Trojan asteroids show a rotation dichotomy with separation at ~100 hrs and low densities that support an outer solar system origin for this asteroid population.

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