Near-IR Photometry of Asteroids from DENIS
The DENIS program (Deep European Near-Infrared southern sky Survey) was a ground-based survey of the southern sky with the aim of providing an extensive I,J,Ks photometric catalog of point and extended sources. It was carried out at the 1.0 meter ESO telescope at La Silla, Chile from late 1995 through the end of 1999. This data set contains the DENIS I,J,Ks photometry for 2000 known asteroids identified in the DENIS catalog. Data Set Info
|PDS4 version||urn:nasa:pds:gbo.ast.denis.ir-photometry::1.0||Browse||Download (142 kb)|
|PDS3 version||EAR-A-I0287-3-ASTDENIS-V1.0||Browse||Download (146 kb)|
The PDS4 bundle was migrated from the PDS3 data set in May 2020. The data content is unchanged.
Use the following citation to reference this data set:
"Baudrand, A., Bec-Borsenberger, A.,
Borsenberger, J., and Barucci, M.A., Near-Infrared Photometry of
Asteroids from DENIS V1.0. EAR-A-I0287-3-ASTDENIS-V1.0. NASA Planetary
Data System, 2007."