Sub-Kilometer Asteroid Diameter Survey (SKADS)
The Sub-Kilometer Asteroid Diameter Survey (SKADS) (Gladman et al. 2009) acquired good-quality orbital and absolute magnitude (H) determinations for a sample of small main-belt asteroids in order to study the orbital and size distribution beyond H = 15, down to sub-kilometer sizes (H > 18). Based on six observing nights over an 11-night baseline, SKADS detected, measured photometry for, and linked observations of 1087 asteroids which have one-week time baselines or more. This data set contains the astrometry, photometry, and orbits of the 1087 asteroids detected by SKADS.
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Use the following citation to reference this data set:
"Gladman, B.J., Davis, D.R., Neese, C.,
Jedicke, R., Williams, G., Kavelaars, J.J., Petit, J-M., Scholl, H.,
Holman, M., Warrington, B., Esquerdo, G., and Tricarico, P.,
Sub-Kilometer Asteroid Diameter Survey (SKADS) V1.0.
EAR-A-I0655-5-SKADS-V1.0. NASA Planetary Data System, 2010."
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