Visual Imaging and Photometry of (29981) 1999 TD10
The outer solar system object (29981)
1999 TD10 was observed in the R band in September 2001, and in B, V,
R, and I in October 2002. We derive B-V=0.80+/-0.05mag,
V-R=0.48+/-0.05mag, and R-I=0.44+/-0.05mag. Combining our data with
the data from Rousselot et. al. 2003, we derive a synodic period of
15.382+/-0.001hr in agreement with the period from Rousselot et. al.
2003. Our observations show no evidence of a coma.
Release Date: 2020-10-01
Data Set Info
|PDS4 version||urn:nasa:pds:gbo.ast-1999td10.images-lightcurves::1.0||Browse||Download (2.9 GB)|
|PDS3 version||EAR-A-I0065-3-TD10PHOT-V1.0||Browse||See below.|
The PDS4 bundle was migrated from the PDS3 data set in October 2020. The data content is unchanged.
Use the following citation to reference this data set:
"Mueller, B.E.A., Hergenrother, C.W., Samarasinha, N.H., Campins, H., and McCarthy Jr., D.W. (2020). Visual Imaging and Photometry of (29981) 1999 TD10 V1.0. urn:nasa:pds:gbo.ast-1999td10.images-lightcurves::1.0. NASA Planetary Data System; https://doi.org/10.26033/rsg7-4f63."
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