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{MPML} 2012 QG42 Lightcurve

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  • Brian Warner
    Przemyslaw Bartczak provided some additional data from Sep 8 and 9. The results are still about 24.3 h. A revised combined lightcurve is at
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 13, 2012
      Przemyslaw Bartczak provided some additional data from Sep 8 and 9. The results
      are still about 24.3 h. A revised combined lightcurve is at

      http://www.minorplanet.info/results/2012_QG42.PNG

      Critter is still observable but the phase angle is now around 70° whereas most
      of the data are from < 20°. The amplitude and shape of the curve may be evolving
      and so it becomes more and more difficult to merge all the data into a single
      set. Ideally, a data set taken over the next 24 hours from stations
      widely-separated in longitude would be treated as "stand alone" and would help
      with modeling - LOTS!

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      Clear Skies,
      Brian D. Warner
      Palmer Divide Observatory
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