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Astrometric data for NEAs extracted from the infrared DENIS survey

  • W. Thuillot (a1), J. Berthier (a1), J. Iglésias (a1), G. Simon (a2) and V. Lainey (a1)...

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When astrometric data can be extracted from archives, this generally allows us to get very strong constraints for the orbital modeling of Solar System objects. This is particularly important for Near-Earth Asteroids. We have developed tools in the Virtual Observatory framework in order to carry out such a task. We have applied them to the DENIS survey. This survey has been performed from 1995 to 2001 in the I, J, K' spectral bands with a 1m telescope at ESO La Silla. Many sources associated to Solar System Objects have been identified and we present our preliminary results.

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Astrometric data for NEAs extracted from the infrared DENIS survey

  • W. Thuillot (a1), J. Berthier (a1), J. Iglésias (a1), G. Simon (a2) and V. Lainey (a1)...

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