Size and albedo of Kuiper belt object 55636 from a stellar occultation

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Elliot, J. L., Person, M. J., Zuluaga, C. A., Bosh, A. S., Adams, E. R., Brothers, T. C., Gulbis, A. A. S., Levine, S. E., Lockhart, M., Zangari, A. M., Babcock, B. A., DuPre, K., Pasachoff, J. M., Souza, S. P., Rosing, W., Secrest, N., Bright, L., Dunham, E. W., Sheppard, S. S., ..., Gilmore, A.. 2010. "Size and albedo of Kuiper belt object 55636 from a stellar occultation." Nature. 465 (7300), pp. 897-900. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature09109
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Size and albedo of Kuiper belt object 55636 from a stellar occultation

ERA Journal ID17479
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AuthorsElliot, J. L. (Author), Person, M. J. (Author), Zuluaga, C. A. (Author), Bosh, A. S. (Author), Adams, E. R. (Author), Brothers, T. C. (Author), Gulbis, A. A. S. (Author), Levine, S. E. (Author), Lockhart, M. (Author), Zangari, A. M. (Author), Babcock, B. A. (Author), DuPre, K. (Author), Pasachoff, J. M. (Author), Souza, S. P. (Author), Rosing, W. (Author), Secrest, N. (Author), Bright, L. (Author), Dunham, E. W. (Author), Sheppard, S. S. (Author), Kakkala, M. (Author), Tilleman, T. (Author), Berger, B. (Author), Briggs, J. W. (Author), Jacobson, G. (Author), Valleli, P. (Author), Volz, B. (Author), Rapoport, S. (Author), Hart, R. (Author), Brucker, M. (Author), Michel, R. (Author), Mattingly, A. (Author), Zambrano-Marin, L. (Author), Meyer, A. W. (Author), Wolf, J. (Author), Ryan, E. V. (Author), Ryan, W. H. (Author), Morzinski, K. (Author), Grigsby, B. (Author), Brimacombe, J. (Author), Montano, H. G. (Author) and Gilmore, A. (Author)
Journal TitleNature
Journal Citation465 (7300), pp. 897-900
Number of Pages4
Year2010
PublisherNature Publishing Group
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
ISSN0028-0836
0090-0028
0300-8746
1476-4687
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1038/nature09109
Web Address (URL)http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v465/n7300/full/nature09109.html
Abstract

The Kuiper belt is a collection of small bodies (Kuiper belt objects, KBOs) that lie beyond the orbit of Neptune and which are believed to have formed contemporaneously with the planets. Their small size and great distance make them difficult to study. KBO 55636 (2002 TX300) is a member of the water-ice-rich Haumea KBO collisional family. The Haumea family are among the most highly reflective objects in the Solar System. Dynamical calculations indicate that the collision that created KBO 55636 occurred at least 1 Gyr ago. Here we report observations of a multi-chord stellar occultation by KBO 55636, which occurred on 9 October 2009 ut. We find that it has a mean radius of 143 ± 5 km (assuming a circular solution). Allowing for possible elliptical shapes, we find a geometric albedo of in the V photometric band, which establishes that KBO 55636 is smaller than previously thought and that, like its parent body, it is highly reflective. The dynamical age implies either that KBO 55636 has an active resurfacing mechanism, or that fresh water-ice in the outer Solar System can persist for gigayear timescales.

Keywordsalbedo; collision; Neptune; solar system; timescale
Contains Sensitive ContentDoes not contain sensitive content
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020510109. Stellar astronomy and planetary systems
519999. Other physical sciences not elsewhere classified
490105. Dynamical systems in applications
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Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
Byline AffiliationsMassachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Williams College, United States
Las Cumbres Observatory, United States
University of Hawaii, United States
Lowell Observatory, United States
Carnegie Institution of Washington, United States
United States Naval Observatory, United States
Amateur Telescope Makers of Boston, United States
Australian National University
Centre for Astronomy, Solar Radiation and Climate
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States
National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
IBM, Australia
University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley, United States
NASA Ames Research Center, United States
Magdalena Ridge Observatory, United States
University of California, United States
James Cook University
National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, Nicaragua
University of Canterbury, New Zealand
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