The asteroid 153 Hilda
Lagerkvist, C.-I.(1) and Di Martino, M.(2) and Blanco, C.(3) and Dahlgren, M. (1) and Erikson, A. and Lahulla, J.F.(4) and Lazzarin, M.(5) and Lumme, K.(6) and Pohjolainen, S.(7) and Riccioli, D.(3) (1994) The asteroid 153 Hilda. In: Small Bodies in the Solar System and their Interactions with Planets - Abstract Volume, . Reprocentralen HSC, Uppsala, Schweden. "Small Bodies in the Solar System and their Interactions with Planets", Marieham, Finland, 8.-12. August 1994.
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Hilda was studied by photometric, spectroscopic and polarimetric observations during the opposition in 1992. The period was determined to 5.11 hours with a lightcurve amplitude of 0.05 magnitudes. The polarization value of -0.28 at a phase angle of 3.2 degrees seems to be normal for a P-type asteroid. Long term integration of the orbital evolution show that the orbit is stable over time intervals of several million years.
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|Title:||The asteroid 153 Hilda|
|Journal or Publication Title:||Small Bodies in the Solar System and their Interactions with Planets - Abstract Volume|
|Publisher:||Reprocentralen HSC, Uppsala, Schweden|
|Event Title:||"Small Bodies in the Solar System and their Interactions with Planets", Marieham, Finland, 8.-12. August 1994|
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|Institutes and Institutions:||Institute of Planetary Research > Institut für Planetenerkundung|
|Deposited By:||elib DLR-Beauftragter|
|Deposited On:||02 Apr 2006|
|Last Modified:||27 Apr 2009 09:47|
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