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LIght Curve for (193) Ambrosia

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About this observation
Observer
Tim Haymes
Time of observation
09/11/2016 - 23:00
Object
Ambrosia
Observing location
nr Reading, England
Equipment
30cm F/4
ATIK 314L+
Baader MPCC
Exposure
Sequence of 20sec
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I was able to make a small contribution to observations made by Adrian Jones (UK) on the rotational light curve for this asteroid, requested by Toni Santana (PL) who is the project lead for Gaia-GOSA.  Although my contribution was small (2 nights interrupted by cloud !) points coincide with minimum and maximum (by chance).  Asteroid light curves are part way to understanding their 3D shapes, and timed occultations then help to refine dimensions.
- Light curve is courtesy of Toni Santana and the Gaia-GOSA team. (See also BAA Asteroids and Remote Planets Section)

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