Compositional distributions and evolutionary processes for the near-Earth object population: Results from the MIT-Hawaii Near-Earth Object Spectroscopic Survey (MITHNEOS)

R. P. Binzel, F. E. DeMeo, E. V. Turtelboom, S. J. Bus, A. Tokunaga, T. H. Burbine, C. Lantz, D. Polishook, B. Carry, A. Morbidelli, M. Birlan, P. Vernazza, B. J. Burt, N. Moskovitz, S. M. Slivan, C. A. Thomas, A. S. Rivkin, M. D. Hicks, T. Dunn, V. ReddyJ. A. Sanchez, M. Granvik, T. Kohout

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Original languageEnglish
JournalIcarus
Volume324
Pages (from-to)41-76
Number of pages36
ISSN0019-1035
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 May 2019
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

Fields of Science

  • SPECTRAL PROPERTIES
  • SOLAR-SYSTEM
  • ORDINARY CHONDRITES
  • SOURCE REGIONS
  • PARENT BODY
  • REFLECTANCE SPECTRA
  • PYROXENE MIXTURES
  • ASTEROID PAIRS
  • FRESH SURFACES
  • MAIN-BELT
  • 115 Astronomy, Space science

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