PI: Erin Ryan, SETI Institute/NASA Ames Research Center, email@example.com
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Title: Rotational Outliers in the Trojans: Are They All One Compositional Type?
Abstract: Results of a recent survey of Trojan asteroid lightcurves with the textit mission have identified a population of asteroids with rotational periods less than 100 hours. Preliminary compositional data is available for approximately half of the sample, and all but one target have the same taxonomic type. In this proposal, we address the question: do all slow rotators within the Trojans have the same compositional type with spectra from the Las Cumbres Observatory Faulkes Telescopes.
Program Type: Standard/LCO
Run 1 (2017B): LCO-2m/FLOYDS -- 9hrs
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