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Title: Photometric observations of 1856 Ruzena
Authors: Hayes-Gehrke, Melissa
Stoeckel, Brandon
Vishnu, Suteerth
Rhoades, Dallas
Yang, Daniel
Pham, Alex
Ginerich, Andrew
Brincat, Stephen
Galdies, Charles
Grech, Winston
Keywords: Asteroids
Light curves
Issue Date: 2019-09
Publisher: Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers
Citation: Hayes-Gehrke, M., Stoeckel, B., Vishnu, S., Rhoades, D., Yang, D., Pham, A., ... & Armonie, E. (2018). Photometric Observations of 1856 Ruzena. Minor Planet Bulletin, 45, 318-319.
Abstract: CCD photometric observations of asteroid 1856 Rùžena were taken over a span of 10 nights in April 2018, yielding a lightcurve with a rotation period of 5.960 ± 0.003h and an amplitude of 0.65 mag.
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