COMPTES RENDUS DU COLLOQUE CERÈS 2001- ASTROMÉTRIE ET PHYSIQUE DES PETITES PLANÈTES GRÂCE AUX RÉSEAUX D'OBSERVATEURS
The Cérès 2001workshop, organized by the Institut de mécanique cleste et de calcul des éphémérides, Paris observatory, was dedicated to Cérès discovery by Piazzi in 1801. It gathered professional astronomers and amateurs, observers and theorists, interested in the study of the asteroids and more generally by the study of the small objects of the solar system, the movements modelling, the determination of the physical parameters and using the observations carried out by the observers networks or taking part in it. This workshop has also made it possible to discuss the techniques currently used for these observations.
The covered subjects were :
- astrometrical observations of asteroids: towards the improvement of the precision ;
- predictions and observations of stellar occultations: how to increase the effectiveness of the observers networks ;
- photometric observations of asteroids: determination of the poles of rotation, the morphology of asteroids ;
- the research of the satellites of asteroids and the binary asteroids: towards the detection of new systems ;
- observation of the other small objects of the solar system: towards an improvement of the dynamic models ;
- the observers networks.
This volume of proceedings contains the papers presented during this workshop.
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