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Table 3:

Properties of objects imaged.*
Object ID Object na Typeb Elem.c ad ee if $T_{\rm J}$g Hh UT Datei Tel.j Rk $\Delta$l $\alpha$m $\alpha _{\rm pl}$n $\nu $o mRp $\sigma_{\rm m}$q tr S/Ns $\Sigma_{\rm lim}$t $C_{\rm d}/C_{\rm n}$u
20030929_01 48821 (1997 WK35) 1 Them P 3.193 0.191 2.28 3.17 14.5 20030929 UH 2.2 2.82 2.62 20.8 0.0 299.2 19.6 0.1 1500 147 25.9 0.0009
20030929_02 68899 (2002 JL95) 1 Them P 3.091 0.146 1.48 3.21 15.3 20030929 UH 2.2 2.68 1.69 3.5 0.1 45.5 19.0 0.1 1200 215 25.9 0.0011
20030929_03 69839 (1998 SJ10) 1 Them P 3.047 0.157 1.81 3.22 15.2 20030929 UH 2.2 2.61 1.61 1.0 -0.2 317.9 18.1 0.1 900 327 25.5 0.0008
20030930_01 66065 (1998 RB13) 1 Them P 3.115 0.147 1.47 3.20 15.2 20030930 UH 2.2 2.56 1.90 19.7 0.1 358.4 18.7 0.1 900 155 25.7 0.0008
20030930_02 69220 (3030 T-3) 1 Them P 3.053 0.157 1.57 3.22 15.3 20030930 UH 2.2 2.50 2.06 22.9 0.2 344.1 19.4 0.1 1200 106 25.3 0.0020
20030930_03 71552 (2000 DR7) 1 Them P 3.185 0.152 1.47 3.18 15.0 20030930 UH 2.2 2.80 1.86 8.3 0.1 57.5 18.4 0.1 900 316 26.0 0.0005
20030930_04 155387 (1994 AC9) 1 Them P 3.165 0.152 1.09 3.18 16.0 20030930 UH 2.2 2.63 1.69 9.7 0.9 332.7 19.3 0.1 1500 140 26.0 0.0014
20031212_01 47085 (1999 AW2) 1 Them P 3.110 0.152 1.01 3.20 14.5 20031212 UH 2.2 2.68 1.71 4.8 -0.4 44.5 17.9 0.1 600 206 25.3 0.0007
20031212_02 68451 (2001 SZ31) 2 Them P 3.161 0.157 0.95 3.19 14.7 20031212 UH 2.2 2.71 2.79 20.6 0.2 1.2 19.6 0.1 2100 83 25.9 0.0008
20031212_03 139964 (2001 SH7) 2 Them P 3.095 0.144 1.10 3.21 15.0 20031212 UH 2.2 2.70 2.46 21.3 0.6 18.1 20.5 0.1 2100 37 25.7 0.0025
20031213_01 112407 (2002 NU39) 1 Them P 3.074 0.151 1.05 3.21 15.5 20031213 UH 2.2 2.90 1.93 3.9 -0.4 82.5 20.1 0.1 1500 63 26.1 0.0019
* Excerpt only; full Table 3 available online at the CDS (http://cdsweb.u-strasbg.fr/A+A.htx)
a Number of independent times an object was observed during the course of this survey.
b Target category of object (see Sect. 1.3) where ``Them'' indicates a Themis family asteroid, ``Koro'' indicates a Koronis family asteroid, ``Veri'' indicates a Veritas family asteroid, ``Kari'' indicates a Karin cluster asteroid, and ``Low-i'' indicates a low-inclination outer-belt asteroid.
c Type of orbital elements used, where ``P'' indicates proper elements from the AstDyS website were used, and ``O'' indicates osculating elements from JPL's Solar System Dynamics Group's Small-Body Database (http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi) were used.
d Orbital semimajor axis in AU.
e Orbital eccentricity.
f Orbital inclination in degrees.
g Tisserand parameter, computed from listed orbital elements.
h Absolute magnitude (V-band); from JPL's Small-Body Database.
i UT date in year, month, and day (YYYYMMDD).
jTelescope used (CT1m: CTIO 1.0 m telescope; Gemn: Gemini North 8.1 m telescope; Keck: Keck I 10 m telescope; Lulin: Lulin 1.0 m telescope; SOAR: southern astrophysical research 4.1 m telescope; Subr: Subaru 8.2 m telescope; UH 2.2: University of Hawaii 2.2 m telescope).
k Median heliocentric distance in AU; from JPL's Solar System Dynamics Group's Horizons ephemeris generator (http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/horizons.cgi).
l Median geocentric distance in AU; from JPL's Horizons ephemeris generator.
m Solar phase angle in degrees; from JPL's Horizons ephemeris generator.
n Orbit plane angle (between the observer and object orbit plane as seen from the object) in degrees; from JPL's Horizons ephemeris generator.
o True anomaly in degrees; from JPL's Horizons ephemeris generator.
p Approximate mean R-band magnitude of nucleus as measured from observations.
q Estimated magnitude uncertainty, where uncertainties of 0.1 mag are assigned to observations obtained during clear conditions, and uncertainties of 0.5 mag are assigned to observations obtained with cirrus present (observing conditions listed in Table 2).
r Total effective exposure time in seconds.
s Measured signal-to-noise ratio for composite image.
t Surface brightness detection limit for activity, in mag arcsec-1, as measured in a 1 arcsec2 sampling aperture.
u Fractional scattering surface area of dust with respect to the nucleus cross-section, in 106 km-1 at the geocentric distance of the nucleus, that is represented by $\Sigma_{\rm lim}$.

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