Thermophysical properties of asteroid Phaethon derived by the TPM from different thermal datasets based on two pole solutions.
|[km]||[J m–2 s–1/2 K–1]||[au]|
|Pole 1: λ = 319°, β = −39°|
|4.6||300||0.145||Medium||1.1||1.1||Green et al. (1985)|
|Pole 2: λ = 84°, β = −39°|
|5.3||4000||0.13||High||1.2||1.1||Green et al. (1985)|
Notes. We also include the results based on the varied shape TPM approach (only first pole solution). The table provides the volume-equivalent diameter D, thermal inertia Γ, visual geometric albedo pV, macroscopic surface roughness, the best-fit , heliocentric distance r of Phaethon during its observation, and the thermal dataset used.
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