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Fig. B.1


Left: distribution of the dispersion of color measurement in period-amplitude space. The white contours represent the regions encompassing 50% and 99% of the population with known rotation period and amplitude, respectively. The largest uncertainties are found for high-amplitude short rotation-period light curves, which is outside the typical space sampled by SSOs. Right: distribution of the dispersion and residuals of color determination in VIS-Y, VIS-J, and VIS-H colors (the remaining colors are a combination of these three). The dispersion is typically at the level of the individual measurement uncertainty (here 0.020 mag). Residuals are much smaller, close to zero, and with a dispersion below 0.01 mag.

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