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Fig. 11


Same as in Fig. 9, but for asteroid (2100) Ra-Shalom. Here again, the Yarkovsky effect has been fairly well determined thanks to multitude of radar observations in five apparitions. The vertical dashed line indicates the estimated high thermal inertia of Ra-Shalom’s surface from Delbó et al. (2003) and Shepard et al. (2008). The three theoretical curves correspond to bulk densities of 1.3, 1.7, and 2 g cm-3.

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