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Table 2.

Updated spin states of incorrect DAMIT models.

Asteroid λ1 β1 λ2 β2 P Light curves

Number Name [deg] [deg] [deg] [deg] [h]
208 Lacrimosa 16 60 202 61 14.08574 Binzel (1987), Slivan & Binzel (1996),
Stephens (2014), USNO, Gaia DR2
526 Jena 16 50 194 54 11.87655 Barucci et al. (1994), USNO, Gaia DR2
1332 Marconia 59 26 240 26 32.11995 Stephens (2013), Devogèle et al. (2017),
USNO, Gaia DR2
4800 Veveri 94 −9 274 16 6.214858 Hanuš et al. (2018), Lowell, Gaia DR2

Notes. For each asteroid, two possible pole directions in the ecliptic coordinates (λ, β) and the sidereal rotation period P are given. Sources of light curves and sparse photometry used for model reconstruction are listed in the last column.

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