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projects [2019/02/04 10:13]
Michele Bannister
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Michele Bannister
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 The ATLAS project discovers >100 Near-Earth Objects each year, and observes many others in its wide-field imaging survey. Astrometry and photometry is automatically reported to the Minor Planet Centre, but little photometric analysis of the NEOs have been done to date. This project will involve analysing the ATLAS photometry of NEOs,to investigate whether measurement of NEO spins with ATLAS will be worthwhile to pursue. The ATLAS project discovers >100 Near-Earth Objects each year, and observes many others in its wide-field imaging survey. Astrometry and photometry is automatically reported to the Minor Planet Centre, but little photometric analysis of the NEOs have been done to date. This project will involve analysing the ATLAS photometry of NEOs,to investigate whether measurement of NEO spins with ATLAS will be worthwhile to pursue.
  
-Previous computational experience and familiarity ​in Python programming is required.+Previous computational experience and familiarity ​with Python programming is required.
  
 Supervisor: Alan Fitzsimmons,​ Michele Bannister (contact: a.fitzsimmons@qub.ac.uk) Supervisor: Alan Fitzsimmons,​ Michele Bannister (contact: a.fitzsimmons@qub.ac.uk)
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