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Commission des Positions et des Mouvements des Petites Planetes, des Cometes et des Satellites

  • Luboš Perek
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Part of the International Astronomical Union Transactions book series (IAUT, volume 13B)

Abstract

The outstanding feature of minor planet research during this triennium has been the completion of orbit improvements on a large scale, both by the Institute of Theoretical Astronomy at Leningrad and by the Cincinnati Observatory. This in turn improves the accuracy and the reliability of the published ephemerides. The increasing impact of the more widespread use of electronic computers is also becoming evident. Much good continues to come from the work of Dr O. Kippes in establishing identifications; and L. Boyer has rejuvenated the program of identities of the late A. Patry. Also considerable recent success along these lines has come from C. M. Bardwell at Cincinnati. The dominant problem continues to be in the area of observations. One reason is that nearly all significant observations now need to be in the range of one or two magnitudes fainter than have formerly been useful. Another is that the efforts to secure a suitable instrument for conducting another survey such as the Yerkes-McDonald survey of 1950–52 have not been successful as yet.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Luboš Perek
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  1. 1.Astronomical InstituteCzechoslovak Academy of SciencesPrague 2Czechoslovakia

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