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B/astorb       Orbits of Minor Planets                     (Bowell+ 2014)
The following files can be converted to FITS (extension .fit or fit.gz)
	astorb.dat
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Query from: http://vizier.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/VizieR?-source=B/astorb
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Beginning of ReadMe : B/astorb Orbits of Minor Planets (Bowell+ 2014) ================================================================================ The Asteroid Orbital Elements Database, version 2014-Apr-20 Bowell E. <Lowell Observatory (1999-2014)> ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Minor planets Introduction: astorb.dat is an ASCII file of high-precision osculating orbital elements, ephemeris uncertainties, and some additional data for all the numbered asteroids and the vast majority of unnumbered asteroids (multi-apparition and single-apparition) for which it is possible to make reasonably determinate computations. It contains 30769 orbits computed by the author. Each orbit, based on astrometric observations downloaded from the Minor Planet Center, occupies one 264-column record. Acknowledgment and Attribution: The research and computing needed to generate astorb.dat were funded principally by NASA grant NAGW-1470, and in part by the Lowell Observatory endowment. astorb.dat may be freely used, copied, and transmitted provided attribution to Dr. Edward Bowell and the aforementioned funding sources is made. Hypertext links to this WWW site are welcome. See also: http://asteroid.lowell.edu/ : The Astorb database at Lowell Obs. B/comets : Database of orbital elements of comets (Rocher, 2007) II/190 : IRAS Minor Planet Survey (Tedesco 1992)

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