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I've joined in February 2006 and have been contributing a fair number of diagrams and references for Transneptunians (Kuiper belt, cubewanos, plutinos, scattered objects), Centaurs, irregular satellites of outer planets as well as to a few articles on celestial mechanics (Jacobi integral, Tisserand's relation and parameter, orbital resonance) helping to understand the origin of orbits of these objects.

You might find handy my index of refs below.

Centaurs.
Plutinos.
Kuiper belt.
Scattered.
Beyond...


Some orbits[edit]

Orcus and Pluto.
Ixion and Pluto.
2003 EL61
Ecliptic view.
Polar view.
Orbits' separation.
The closest passage.


Cross index of References[edit]

(work in progress...)

General[edit]

  • The Kuiper Belt and Other Debris Disks, Jewitt, Lacerda 2008 [1].
  • Solar System Beyond the planets, Jewitt, Delsanti 2006 [2].
  • Arizona Book

[3]

  • Gladman in Arizona Book

[4]

  • Binaries (classical), Noll, Grundy 2008

[5]

  • Colours (classical) LacerdaJewitt2008

[6]

  • Colours (classical) Doressoundiram2002

[7]

  • Brief History Chiang et all 2006[8]
  • Origin & evolution, Morbidelli 2005[9]
  • Size Distribution, Bernstein 2004 [10]
  • DES Classification, Elliot 2006

[11]

  • Orbits, original Malhotra [12]
  • Solsys resonances, Malhotra98[13]
  • Dynamics of the KuiperBelt, Malhotra 2000[14]
  • Phase space, Malhotra96[15]
  • Diverse Size and Albedo, Grundy, Noll 2005[16]
  • Satellites of big KBOs, Brown et al 2006 [17]
  • The edge, Trujillo 2001 [18]
  • Colours
    • DES Colors, Elliot 2006 [19]
    • Sizes and albedo, Stansberry 2007[20]
    • Color Distribution, Doressoundiram 2005 [21]
    • Color (controversy), Peixinho 2003 [22]
    • MBOSS database of colour indices Hainaut & Delsanti (2002) [23]
  • Deep Ecliptic Survey
    • DES I Procedures, results 2003 [24]
    • DES II Classifciation [25]

Individual Objects' refs[edit]

Plutinos[edit]

  • Orbits
    • Original Malotra 95 [26]
  • Pluto
    • Moons' discovery, Weaver 2006 [28]
    • Impact origin, Stern 2006 [29]
    • Quadruple system, Steffl 2005 [30]


  • (90482) Orcus
    • Surface, de Bergh, Delsanti 2005 [31]
    • NIR, Trujilo 2005 [32]
  • (28978) Ixion
    • Surface, Boehnhardt 2003[33]
    • NIR, Licandro, 2002 [34]

KBOs[edit]

  • 2005 FY9
    • Methane, Licandro, (2006)[35]
  • Haumea (2003 EL61)
    • Orbits, Brown 2009 [36]
    • Surface, Licandro et al 2009[37]
    • Surface of the Moons

[38]

    • IR Spectrum, Trujillo 2006

[39]

    • Moon, Brown 2005 [40]
    • Shape and size, Rabinowitz 2006 [41]
    • Moons, Brown 2006 [17]
    • Moon, spectrum Barkume [42]
  • (50000) Quaoar
    • Size, Brown 2004 [43]
    • Crystalline ice, Jewitt 2004 [44]
    • Moon Eko 51 [45]
    • Methane ice, Shaller, Brown 2007 [46]


  • (20000) Varuna
    • IRAM, Lelouch 2002 [47]
    • Properties Jewitt, Sheppard 2002 [48]
    • Size & albedo, Jewitt 2001 [49]
  • (55565) 2002 AW197
    • Albedo, Cruikshank, 2004[50]
    • Spectrum & surface, Barucci,2005[51]
  • (55636) 2002 TX300
    • General, Lellouch, 2004[52]
    • Minerals, Licandro, 2004[53]
    • Fresh icy surface, Licandro 2006[54]

SDOs[edit]

  • 2003 UB313
    • Discovery, Brown [55]
    • Size, Brown 2006 [56]
    • Moon, Brown 2006 [17]
  • 2004 XR190
    • Discovery, Allen,Gladman [57]

ESDOs[edit]

  • Distant companion [58]
  • Passing star [59]
  • (90377) Sedna
    • Orcus & Sedna, Trujilo 2005 [32]
    • Sedna v Triton, Barucci 2005 [60]
    • Orbits Origin, Morbidelli [61]

Centaurs[edit]

  • Thermal, Asbolus and Chiron, Fernandes & Jewitt 2002 [62]
  • Water on Chiron, Jewitt 2000 [63]
  • Colours, Peixinho 2003 [22]

Physical characteristics[edit]

    • Size Quaoar, Brown 2004 [43]
    • Cristalline ice, Quaoar, Jewiit 2004[44]
    • Varuna, properties Jewitt, Sheppard 2002 [48]
    • Varuna, Size & albedo, Jewitt 2001 [49]
    • Size 2003 UB313, Brown 2006 [56]
    • Sedna & Triton, Barucci 2005 [60]
    • Surface, Orcus, Delsanti 2005 [31]
    • IR spectrum, Orcus & Sedna, Trujillo [32]
    • Varuna, IRAM, 2002 [47]
    • Sizes, spitzer

[64]

Irregular satellites[edit]

Reviews[edit]

  • ...Relationship with asteroids and KBOs, Sheppard 2005[65]

Orbits, origin & stability[edit]

  • Orbits, Carruba 2002[66]
  • Orbits' stability. Nesvorny 2003[67]
  • Collisional Origin, Nesforny 2004[68]
  • Orbits; secular resonances, Burns [69]
  • On the secular behavoiur.., Cuk, Burns 2004 [70]

Physical characteristics[edit]

  • Colours: Jupiter, Saturn, Grav 2003 [71]
  • Colours: Uranus, Neptune Grav 2004U [72]
  • Infrared spectra, Grav 2004 [73]
  • BVR colours, Rettig 2001[74].

Jupiter[edit]

  • An abundant population ..., Sheppard, Jewitt 2003 [75]
  • Outer sats and Trojans, Sheppard, Jewitt, Porco 2004 [76]
  • Colours & groupings, Grav 2003[71]
  • Groupings Nesvorny 2004 [68]

Saturn[edit]

  • Discovery & groupings, Gladman 2001 [77]
  • Colours & groupings, Grav 2003[71]
  • Colours & groupings, Grav 2006 [78]
  • Infrared spectra, Grav 2004 [73]

Phoebe[edit]

Hyperion[edit]

Uranus[edit]

  • Ultradeep Survey, Sheppard & Jewitt 2005 [79]
  • Colours and lightcurves, Marris 2001 [80]
  • Discovery of Sycorax & Caleban, Gladman 1998[81]
  • Discovery of Setebos, Stephano & Trinculo [82]
  • Colours, Grav 2004 U[72]

Neptune[edit]

  • Discovery, Holman [83]
  • A Survey ... Uranus...' Sheppard & Jewitt 2006 [84]
  • Triton as surviving binary, Agnor & Hamilton [85].
  • Triton's capture, Goldreich 1989 [86]
  • Colours, Grav 2004 U[72]

Graphs - Physical characteristics[edit]

Illustration of sizes, albedos and colours of the largest TNOs.


Colours of Centaurs.
Colours of the Transneptunians.


ThePlutinos Size Albedo Color2.svg

Pluto Charon Ixion Orcus


Drafts / previews[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ D.Jewitt, A. Moro-Martın, P.Lacerda The Kuiper Belt and Other Debris Disks to appear in Astrophysics in the Next Decade, Springer Verlag (2009). Preprint of the article (pdf)
  2. ^ D.Jewitt, A.Delsanti The Solar System Beyond The Planets in Solar System Update : Topical and Timely Reviews in Solar System Sciences , Springer-Praxis Ed., ISBN 3540260560 (2006). Preprint of the article (pdf)
  3. ^ H. Boehnhardt, M. A. Barucci; D. P. Cruikshank, A. Morbidelli, Jeff Grubb, David Yu (2008). The Solar System Beyond Neptune. 
  4. ^ B. Gladman, B. Marsden, C. VanLaerhoven (2008). "Nomenclature in the Outer Solar System". in The Solar System Beyond Neptune, ISBN 987-0-8165-2755-7. 
  5. ^ K. Noll, W. Grundy, D. Stephens, H. Levison, S. Kern (April 2008). "Evidence for two populations of classical transneptunian objects: The strong inclination dependence of classical binaries". Icarus (PREPRINT) 194. 
  6. ^ Nuno Peixinho, Pedro Lacerda and David Jewitt (August 2008). "COLOR-INCLINATION RELATION OF THE CLASSICAL KUIPER BELT OBJECTS". The Astronomical Journal (PREPRINT) 136. 
  7. ^ A. Doressoundiram, N. Peixinho, C. de Bergh, S. Fornasier, P. Thebault, M. A. Barucci,C. Veillet (October 2002). "The Color Distribution in the EDGEWORTH-KUIPER Belt". The Astronomical Journal (PREPRINT) 124. 
  8. ^ E. Chiang, Y. Lithwick, M. Buie, W. Grundy, M. Holman A Brief History of Trans-Neptunian Space. to appear in Protostars and Planets V (August 2006) Final preprint on arXiv
  9. ^ Morbidelli A. Origin and dynamical evolution of comets and their reservoirs. Preprint on arXiv
  10. ^ Bernstein G.M., Trilling D.E., Allen R.L. , Brown K.E , Holman M., Malhotra R. The size Distribution of transneptunian bodies. The Astronomical Journal, 128, 1364-1390. preprint on arXiv
  11. ^ J. L. Elliot, S. D. Kern, K. B. Clancy, A. A. S. Gulbis, R. L. Millis, M. W. Buie, L. H. Wasserman, E. I. Chiang, A. B. Jordan, D. E. Trilling, and K. J. Meech (February 2005). "The Deep Ecliptic Survey: A Search for Kuiper Belt Objects and Centaurs. II. Dynamical Classification, the Kuiper Belt Plane, and the Core Population.". The Astronomical Journal (PDF) 129. 
  12. ^ Renu Malhotra, The Origin of Pluto's Orbit: Implications for the Solar System Beyond Neptune, The Astronomical Journal, 110 (1995), p. 420 Preprint.
  13. ^ Renu Malhotra Orbital Resonances and Chaos in the Solar System Solar system Formation and Evolution, ASP Conference Series, 149 (1998) preprint
  14. ^ Malhotra, R.; Duncan, M. J.; Levison, H. F. Dynamics of the Kuiper Belt. Protostars and Planets IV, University of Arizona Press, p. 1231 preprint
  15. ^ Malhotra, Renu The Phase Space Structure Near Neptune Resonances in the Kuiper Belt. Astronomical Journal v.111, p.504preprint
  16. ^ Grundy, W. M.; Noll, K. S.; Stephens, D. C., Diverse albedos of small trans-neptunian objects Icarus, '176, pp. 184-191. preprint
  17. ^ a b c M. E. Brown, M. A. van Dam, A. H. Bouchez, D. LeMignant, C. A. Trujillo, R. Campbell, J. Chin, Conrad A, .S. Hartman, E. Johansson, R. Lafon, D. L. Rabinowitz, P. Stomski, D. Summers, P. L. Wizinowich Satellites of the largest Kuiper belt objects, The Astrophysical Journal (2006), 639, Issue 1, pp. L43-L46. Preprint on arXiv.
  18. ^ Chadwick A. Trujillo and Michael E. Brown The Radial Distribution of the Kuiper Belt, The Astrophysical Journal, 554 (2001), pp. L95–L98 pdf
  19. ^ Gulbis, Amanda A. S.; Elliot, J. L.; Kane, Julia F. The color of the Kuiper belt Core Icarus, 183 (july 2006), Issue 1, p. 168-178.
  20. ^ Stansberry J., Grundy W., Brown M, Cruikshank D., Spencer J., Trilling D., Margot J-L Physical Properties of Kuiper Belt and Centaur Objects: Constraints from Spitzer Space Telescope To Appear in: Kuiper Belt (M.A. Barucci et al., Eds.) U. Arizona Press, 2007 Preprint
  21. ^ A. Doressoundiram, N. Peixinho, C. de Bergh, S. Fornasier, Ph. Thébault, M.A. Barucci and C. Veillet The color distribution in the Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt The Astronomical Journal, 124, pp. 2279-2296. Preprint on arXiv
  22. ^ a b N. Peixinho1, A. Doressoundiram1, A. Delsanti, H. Boehnhardt, M. A. Barucci, and I. Belskaya Reopening the TNOs Color Controversy: Centaurs Bimodality and TNOs Unimodality Astronomy and Astrophysics, 410, L29-L32 (2003). Preprint on arXiv
  23. ^ Hainaut & Delsanti (2002) Color of Minor Bodies in the Outer Solar System Astronomy & Astrophysics, 389, 641 MBOSS site
  24. ^ Buie, M W; Millis, R L; Wasserman, L H; Elliot, J L; Kern, S D; Clancy, K B; Chiang, E I; Jordan, A B; Meech, K J; Wagner, R M; Trilling, D E Procedures, resources and selected results of the Deep Ecliptic Earth, Moon, and Planets, 92 (June 2003) Preprint on arXiv
  25. ^ J. L. Elliot, S. D. Kern, K. B. Clancy, A. A. S. Gulbis, R. L. Millis, M. W. Buie, L. H. Wasserman, E. I. Chiang, A. B. Jordan, D. E. Trilling, and K. J. Meech The Deep Ecliptic Survey: A Search for Kuiper Belt Objects and Centaurs. II. Dynamical Classification, the Kuiper Belt Plane, and the Core Population. The Astronomical Journal, 129 (2006), pp. preprint
  26. ^ Malhotra The Origin of Pluto's Orbit: Implications for the Solar System Beyond Neptune Astronomical Journal, 110 (1995), p420 Preprint in arXiv
  27. ^ Qingjuan Yu and Scott Tremaine The Dynamics of Plutinos The Astronomical Journal, 118 (1999), pp. 1873–1881 Preprint in arXiv
  28. ^ H. A. Weaver, S. A. Stern, M. J. Mutchler, A. J. Steffl, M. W. Buie, W. J. Merline, J. R. Spencer, E. F. Young and L. A. Young Discovery of two new satellites of Pluto. Nature 439, 943–945 (23 February 2006) Final preprint on ArXiv
  29. ^ S. A. Stern, H. A. Weaver, A. J. Steffl, M. J. Mutchler, W. J. Merline, M. W. Buie, E. F. Young, L. A. Young and J. R. Spencer A giant impact origin for Pluto's small moons and satellite multiplicity in the Kuiper belt Nature 439, 946-948 (23 February 2006). Preprint Characteristics and Origin of the Quadruple System at Pluto on arXiv. Also conference summary (pdf)
  30. ^ A.J. Steffl, M.J. Mutchler, H.A. Weaver, S.A.Stern, D.D. Durda, D. Terrell, W.J. Merline, L.A. Young, E.F. Young, M.W. Buie, J.R. Spencer New Constraints on Additional Satellites of the Pluto System Originally to appear in The Astronomical Journal Preprint in arXiv
  31. ^ a b C. de Bergh, A. Delsanti, G. P. Tozzi, E. Dotto, A. Doressoundiram and M. A. Barucci The Surface of the Transneptunian Object 9048 Orcus Astronomy & Astrophysics, 437 (2005), pp.1115-1120. Abstract
  32. ^ a b c Chadwick A. Trujillo, Michael E. Brown, David L. Rabinowitz, Thomas R. Geballe Near Infrared Surface Properties of the Two Intrinsically Brightest Minor Planets (90377) Sedna and (90482) Orcus The Astrophysical Journal, 627 (2005), pp.1057–1065. Preprint on arXiv.
  33. ^ H. Boehnhardt, S. Bagnulo, K. Muinonen, M. A. Barucci, L. Kolokolova, E. Dotto and G. P. Tozzi Surface characterization of 28978 Ixion (2001 KX76) Astronomy & Astrophysics, 415, (2003), pp. L17-L19 Pre-print
  34. ^ J. Licandro, F. Ghinassi, L. Testi Infrared spectroscopy of the largest known trans-neptunian object 2001 KX76 Astronomy & Astrophysics, (2002}} Pre-print on arXiv
  35. ^ Licandro, J.; Pinilla-Alonso, N.; Pedani, M.; Oliva, E.; Tozzi, G. P.; Grundy, W. M. The methane ice rich surface of large TNO 2005 FY_9: a Pluto-twin in the trans-neptunian belt? Astronomy and Astrophysics, 445 (2006), pp.L35-L38 Abstract.
  36. ^ D. Ragozzine, M. E. Brown Orbits And Masses Of The Satellites Of The Dwarf Planet Haumea = 2003 EL61, To appear in The Astronomical Journal (2009) Preprint on arXiv
  37. ^ N. Pinilla-Alonso, R. Brunetto, J. Licandro, R. Gil-Hutton, T. L. Roush, and G. Strazzulla (March 2009). "Study of the Surface of 2003 EL61, the largest carbon-depleted object in the trans-neptunian belt" (PDF). Astronomy and Astrophysics 496 (2). 
  38. ^ Fraser, W.C.; Brown, M.E. (2009). "NICMOS Photometry of the Unusual Dwarf Planet Haumea and its Satellites". The Astrophysical Journal Letters 695: L1. doi:10.1088/0004-637X/695/1/L1. Retrieved 15 March 2009. 
  39. ^ C. A. Trujillo, Brown M.E., Barkume K., Shaller E., Rabinowitz D. The Surface of 2003 EL61 in the Near Infrared. The Astrophysical Journal, 655 (Feb. 2007), pp. 1172-1178 Preprint
  40. ^ M. E. Brown, A. H. Bouchez, D. L. Rabinowitz, R. Sari, C. A. Trujillo, M. A. van Dam, R. Campbell, J. Chin, S. Hartman, E. Johansson, R. Lafon, D. LeMignant, P. Stomski, D. Summers, P. L. Wizinowich Keck Observatory laser guide star adaptive optics discovery and characterization of a satellite to large Kuiper belt object 2003 EL61, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 632, L45 (October 2005) Full text from caltech
  41. ^ D. L. Rabinowitz, K. M. Barkume, M. E. Brown, H. G. Roe, M. Schwartz, S. W. Tourtellotte, C. A. Trujillo (2005), Photometric Observations Constraining the Size, Shape, and Albedo of 2003 El61, a Rapidly Rotating, Pluto-Sized Object in the Kuiper Belt, The Astrophysical Journal (2006), 639, Issue 2, pp. 1238-1251 Preprint on arXiv
  42. ^ K. M Barkume, M. E. Brown, and E. L. Schaller Water Ice on the Satellite of Kuiper Belt Object 2003 EL61,The Astrophysical Journal, 640 (March 2006), pp. L87-L89. Preprint
  43. ^ a b Michael E. Brown and Chadwick A. Trujillo Direct Measurement of the Size of the Large Kuiper Belt Object (50000) Quaoar The Astronomical Journal, 127 (2004), pages 2413–2417 Brown's site reprint
  44. ^ a b Jewitt DC, Luu J Crystalline water ice on the Kuiper belt object (50000) Quaoar Nature, 432, (2004), pp.731. Reprint on Jewitt's site (pdf)
  45. ^ Distant EKO The Kuiper Belt Electronic newsletter, March 2007
  46. ^ E.L. Schaller, M.E. Brown Detection of Methane on Kuiper Belt Object (50000) Quaoar to appear in ApJ Letters, (2007) Preprint on arXiv.
  47. ^ a b E. Lellouch, R. Moreno, J. L. Ortiz, G. Paubert, A. Doressoundiram and N. Peixinho Coordinated thermal and optical observations of Trans-Neptunian object (20 000)Varuna from Sierra Nevada Astronomy & Astrophysics, 391, 1133-1139 (2002) Preprint on arXiv.
  48. ^ a b Jewitt D, Sheppard S Physical Properties Of Trans-Neptunian Object (20000) Varuna The Astronomical Journal, 123, (2002), pp.2110–2120. Preprint on arXiv.
  49. ^ a b Jewitt D, Aussel H, Evans A The size and albedo of the Kuiper-belt object (20000) Varuna Nature, 411, (2001), pp.446. Reprint on the Author's site.
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  52. ^ J. L. Ortiz, A. Sota, R. Moreno, E. Lellouch, N. Biver, A. Doressoundiram, P. Rousselot, P. J. Gutiérrez, I. Márquez, R. M. González Delgado and V. Casanova A study of Trans-Neptunian object (55636) 2002 TX200 Astronomy & Astrophysics, hysical Journal, 420 (2004), Issue 1, pp. 383-388. Abstract.
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  54. ^ , J.Licandro, L. di Fabrizio, N. Pinilla-Alonso, J. de León, and E. Oliva Trans-Neptunian object (55636) 2002 TX300 ,a fresh icy surface in the outer Solar System. A&A preprint [1]
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  63. ^ Jane X. Luu, David Jewitt and C. A. Trujillo Water Ice on 2060 Chiron and its Implications for Centaurs and Kuiper Belt Objects, The Astrophysical Journal, 531 (2000),L151-L154. Preprint on arXiv.
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  78. ^ Tommy Grav and James Bauer A deeper look at the colors of Saturnian irregular satellites, Preprint
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