I'll see if I can give you a little text for the asteroid bits, but no promises. :) I will note that ALMA is a facility that should probably go in the section about new groundbased facilities, particularly given your mention earlier of using more than just vis-NIR. Both Amy Lovell and Michael Busch have written in the last couple of years about the potential for using ALMA for small bodies studies.
From: Yan Fernandez [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, January 16, 2011 7:24 PM
Subject: [SBAG Population Identification & Characterization] draft of whole document on ident. & char.
Hi everyone -- Attached is the Jan-16th draft of
our identification and characterization section.
Instead of an outline, we now have an actual document. :)
Thanks to those of you that sent me ideas and text.
Please, everyone: Read through it and make your edits.
Put 'track changes' on in Word and send the document back
to me. I'll merge everything together.
There is _a_lot_ of room for editing. I expect and want
many tomatoes to be thrown at the text -- feel free to go wild.
Also: (a) There are some parts of section 3 that are still blank;
(b) There are no 'findings' yet; (c) There are almost no references
yet. All this needs to be taken care of.
In theory we'd like to have something that we can show
the rest of the community on the 19th, Wednesday.
But the definite hard deadline to have something reasonable
is Monday the 24th, when the SBAG meeting starts.
Thanks for your input !
Dr. Yan Fernandez, Asst. Prof. of Astronomy
Department of Physics, University of Central Florida
|Subject: ||draft of|
|Author: ||Andy S. Rivkin <Andy.Rivkin@jhuapl.edu>|
|Date: ||17-Jan-2011 11:31:40|