3122 Florence
Last update: 2022-01-23 14:32 UTC
Physical properties
  • Rotation Period
  • Quality
  • Amplitude
  • Rotation Direction
  • Spinvector L
  • Spinvector B
Rotational properties
Value
Unit
Source
Rotation Period
Value
2.3581
Unit
h
Source
[3]
Quality
Value
3,B,U
Unit
-
Source
[3]
Amplitude
Value
0.18
Unit
mag
Source
[3]
Rotation Direction
Value
-
Unit
-
Source
[-]
Spinvector L
Value
-
Unit
Source
[-]
Spinvector B
Value
-
Unit
Source
[-]
  • Taxonomy
  • Taxonomy (all)
Taxonomy
Value
Unit
Source
Taxonomy
Value
Sq
Unit
-
Source
[1]
Taxonomy (all)
Value
E;S;Q
Unit
-
Source
[2]
  • Absolute Magnitude (H)
  • Slope Parameter (G)
H / G
Value
Unit
Source
Absolute Magnitude (H)
Value
14.034
14.515
Unit
mag
mag
Source
[4]
[5]
Slope Parameter (G)
Value
0.15**
0.15**
0.266
Unit
mag
mag
mag
Source
[4]
[6]
[7]
  • Albedo
  • Diameter
Size and albedo
Value
Unit
Source
Albedo
Value
0.146
Unit
-
Source
[8]
Diameter
Value
4350
Unit
Source
[9]
  • Color Index Information
Color Index Information
Value
Unit
Source
Color Index Information
Value
-
Unit
mag
Source
[-]
  • Sightings
Sightings
Value
Unit
Source
Sightings
Value
Visual S
Radar R
Unit
-
-
Source
[10]
[11]

Sources

No.NameAdditional
[1]EARN1.) DeMeo, F.E. et al. (2014) Icarus 227, 112-122. (Mars
encounters cause fresh surfaces on some near-Earth
asteroids) (contains taxonomic classification of 249 NEAs)
[2]EARN1.) Tholen, D.J. (1989) in "Asteroids II" (Eds. R.P.Binzel et
al.), Univ.Ariz.Press, Tucson, USA, pp. 1139-1150.
2.) Bus, S.J. & Binzel, R.P. (2002) Icarus 158,106-145. (Phase
II of the Small Main-Belt Asteroid Spectrographic Survey: A
Feature-Based Taxonomy.)
3.) Binzel, R.P. et al. (2004) Icarus 170, 259-294. (Observed
spectral properties of near-Earth objects: results for
population distribution, source regions, and space
weathering processes.)
4.) Thomas, C.A. et al. (2014) Icarus 228, 217-246. (Physical
characterization of Warm Spitzer-observed near-Earth
objects)
5.) DeMeo, F.E. et al. (2014) Icarus 227, 112-122. (Mars
encounters cause fresh surfaces on some near-Earth
asteroids) (contains taxonomic classification of 249 NEAs)
[3]EARN1.) Pravec, P. et al. (1998) Icarus 136, 124-153. (Lightcurves
of 26 Near-Earth Asteroids)(1943,2063,2100,3103,3122,3200,
3691,3752,4341,4957,5143,5587,7025,7341,7480,7482,7822,8034,
1989UQ,1992CC1,1992QN,1995FX,1997BR,1997GH3,1997GL3,1997SE5)
2.) Petr
Pravec's Ondrejov NEO Photometric Program Webpage
"Prepublished Periods"

3.) Wisniewski, W.Z. et al. (1997) Icarus 126, 395-449.
(Photometric Observations of 125 Asteroids)
4.) Elenin, L. & I.Molotov (2012) MPB 39, 101-102. (ASTEROIDS
LIGHTCURVE ANALYSIS AT THE ISON-NM OBSERVATORY: 3122
FLORENCE, (25916) 2001 CP44,(47035) 1998 WS, (137170) 1999
HF1)
5.) Linder, T.R. et al (2013) MPB 40, 4-6. (ASTRONOMICAL
RESEARCH INSTITUTE PHOTOMETIC RESULTS) (3122,,5143,6455,
36284,,2010LF86)
6.) Warner, B.D. (2016) MPB 43, 240-250. (NEAR-EARTH ASTEROID
LIGHTCURVE ANALYSIS AT CS3-PALMER DIVIDE STATION: 2016
JANUARY-APRIL)(38NEAs)
7.) Rodrigo, O. et al. (2018) MPB 45, 120-121. (3122 FLORENCE
LIGHTCURVE ANALYSIS AT ASTEROIDS OBSERVERS (OBAS) - MPPD:
2017 SEP)
8.) Franco, L. et al. (2018) MPB 45, 174-177. (3122 FLORENCE:
LIGHTCURVE ANALYSIS AND PRELIMINARY MODEL)
[4]ESA ODIMESA orbit determination and impact monitoring system
[5]EARN1.) Pravec, P. et al. (2012) Icarus 221, 365-387 (Absolute
magnitudes of asteroids and a revision of asteroid albedo
estimates from WISE thermal observations)
2.) Wisniewski, W.Z. (1987) Icarus 70, 566-572. (Photometry of
six radar target asteroids)1986 DA, 3199, 3103, and 1983
RD. 1986 JK and 1986 RA
3.) Petr
Pravec's Ondrejov NEO Photometric Program Webpage
"Prepublished Periods"

4.) Wisniewski, W.Z. et al. (1997) Icarus 126, 395-449.
(Photometric Observations of 125 Asteroids)
[6]NEODySNEO Dynamic Site: https://newton.spacedys.com/neodys2
[7]EARN1.) Pravec, P. et al. (2012) Icarus 221, 365-387 (Absolute
magnitudes of asteroids and a revision of asteroid albedo
estimates from WISE thermal observations)
[8]EARN1.) Pravec, P. et al. (2012) Icarus 221, 365-387 (Absolute
magnitudes of asteroids and a revision of asteroid albedo
estimates from WISE thermal observations)
2.) Mainzer, A. et al. (2011) ApJ 743, 156. (NEOWISE
Observations of Near-Earth Objects: Preliminary Results)
(albedo and diameters of 428 NEOs)
3.) Thomas, C.A. et al. (2011) Astron. J. 142, 85.
(ExploreNEOs. V. AVERAGE ALBEDO BY TAXONOMIC COMPLEX IN THE
NEAR-EARTH ASTEROID POPULATION) (new albedos data for 118
NEOs)
4.) Wisniewski, W.Z. (1987) Icarus 70, 566-572. (Photometry of
six radar target asteroids)1986 DA, 3199, 3103, and 1983
RD. 1986 JK and 1986 RA
5.) Mainzer, A.; Grav, T.; Masiero, J.; Hand, E.; et al.
(2011) Astrophys. J. 741, A90. See also Grav 2012b and
Masiero 2012.
6.) Mainzer, A.; Grav, T.; Masiero, J.; Bauer, J.; et al.
(2012) Astrophys. J. Let. 760, L12.
[9]EARN1.) Pravec, P. et al. (2012) Icarus 221, 365-387 (Absolute
magnitudes of asteroids and a revision of asteroid albedo
estimates from WISE thermal observations)
2.) Mainzer, A. et al. (2011) ApJ 743, 156. (NEOWISE
Observations of Near-Earth Objects: Preliminary Results)
(albedo and diameters of 428 NEOs)
3.) Wisniewski, W.Z. (1991) Icarus 90, 117-122. (Physical
studies of small asteroids. I - Lightcurves and taxonomy of
10 asteroids)
4.) Mainzer, A.; Grav, T.; Masiero, J.; Hand, E.; et al.
(2011) Astrophys. J. 741, A90. See also Grav 2012b and
Masiero 2012.
5.) Mainzer, A.; Grav, T.; Masiero, J.; Bauer, J.; et al.
(2012) Astrophys. J. Let. 760, L12.
[10]EARN1.) Bus, S.J. & Binzel, R.P. (2002) Icarus 158,106-145. (Phase
II of the Small Main-Belt Asteroid Spectrographic Survey: A
Feature-Based Taxonomy.)
2.) Binzel, R.P. et al. (2004) Icarus 170, 259-294. (Observed
spectral properties of near-Earth objects: results for
population distribution, source regions, and space
weathering processes.)
3.) Fevig. R.A. and U. Fink (2007) Icarus 188, 175-188.
(Spectral observations of 19 weathered and 23 fresh NEAs
and their correlations with orbital parameters)(433,1036,
1627,1685,1862,1866,1943,1980,3103,3122,3199,3671,4183,4341,
4954,5587,5751,5836,6037,7358,7482,7753,7822,7977,8201,
10563,11066,13651,13651,19356,20236,20255,35107,85490,
J97GD32,J97UH9,J97US9,J98HE3,J98HT31,J98ME3,J98MS2,K04LC2)
4.) deLeon, J. et al. (2010) Astron. Astrophys 517, A23.
(Observations, compositional, and physical characterization
of near-Earth and Mars-crosser asteroids from a
spectroscopic survey)
5.) Thomas, C.A. et al. (2014) Icarus 228, 217-246. (Physical
characterization of Warm Spitzer-observed near-Earth
objects)
6.) Wigton, N. et al. (2015) DPS47-106.05. (astract) (3-um
spectroscopy of Near-Earth Asteroids: Searching for OH/H2O
on small planetary bodies)
[11]EARN1.) href="http://echo.jpl.nasa.gov/asteroids/index.html">JPL's
NEO Radar Detection Program Webpage
**Estimated value