14 likes. the fact that the adopted size distribution in equation (1) does not extend below 1 m.
951 Gaspra is an S-teep asteroid that orbits verra close tae the inner edge o the asteroid belt. 951 Gaspra is the first asteroid to be imaged in close-up, imaged by Galileo on 29 October 1991 (enhanced color) Several views of 433 Eros in natural color, imaged by NEAR on 12 February 2000 Vesta imaged by Dawn on 9 July 2011 951 Gaspra. Gaspra (Asteroid 951) was discovered by Grigoriy N. Neujamin in 1916.
Visualiser All work submitted is my own personal work. 'Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.' We attempt to quantitatively model the collisional environment and surface evolution of asteroid 951 Gaspra prior to the flyby of the Galileo spacecraft later this year.
To the left of the plots is a flattening due to edge effects, i.e. Gaspra - Highest Resolution Mosaic This picture of asteroid 951 Gaspra is a mosaic of two images taken by the Galileo spacecraft from a range of 5,300 kilometers (3,300 miles), some 10 minutes before closest approach on October 29, 1991. On October 29, 1991, Galileo came within 1,600 kilometers (1,000 miles) of Gaspra. Cumulative probability versus crater size for asteroids (243) Ida + (253) Mathilde + (951) Gaspra integrated with four planets.
951 Gaspra (A916 OJ) Discovered 1916-Jul-30 by Neujmin, G. at Simeis Discovered at Simeis during the First World War while Simeis was not in communication with the Rechen-Institut for long periods of time were given provisional designations containing the Greek letter SIGMA. We compute Gaspra's average intrinsic collisional probability to be 5.4 × 10 -18 km -2 yr -1 with a root mean square impact velocity of 5.0 km sec-1.