Center for Solar System Studies
Lightcurves by the Dozens
The primary work at the Center for Solar System Studies centers on producing lightcurves of asteroids. Current grants have us concentrating on near-Earth objects and the Jupiter Trojans. However, we do observe asteroids in other groups/families such as the Hungarias and Hildas, among others.

To-date, we've published more than 2500 lightcurves, mostly in the Minor Planet Bulletin, which is now considered a refereed journal by the SAO/NASA ADS.

Use the search form (opens a new window) to look for a lightcurve of a specific asteroid or in groups based on the asteroid number.