Instrumental Methods for Professional and Amateur Collaborations in Planetary Astronomy

Olivier Mousis 1 Ricardo Hueso 2 Jean-Philippe Beaulieu 3 Sylvain Bouley 4, 5 Benoît Carry 6 Francois Colas 4 Alain Klotz 7 Christophe Pellier 8 Jean-Marc Petit 1 Philippe Rousselot 1 Mohamad Ali Dib 1 Wolfgang Beisker 9 Mirel Birlan 4 Christian Buil 10, 11 Audrey Delsanti 12, 13 Eric Frappa 14 Heidi B. Hammel 15 Anny Chantal Levasseur-Regourd 16 Glenn S. Orton 17 Agustín Sanchez-Lavega 2 Alexandre Santerne 13, 18 Paolo Tanga 19 Jérémie Vaubaillon 4 Brigitte Zanda 20 David Baratoux 7 Torsten Böhm 7 Vincent Boudon 21 Alexis Bouquet 7 Luca Buzzi 22 Jean-Luc Dauvergne 23, 24 Alice Decock 25 Marc Delcroix 8 Pierre Drossart 12 Nicolas Esseiva 26 Georg Fischer 27 Leigh N. Fletcher 28 Sergio Foglia 29 Josep M. Gomez-Forrellad 30 Joan Guarro-Flo 31 David Herald 32 François Kugel 33 Jean-Pierre Lebreton 34 Jean Lecacheux 12 Arnaud Leroy 23, 35 Lucie Maquet 4, 12 Gianluca Masi 36 Alain Maury 37 François Meyer 1 Santiago Pérez-Hoyos 2 Arvind Singh Rajpurohit 1 Claudine Rinner 38 John H. Rogers 39, 40 Françoise Roques 12 Richard W. Schmude, Jr. 41 Bruno Sicardy 12 Bernard Tregon 23, 42 Michael Vanhuysse 43 A. Wesley 44 Thomas Widemann 12
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LATMOS - Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales
Abstract : Amateur contributions to professional publications have increased exponentially over the last decades in the field of Planetary Astronomy. Here we review the different domains of the field in which collaborations between professional and amateur astronomers are effective and regularly lead to scientific publications. We discuss the instruments, detectors, softwares and methodologies typically used by amateur astronomers to collect the scientific data in the different domains of interest. Amateur contributions to the monitoring of planets and interplanetary matter, characterization of asteroids and comets, as well as the determination of the physical properties of Kuiper Belt Objects and exoplanets are discussed.
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Olivier Mousis, Ricardo Hueso, Jean-Philippe Beaulieu, Sylvain Bouley, Benoît Carry, et al.. Instrumental Methods for Professional and Amateur Collaborations in Planetary Astronomy. Experimental Astronomy, Springer Link, 2014, 38 (1-2), pp.91-191. 〈10.1007/s10686-014-9379-0〉. 〈hal-00833466〉

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