Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. David Jewitt
    Pages 1-8
  3. Nicolas Thomas, Sönke Eggers, Wing-Huen Ip, Günter Lichtenberg, Alan Fitzsimmons, Horst Uwe Keller et al.
    Pages 25-31
  4. Dina Prialnik
    Pages 33-49
  5. M. Antonietta Barucci, Monica Lazzarin
    Pages 51-56
  6. Simon Green, Neil McBride
    Pages 57-60
  7. Catherine E. Delahodde, Olivier R. Hainaut, Hermann Böhnhardt, Elisabetta Dotto, M. Antonietta Barucci, Richard M. West et al.
    Pages 61-63
  8. Olivier R. Hainaut, Hermann Böhnhardt, Richard M. West, Catherine E. Delahodde, Karen J. Meech
    Pages 65-69
  9. Claes-Ingvar Lagerkvist, Mats Dahlgren, Andreas Ekholm, Johan Lagerros, Magnus Lundström, Per Magnusson et al.
    Pages 71-73
  10. Karen J. Meech, Olivier R. Hainaut, Brian G. Marsden
    Pages 75-80
  11. Alan Fitzsimmons
    Pages 87-98
  12. Eberhard Grün, Harald Krüger, Markus Landgraf
    Pages 99-108
  13. Chadwick Trujillo
    Pages 109-115
  14. Hermann Boehnhardt, Olivier Hainaut, Catherine Delahodde, Richard West, Karen Meech, Brian Marsden
    Pages 117-123
  15. Brett Gladman, Jean-Marc Petit, Martin Duncan
    Pages 125-127
  16. Daisuke Kinoshita, Naotaka Yamamoto, Tomohiko Sekiguchi, Shinsuke Abe, Junichi Watanabe
    Pages 129-130
  17. Hermann Boehnhardt
    Pages 135-149
  18. Jun-ichi Watanabe
    Pages 151-153
  19. Francois Colas, Jean Eudes Arlot, Jerome Berthier, Agnes Fienga, Michael Gastineau, Daniel Hestroffer et al.
    Pages 155-158
  20. Jana Tichá, Miloš Tichý, Zdeněk Moravec
    Pages 165-167
  21. Atsushi Miyamoto, Hiroki Kosai, Takaaki Oribe
    Pages 169-169
  22. Subhon Ibadov
    Pages 177-177
  23. Claes-Ingvar Lagerkvist, Stefano Mottola, Uri Carsenty, Gerhard Hahn, Andreas Doppler, Arno Gnädig
    Pages 179-185
  24. Brian G. Marsden, Gareth V. Williams, Kaare Aksnes
    Pages 187-192

About these proceedings


This volume tries to summarize the status of observational knowledge of the Kuiper Belt. Its recent discovery has revitalized the astromomical study of the Solar System and is beginning to open new and unexpected windows on the physics of planetesimal accretion. With more and better observational data being obtained at the technological limit of current facilities, a new perception of the relationships that exist among the various classes of small Solar System bodies has emerged. The new observations have also motivated a number of fascinating theoretical studies in Solar System dynamics.


Comet Kuiper Belt Planet Planetesimal Accretion Accretion comet photometry planet solar solar system

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 2000
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-41152-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-40034-9
  • Series Print ISSN 1431-2433
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-6143
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