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    Title: Solar-Radiation Heating Effects on 3200 Phaethon
    Authors: Ohtsuka,K;Nakato,A;Nakamura,T;Kinoshita,D;Ito,T;Yoshikawa,M;Hasegawa,S
    Contributors: 天文研究所
    Keywords: NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS;CARBONACEOUS CHONDRITES;THERMAL METAMORPHISM;SPECTRAL PROPERTIES;HYDROUS ASTEROIDS;EXTINCT COMET;METEOR-SHOWER;2005 UD;OBJECTS;MODEL
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-06-29 19:35:04 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 中央大學
    Abstract: Apollo-type near-Earth asteroid 3200 Phaethon, having a small perihelion distance of q similar to 0. 14 AU, is classified as F- or B-type, one of subclasses among the C-complex (C-, G-, B-, and F-types) asteroids. The F/B-type asteroids and dehydrated CI and CM carbonaceous chondrites, which are regarded as being linked to each other, underwent a thermal history of high-temperature heatings at more than hundreds of degrees and dehydration for a certain period of time after aqueous alteration in their parent bodies. However, their primary heating mechanism and its timing are less certain and still controversial. We have investigated solar-radiation heating effects on Phaethon at the present planetary-epoch. As a consequence, we have found that the effects on Phaethon, if it is still hydrated, might indeed be a likely candidate for the primary metamorphic heat source. We also found that solar-radiation heating on Phaethon is a function of the latitude, since Phaethon has a highly tilted polar axis. Thus, the northern hemisphere would be selectively more heated than the southern hemisphere. Therefore, we hypothesized that the northern hemisphere, especially the north pole-northern midlatitude region, would be more thermally metamorphosed and dehydrated, if solar-radiation heating is the primary metamorphic heat source of Phaethon. This may provide the latitude-dependent color variations on Phaethon's surface, although this has not been proven by the existing Phaethon's spectral data.
    Relation: PUBLICATIONS OF THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
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