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Post #1by gironde » 18.11.2018, 15:56

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Post #2by Croc » 18.11.2018, 16:58

These are new guidebooks. Themes are Jupiter's name Trojans. Only 253 asteroids. Many asteroids are not in the database. Maybe someone will want to create an additional database of Neptune’s registered Trojans.

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Post #3by LukeCEL » 21.11.2018, 21:04

I just wanna comment that a lot of the add-ons, including the asteroid add-ons, on the Celestia Motherlode are sadly really out of date. There's not really much we can do about it, though, since most of the creators are no longer active. Also, Art Blos and his team's Celestia Origin project covers a ton of asteroids anyway.

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Post #4by LukeCEL » 23.11.2018, 23:36

Croc wrote:Maybe someone will want to create an additional database of Neptune’s registered Trojans.

Using the Minor Planet Center's List of Neptune Trojans, I was able to quickly create an .ssc file for Neptune trojans. However, the parameters given in the list aren't very precise.

(edit: added the URL to the list itself.)
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Post #5by Croc » 24.11.2018, 09:18

#2by Croc » 18.11.2018, 19:58
These are new guidebooks. Themes are Jupiter's name Trojans. Only 253 asteroids. Many asteroids are not in the database. Maybe someone will want to create an additional database of Neptune’s registered Trojans.
I made a typo in the message. Should read:
These are new guidebooks. Themes are Jupiter's name Trojans. Only 253 asteroids. Many asteroids are not in the database. Maybe someone will want to create an additional database of Jupiter's registered Trojans.

In addition, I did not explain what the "#" and "?" Signs mean.
I explain that the positions are marked with "#" and "?" , are absent in the asteroid database Project "Celestia Origin", release dated August 30, 2018.
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LukeCEL, thanks for the ssc file.
It will be a model for the development of an additional database of Jupiter’s registered Trojans. In addition, I found a source for compiling the ssc-file of the Jupiter Trojans. https://minorplanetcenter.net//iau/lists/JupiterTrojans.html
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Post #6by LukeCEL » 24.11.2018, 17:30

Croc wrote:Maybe someone will want to create an additional database of Jupiter's registered Trojans.

By "registered", do you mean all the Trojans with names? Or do you mean all the Trojans with numbers?

Also, do you want the database to not include any asteroids in Project "Celestia Origin"? If so I might need a list of asteroids that are in the project.

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Post #7by Croc » 24.11.2018, 19:55

By "registered", do you mean all the Trojans with names?

LukeCEL,

1. I mean only asteroids with names. Such asteroids 253:

JupNamTt-2.jpg


2. Positions marked with red squares are in the database in Project "Celestia Origin. There are 48 such asteroids.

3. It is necessary to create additional base 253- 48 = 205 asteroids.
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Post #8by LukeCEL » 24.11.2018, 23:12

Croc wrote:2. Positions marked with red squares are in the database in Project "Celestia Origin. There are 48 such asteroids.

I counted 57 such asteroids in your list...

Also, I think some are misspelled. "Agirhenes" should be Agasthenes, "Agirrophus" should be Agastrophus, "Aliror" should be Alastor, "Atreropaios" should be Asteropaios, and "Atryanax" should be Astyanax.

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Post #9by Croc » 25.11.2018, 01:28

I counted 57 such asteroids in your list...

JupNamTt-4.jpg


I did not include the 6th column. 48 + 9 = 57. :oops:
I still found 3 asteroids (blue squares). :oops:
The correct number is 57 + 3 = 60!
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I corrected the names of 5 asteroids (orange squares)

Here is the correct list of asteroids:

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Acamas 1978 TB
Achaemenides 1989 CH2
Achates 1991 XX
Achilles 1906 TG
Actor 1987 YU1
Admetos 2804 P-L
Agamemnon 1919 FD
Agapenor 1985 TG3
Agasthenes 1996 TH52
Agastrophus 2008 QQ
Agathon 1998 OM12
Agelaos 4271 T-3
Agenor 1971 FH
Agrius 1973 SE1
Aigyptios 1973 SU1
Aisakos 1024 T-1
Aisymnos 1960 SX
Ajax 1936 QW
Alastor 4322 P-L
Alcathous 1979 WM
Alcimedon 2013 AJ131
Alcinoos 4139 P-L
Alkimos 1991 GX1
Amphiaraos 6629 P-L
Amphilochos 1973 SQ1
Amphimachus 1992 HS3
Amphios 3040 T-3
Anchialos 5167 T-2
Anchises 1930 UB
Andraimon 6844 P-L
Androgeos 1988 BX1
Aneas 1930 UA
Anius 1973 SD1
Ankaios 4742 T-2
Antenor 1977 QH1
Anticlus 1973 SM1
Antilochus 1950 SA
Antimachos 1973 SS
Antiphos 5159 T-2
Apisaon 1990 TP12
Archeptolemos 1305 T-3
Aretaon 1997 JB16
Arkesilaos 1973 SS1
Ascanios 2035 T-3
Asios 1993 BZ12
Askalaphus 1988 BW1
Asteropaios 1990 VH7
Astyanax 1971 FF
Atreus 1973 SU
Augeias 1996 TS49
Automedon 1981 JR
Balios 1997 VV1
Bitias 1988 TZ1
Boucolion 1993 BD4
Capys 3184 T-3
Cebriones 1977 TJ3
Chromios 4179 T-3
Cloanthus 1988 TH1
Clymene 2009 SA101
Cycnos 2377 T-3
Daitor 1991 VZ5
Dardanos 2140 T-3
Dares 1988 QE
Deikoon 1988 TA3
Deiphobus 1971 EA
Deipylos 1987 YT1
Demodokus 4655 P-L
Demoleon 1996 HV9
Demophon 1985 TQ
Diomedes 1937 PB
Dius 1990 YY
Dolios 1973 SL1
Dolon 1987 QN
Dolops 2009 VT24
Drymas 4035 T-3
Echemmon 1990 TV12
Echepolos 4101 T-3
Echion 1997 VB1
Elephenor 9602 P-L
Ennomos 1988 TU2
Epeigeus 1989 BB1
Epeios 1976 UW
Epicles 1994 ES6
Epistrophos 4536 T-2
Erichthonios 1996 HU10
Eteoneus 1998 TL15
Euaimon 1973 SR1
Euchenor 1973 SC1
Eudorus 2008 TC9
Euforbo 1989 CG2
Eumaios 1973 SF1
Eumelos 1990 DK
Euneus 1973 SH1
Euphemus 2012 SN9
Euryalos 1973 SR
Eurybates 1973 SO
Eurydamas 1994 CR18
Eurymachos 6591 P-L
Eurymedon 9507 P-L
Eurypylos 1989 CJ3
Eurysaces 4523 P-L
Glaukos 1971 FE
Gorgythion 2161 T-3
Guneus 1973 SX1
Gyas 1988 RF1
Halaesus 1988 BY1
Halitherses 1973 SB2
Hektor 1907 XM
Helenos 1971 FG
Helicaon 1994 CX13
Hiera 1989 AV2
Hiketaon 1197 T-3
Hippasos 1991 XG1
Hippokoon 2299 T-3
Hippolochos 2005 AP27
Hippothous 1998 MV47
Hodios 3156 T-2
Hyperenor 3163 T-1
Ialmenus 1998 YW1
Iapyx 2006 BF8
Iasus 2009 RQ76
Icarion 1973 SN1
Idaios 3365 T-3
Idomeneus 1980 GC
Ilioneus 1989 SC7
Ilos 4369 T-3
Iphidamas 1988 PB1
Iphiklos 1416 T-2
Iphthime 1998 WR21
Irus 1998 YW6
Kalchas 1973 SM
Kapaneus 4613 T-2
Khryses 1988 PY
Klonios 4572 P-L
Klythios 3034 T-1
Koon 1988 QY
Krethon 1989 EO11
Laertes 1973 SA2
Lampos 3291 T-1
Laocoon 1978 VG6
Laomedon 3104 T-3
Leitos 1436 T-2
Leonteus 1985 TE3
Leucus 1997 TS25
Lycomedes 6581 P-L
Lykaon 1988 RK1
Makhaon 1983 PV
Medon 1989 CK1
Meges 1989 AL2
Mekistheus 1973 SQ
Melanthios 1973 SY1
Memnon 1981 AE1
Menelaus 1957 MK
Menestheus 1973 SW
Mentor 1984 HA1
Meriones 1985 VO
Misenus 1988 RV
Mnesthus 1988 RG1
Mydon 1996 HZ25
Nauplius 1973 SO1
Neleus 5214 T-2
Neoptolemus 1975 WM1
Nestor 1908 CS
Nireus 2007 RS8
Oceax 1973 SP1
Odysseus 1930 BH
Oenomaos 2007 ND2
Oicles 2007 RZ132
Oileus 6541 P-L
Oineus 1973 SC2
Ophelestes 1998 MW41
Opites 2008 SD83
Orestes 1973 SX
Orsilocus 1989 CK2
Orus 1999 VQ10
Palamedes 1966 BA1
Palinurus 1988 TU1
Palmys 1998 MK47
Pandarus 1982 BC3
Pandion 1996 TC51
Panthoos 5010 T-3
Paris 1984 KF
Patroclus 1906 VY
Peiraios 1973 SL
Peirithoos 2706 P-L
Peiroos 1975 QD
Peisandros 2005 AD28
Peneleos 1996 RS28
Perimedes 1996 TN49
Periphas 4168 T-2
Phaenops 1996 HS12
Phegeus 3250 T-3
Pheidippos 1973 SV
Phemios 5187 T-2
Phereclos 1981 AC
Philoctetes 4596 P-L
Phoinix 1989 CQ1
Phyleus 1973 SZ
Podalirius 1985 VK2
Podarkes 1991 HN
Polites 1989 SZ
Polydamas 2006 AJ82
Polydoros 1988 RT
Polymele 1999 WB2
Polyneikes 2638 T-2
Polyphontes 5397 T-2
Polypoites 1985 TL3
Polyxenos 5030 T-2
Poulydamas 1988 RU
Priamus 1917 CQ
Promachus 1973 SA1
Protesilaos 1973 UF5
Prothoenor 6020 P-L
Prothoon 1996 GE19
Prothous 2007 RK35
Prylis 1973 SY
Pyrrhus 1989 BW
Rhesus 5191 T-3
Rhipeus 2006 FT9
Sarpedon 1977 TL3
Schedios 5146 T-2
Sergestus 1988 RM1
Simoeisios 2131 T-3
Sinon 1977 DD3
Skamander 1997 JG15
Stentor 1976 UQ
Sthenelos 1985 TF3
Stichius 2002 EG
Talthybius 1985 TC1
Telamon 1949 SB
Telemachus 1997 TZ27
Telephus 1991 KC
Teucer 1981 LK
Thalpius 1997 TB12
Theoklymenos 4646 T-2
Theotes 1973 SW1
Thersander 6540 P-L
Thersilochos 1990 VL6
Thersites 2008 P-L
Thessandrus 1989 AN2
Thoas 1989 AM2
Thrasymedes 1985 VS
Thyestes 1973 SG1
Thymoitos 1302 T-3
Tithonus 3108 T-3
Tlepolemos 9612 P-L
Troilus 1931 YA
Tros 4317 T-3
Tydeus 5151 T-2
Tyndareus 5493 T-2
Ukalegon 1193 T-3
Ulysses 1986 VG1
Yperion 2005 AQ47
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Post #10by LukeCEL » 25.11.2018, 01:52

Okay. Here's the finished product, which has 190 Trojan asteroids. The file does not include Eurydamas, Iphthime, Makhaon, Menestheus, Pandarus, Patroclus, Pyrrhus, and Thoas, and any other Trojans that are included in Project "Celestia Origin".
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Post #11by Croc » 25.11.2018, 06:55

LukeCEL,

253-60-190=3 asteroids:
  • "29314 Eurydamas:Eurydamas:1994 CR18:2000 TR49" "Sol/Eurydamas System"
  • "16974 Iphthime:Iphthime:1998 WR21:1974 WX:1986 WS" "Sol/Iphthime System"
  • "617 Patroclus:Patroclus:1906 VY:1941 XC:1962 NB" "Sol/Patroclus-Menoetius"

In 3 asteroids the access path was incorrectly indicated, so they were not found by Guidebooks.
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Post #12by gironde » 26.11.2018, 09:47

In 2017, I modified Lut5's Vidiba module to display asteroids based on their orbit or origin rather than the size of their orbit.
To be used correctly in Vidiba (2), asteroids should only be used in one table, so some are voluntarily excluded from one table for use in another.
In spite of that the table concerning Jovian's trojan contains 7209 asteroids. Some use the ssc file from the work of Art Blos and others a complementary file that I created from the JPL database.

The ssc complementary file is not yet complete compared to the 7209 asteroids of the table. I still have to check the ones I miss. A lot of work !

Note: for their use in Vidiba, asteroids are all able to property 'Visible false', it is the use in Vidiba that makes them visible.

Sans titre 2.jpg


Added after 2 hours 25 minutes:
compared to my table Jovian trojan and my ssc files (At Blos and more Jovian Trojan), it remains to create the scc for 7009 asteroids 'Jovian Trojan'
here is the list
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Post #13by LukeCEL » 15.12.2018, 20:21

Croc, I recommend updating 3451 Mentor to include this code:

Code: Select all

   Color [ 1.000 0.896 0.817 ]
   BlendTexture true


The color was calculated from its SMASS spectrum (available here) and converted to an RGB value using Matt Wronkiewicz's spectrum2rgb.c utility.

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Post #14by gironde » 19.12.2018, 16:40

an addon for 2018 VG18, an asteroid (TNO), dwarf planet candidate
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Post #15by gironde » 14.01.2019, 15:05

After Jovian trojans here are the NEA asteroids (ECA-MCA):
- ECA : Earth crosser and Earth grazing; families : Alinda, Amor, Apollo, Aten, Atira
- MCA : Mars crosser (8065 + 16212)

ssc files complement those of LUT5 and Celestia Origin. The data comes from JPL.

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Post #16by gironde » 15.01.2019, 11:28

Now, here are Asteroïds Belt : inner, main, outer

- Asteroids Belt inner :
Flora family
Hungaria family
Vesta family
others

- Asteroids Belt main
Agnia family
Alinda family
Astraeae faùily
Astrid family
Chloris family
Dora family
Eos family
Erigone family
Eunomia family
Faina family
Gefion family
Hansa family
Hoffmeister family
Hygiea family
Koronis family
Levin family
Lydia family
Maria family
Martes family
Massalia family
Matterania family
Meliboea family
Merxia family
Misa family
Naema family
Nemesis family
Nocturna family
Nysa family
Pallas family
Phocaea family
Rafita family
Themis family
Ursula Family
others

- Asteroids Belt outer
Cybele family
Griqua family
Hildas family
Themis family
Thule family
Ursula family

note that some families are riding on 2 groups.
Groups are defined by their location while families are defined by their original formation.

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here, Asteroïds TNA

- Asteroids TNA
cubewano (Kuiper Belt)
plutino (Kuiper Belt)
twotino (Kuiper Belt)
Haumea family
damocloïd
sednoïd
detached objects
scattered disc
others
Planet Nine : asteroids seem to be disturbed by a ninth planet

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and here, asteroids Centaur : Centaur and Centaur-damocloïd

ssc declarations are in the asteroid files of Lut5 and Celestia Origin; there is nothing to add.
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Post #17by LukeCEL » 20.06.2019, 18:56

Hello everyone. This is an updated version of the Neptune Trojans add-on I created earlier. Compared to the previous version, it has one additional Trojan (2012 UD185) and updated designations and names for a few of them.

(edit: the new asteroid is 2012 UD185, not 2012 UV177.)

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