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How to cite OSSOS

If you use OSSOS data products (e.g. images or TNOs) or software in your paper, please cite the two survey papers:
  • Bannister et al. The Outer Solar System Origins Survey: I. Design and first-quarter discoveries. AJ, 152, 70, 2016. BibTeX
  • Bannister et al. OSSOS. VII. 800+ trans-Neptunian objects — the complete data release. ApJS, 236(1):18, 2018. BibTeX
If you use the OSSOS survey simulator, please additionally cite:
  • Lawler et al. OSSOS: X. How to use a Survey Simulator: statistically robust testing of dynamical models against the real Kuiper belt. Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 5 (14 pp), 2018. DOI

Publications

  • The Outer Solar System Origins Survey: I. Design and first-quarter discoveries. M. T. Bannister, J.J. Kavelaars, J.-M. Petit, B. J. Gladman, S. Gwyn, K. Volk, Y.-T. Chen, M. Alexandersen, and the OSSOS Collaboration. AJ, 152, 70, 2016.
  • OSSOS II. A sharp transition in the absolute magnitude distribution of the Kuiper belt’s scattering population. C. Shankman, J.J. Kavelaars, B. J. Gladman, M. Alexandersen, N. Kaib, J.-M. Petit, M. T. Bannister, Y.-T. Chen, S. Gwyn, M. Jakubik, K. Volk. AJ, 151, 31, 2016.
  • OSSOS III - Resonant Trans-Neptunian Populations: Constraints from the first quarter of the Outer Solar System Origins Survey. K. Volk, R. Murray-Clay, B. J. Gladman, S. Lawler, M. T. Bannister, J. J. Kavelaars, J.-M. Petit, S. Gwyn, M. Alexandersen, Y.-T. Chen, P. S. Lykawka, W. Ip, H. W. Lin. AJ, 152, 23, 2016.
  • OSSOS. IV. Discovery of a Dwarf Planet Candidate in the 9:2 Resonance with Neptune. M. T. Bannister, et al. AJ, 152, 212, 2016.
  • OSSOS. V. Diffusion in the orbit of a high-perihelion distant Solar System object. M. T. Bannister, C. Shankman, K. Volk, Y.-T. Chen, N. Kaib, B. J. Gladman, M. Jakubik, J. J. Kavelaars, W. C. Fraser, M. E. Schwamb, J.-M. Petit, S.-Y. Wang, S. D. J. Gwyn, M. Alexandersen, R. E. Pike. AJ, 153, 262, 2017.
  • OSSOS. VI. Striking biases in the detection of large semimajor axis trans-Neptunian objects. C. Shankman, J.J. Kavelaars, M. T. Bannister, B. J. Gladman, S. M. Lawler, Y.-T. Chen, M. Jakubik, N. Kaib, J.-M. Petit, K. Volk, S. D. J. Gwyn, M. Alexandersen. AJ, 154(2):50, 2017.
  • OSSOS. VII. 800+ trans-Neptunian objects — the complete data release. M. T. Bannister, B. J. Gladman, J.J. Kavelaars, J.-M. Petit, K. Volk, Y.-T. Chen, M. Alexandersen, S. Gwyn, and the OSSOS Collaboration. Invited paper for special issue Data: Insights and Challenges in a Time of Abundance. ApJS, 236(1):18, 2018.
  • OSSOS. VIII. The transition between two size distribution slopes in the scattering disk. S. M. Lawler, C. Shankman, J.J. Kavelaars, M. Alexandersen, M. T. Bannister, Y. T. Chen, B. J. Gladman, W. C. Fraser, S. D. J. Gwyn, N.A. Kaib, J.-M. Petit, K. Volk. AJ, 155(5):197 (9 pp), 2018.
  • OSSOS: IX. Two objects in Neptune’s 9:1 resonance — implications for resonance sticking in the scattering population. K. Volk, R. A. Murray-Clay, B. J. Gladman, S. M. Lawler, T. Y. M. Yu, M. Alexandersen, M. T. Bannister, Y. T. Chen, R. I. Dawson, S. Greenstreet, S. D. J. Gwyn, J.J. Kavelaars, H. W. Lin, P. S. Lykawka, J.-M. Petit. AJ, 155:260 (9 pp), 2018.
  • OSSOS: X. How to use a Survey Simulator: statistically robust testing of dynamical models against the real Kuiper belt. S.M. Lawler, J.J. Kavelaars, M. Alexandersen, M. T. Bannister, B. J. Gladman, J.-M. Petit, C. Shankman. Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences, 5 (14 pp), 2018.

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