A satellite orbit drift in binary near-Earth asteroids (66391) 1999 KW4 and (88710) 2001 SL9 — Indication of the BYORP effect

P. Scheirich, P. Pravec, P. Kušnirák, K. Hornoch, J. McMahon, D. J. Scheeres, D. Čapek, D. P. Pray, H. Kučáková, A. Galád, J. Vraštil, Yu N. Krugly, N. Moskovitz, L. D. Avner, B. Skiff, R. S. McMillan, J. A. Larsen, M. J. Brucker, A. F. Tubbiolo, W. R. CooneyJ. Gross, D. Terrell, O. Burkhonov, K. E. Ergashev, Sh A. Ehgamberdiev, P. Fatka, R. Durkee, E. Lilly Schunova, R. Ya Inasaridze, V. R. Ayvazian, G. Kapanadze, N. M. Gaftonyuk, J. A. Sanchez, V. Reddy, L. McGraw, M. S. Kelley, I. E. Molotov

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