[PPS03-P18] Follow-up observations for AKARI/IRC near-infrared asteroid spectroscopic survey (AcuA-spec)
Section work of the AcuA-spec candidate catalogue was done around 2005, yet there were not many spectroscopic observations of asteroids in the near-infrared wavelength range. As a result of survey of published paper for near-infrared spectroscopic observations of asteroids, howevwer, it was found that spectroscopic observations in the near-infrared region of 1–2.5 μm for most AcuA-spec asteroids are performed except for several asteroids.
If data in near-infrared wavelength range of the lacked AcuA-spec asteroids were acquired, all AcuA-spec asteroids will have 0.35–5 μm of data available. Obtaining continuous reflectance of asteroids is essential data to compare with those such as meteorites. Based on the Bus-DeMeo taxonomy (DeMeo et al. 2009, Icarus, 202, 160), we conducted classification of all AcuA-spec asteroids using published and our observational data.