Absolute magnitudes and slope parameters of Pan-STARRS PS1 asteroids - preliminary results

This web site contains a database of absolute magnitudes and slope parameters of numbered asteroids observed by the Pan-STARRS1 telescope from February 2011 until May 2012 within its 3π and Solar System surveys. Observations were obtained in 6 Sloan-like filters (g,r,i,z,y,w). The photometry used in this study was derived in the chip-stage of the image processing and only contains PSF-like (slow and untrailed) detections of a high photometric quality. Absolute magnitudes and slope parameters were derived by using both Bowell's (Bowell, 1989) and Muinonen's phase functions (Muinonen et al., 2010). Additionally, each value has its statistical uncertainty and systematic error derived.

Our Monte Carlo method and pipeline are described in details in a paper by Vereš, P., Jedicke, R., Fitzsimmons, A., Denneau, L., Bolin, B. and Wainscoat, R., 2015. Absolute magnitudes and slope parameters of Pan-STARRS PS1 asteroids - preliminary results. (In preparation for Icarus.)
The database is public and free to use. Please, provide appropriate citation mentioned above.

Pan-STARRS1 asteroid database v1.0 column descriptions.
Column No. Column Value Description
1 ID The object's designation in the MPC's 5-character format. The MPC database is accessible online. (a)
2 class The object's taxonomic class as specified by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (Hasselmann et al. 2012) from the Planetary Data System, version 1.1, available online (b). NULL if unknown.
3 N Number of detections used in the fit.
4 Δα Phase angle range.
5 H B,i Initial estimate of the absolute magnitude using the B89 phase curve.
6 H B Absolute magnitude derived using our MC technique in the B89 photometric system.
7 δH B Uncertainty on the absolute magnitude in col. 6.
8 ΔH B Estimated error on the absolute magnitude in col. 6.
9 H M,i Initial estimate of the absolute magnitude using the M10 phase curve.
10 H M Absolute magnitude derived using our MC technique with the M10 phase curve.
11 δH M Uncertainty on the absolute magnitude in col. 10.
12 ΔH M Estimated error on the absolute magnitude in col. 10.
13 G B Slope parameter derived using our MC technique in the B89 photometric system.
14 δG B Uncertainty on the slope parameter in col. 13.
15 ΔG B Estimated error on the slope parameter in col. 13.
16 G M Slope parameter derived using our MC technique in the M10 photometric system.
17 δG M Uncertainty on the slope parameter in col. 16.
18 ΔG M Estimated error on the slope parameter in col. 16.
(a) http://www.minorplanetcenter.net/iau/MPCORB/MPCORB.DAT
(b) http://sbn.psi.edu/pds/resource/sdsstax.html

DOWNLOAD LINK TO THE DATABASE FILE.
The file is in a csv format and it is comma delimited. This is the v1.0 version, last update: March, 2015.

If you have any question or comment, feel free to contact author at veres@jpl.nasa.gov.