After a while, let me announce our paper based on the Asteroids@home project. It was published last year in the Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences: We used ATLAS photometry and its bootstrap samples to derive rotation periods (no shape) for about 5000 asteroids.

The A@H project is currently processing data from ATLAS and Gaia together - that's what you are computing now.

Thank you all for your contribution!

P.S. Please ignore the previous news about the paper published in Astronomy and Astrophysics - its results were not based on A@H because, at that time, the server was down due to COVID and hardware issues. Sorry for the confusion.