[Iaude] MPEC R23: 2017 QV35 [a=2.44,e=0.53,i=4.9,H=23.7]

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M.P.E.C. 2017-R23                                Issued 2017 Sept. 2, 22:31 UT
 
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                                   2017 QV35
 
Observations:
     K17Q35V* C2017 08 31.55789 01 30 45.899+03 57 04.81         22.7 wLER023F51
     K17Q35V  C2017 08 31.57065 01 30 47.960+03 56 55.86         21.7 wLER023F51
     K17Q35V  C2017 08 31.59624 01 30 52.139+03 56 38.08         21.7 wLER023F51
     K17Q35V KC2017 09 01.34681 01 33 07.11 +03 47 41.6          21.4 RoER023291
     K17Q35V KC2017 09 01.36210 01 33 09.54 +03 47 30.6          21.3 RoER023291
     K17Q35V KC2017 09 01.37595 01 33 11.75 +03 47 21.8          21.2 RoER023291
     K17Q35V KC2017 09 02.35939001 35 57.99 +03 35 38.3          21.8 VuER023H21
     K17Q35V KC2017 09 02.36764401 35 59.22 +03 35 32.6          22.1 VuER023H21
     K17Q35V KC2017 09 02.37656501 36 00.58 +03 35 26.0          22.1 VuER023H21
 
Observer details:
291 LPL/Spacewatch II.  Observer R. A. Mastaler.  1.8-m f/2.7 reflector + CCD.
F51 Pan-STARRS 1, Haleakala.  Observers J. Bulger, T. Lowe, A. Schultz,
    M. Willman.  Measurers K. Chambers, S. Chastel, L. Denneau, H. Flewelling,
    M. Huber, E. Lilly, E. Magnier, R. Wainscoat, C. Waters, R. Weryk.  1.8-m
    Ritchey-Chretien + CCD.
H21 Astronomical Research Observatory, Westfield.  Observer R. Holmes.
    Measurers S. Foglia, L. Buzzi, T. Linder, R. Holmes.  0.76-m f/3.0
    astrograph + CCD, 1.3-m f/4.0 astrograph + CCD.
 
Orbital elements:
2017 QV35                                                Earth MOID = 0.1275 AU
Epoch 2017 Sept. 4.0 TT = JDT 2458000.5                 MPC
M   4.84417              (2000.0)            P               Q
n   0.25794854     Peri.  174.74433     +0.86140469     +0.50661271
a   2.4440720      Node   154.71429     -0.46905749     +0.82094929
e   0.5341206      Incl.    4.88968     -0.19485130     +0.26341191
P   3.82           H   23.7           G   0.15           U   6
Residuals in seconds of arc
170831 F51  0.1-  0.1-    170901 291  0.1-  0.0     170902 H21  0.0   0.2-
170831 F51  0.2-  0.1-    170901 291  0.2-  0.4-    170902 H21  0.3-  0.0
170831 F51  0.1+  0.1+    170901 291  0.0   0.5+    170902 H21  0.1-  0.2-

Ephemeris:
2017 QV35                a,e,i = 2.44, 0.53, 5                   q = 1.1386
Date    TT    R. A. (2000) Decl.     Delta      r     Elong.  Phase     V
2017 08 03    23 15 11.5 +06 18 30   0.1745  1.1492   137.4    36.7    21.7
...
2017 08 18    00 37 18.2 +06 08 00   0.1724  1.1388   134.0    39.7    21.7
...
2017 08 26    01 11 54.6 +04 59 00   0.1813  1.1444   134.2    39.3    21.8
...
2017 09 01    01 32 04.8 +03 52 08   0.1914  1.1537   135.5    37.8    21.9
2017 09 02    01 34 57.7 +03 40 21   0.1934  1.1556   135.8    37.5    22.0
2017 09 03    01 37 42.5 +03 28 28   0.1954  1.1576   136.2    37.1    22.0
...
2017 09 09    01 51 28.6 +02 16 14   0.2086  1.1723   138.8    34.5    22.1
...
2017 09 17    02 03 13.4 +00 42 57   0.2295  1.1977   143.6    29.9    22.2
...
2017 10 02    02 09 44.4 -01 35 44   0.2806  1.2609   155.1    19.5    22.4

A. U. Tomatic                (C) Copyright 2017 MPC           M.P.E.C. 2017-R23




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