[Iaude] MPEC S169: 2017 SL14 [a=1.36,e=0.24,i=3.0,H=23.0]

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Wed Sep 27 11:53:18 EDT 2017


M.P.E.C. 2017-S169                               Issued 2017 Sept. 27, 15:49 UT
 
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                                   2017 SL14
 
Observations:
     K17S14L  C2017 09 17.47596 01 09 38.861+02 10 36.86         22.5 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 17.48801 01 09 38.507+02 10 27.41         22.6 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 17.50009 01 09 38.149+02 10 17.62         22.5 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 17.51223 01 09 37.792+02 10 07.72         21.8 wLES169F51
     K17S14L* C2017 09 25.47588 01 05 15.301+00 07 51.97         21.7 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 25.48878 01 05 14.577+00 07 38.55         21.8 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 25.50161 01 05 13.844+00 07 25.32         21.8 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 26.43689 01 04 30.800-00 09 01.32         22.0 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 26.44924 01 04 30.071-00 09 14.48         22.3 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 26.46170 01 04 29.332-00 09 27.87         21.9 wLES169F51
     K17S14L  C2017 09 26.47424 01 04 28.584-00 09 41.37         21.9 wLES169F51
 
Observer details:
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.
 
Orbital elements:
2017 SL14                                                Earth MOID = 0.0608 AU
Epoch 2017 Sept. 4.0 TT = JDT 2458000.5                 MPC
M 278.59350              (2000.0)            P               Q
n   0.62210080     Peri.  306.53997     -0.19947998     -0.97965269
a   1.3590295      Node   154.93948     +0.91489303     -0.19427596
e   0.2435649      Incl.    2.99057     +0.35096793     -0.05037318
P   1.58           H   23.0           G   0.15           U   7
Residuals in seconds of arc
170917 F51  0.1-  0.1+    170925 F51  0.1+  0.1-    170926 F51  0.0   0.1+
170917 F51  0.0   0.2+    170925 F51  0.1+  0.0     170926 F51  0.0   0.0
170917 F51  0.0   0.0     170925 F51  0.1-  0.1+    170926 F51  0.0   0.1-
170917 F51  0.2+  0.2-    170926 F51  0.0   0.0

Ephemeris:
2017 SL14                a,e,i = 1.36, 0.24, 3                   q = 1.0280
Date    TT    R. A. (2000) Decl.     Delta      r     Elong.  Phase     V
2017 08 28    01 06 28.6 +04 55 25   0.4938  1.4138   137.4    28.9    23.5
...
2017 09 12    01 10 42.9 +03 15 15   0.3895  1.3613   151.4    20.7    22.6
...
2017 09 20    01 08 37.4 +01 35 37   0.3436  1.3323   159.9    15.0    22.1
...
2017 09 26    01 04 51.3 -00 01 07   0.3144  1.3102   166.4    10.4    21.7
2017 09 27    01 04 03.0 -00 18 56   0.3099  1.3066   167.4     9.6    21.7
2017 09 28    01 03 11.8 -00 37 12   0.3056  1.3029   168.4     8.9    21.6
...
2017 10 04    00 57 08.1 -02 34 57   0.2825  1.2806   171.9     6.3    21.3
...
2017 10 12    00 47 03.7 -05 25 53   0.2589  1.2510   166.2    11.0    21.2
...
2017 10 27    00 27 01.7 -10 24 57   0.2347  1.1965   146.4    27.3    21.5

A. U. Tomatic                (C) Copyright 2017 MPC           M.P.E.C. 2017-S169




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