[Iaude] MPEC P64: 2018 PS10 [a=2.22,e=0.46,i=5.9,H=23.9]

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M.P.E.C. 2018-P64                                Issued 2018 Aug. 11, 22:35 UT
 
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                                   2018 PS10
 
Observations:
     K18P10S* C2018 08 08.45439 22 49 46.344-10 11 58.01         22.0 wUEP064F51
     K18P10S  C2018 08 08.46565 22 49 46.377-10 11 34.81         22.2 wUEP064F51
     K18P10S  C2018 08 08.47690 22 49 46.410-10 11 11.58         22.1 wUEP064F51
     K18P10S  C2018 08 08.48820 22 49 46.439-10 10 48.46         22.3 wUEP064F51
     K18P10S KC2018 08 09.30455622 50 00.17 -09 43 09.2          22.2 VuEP064H21
     K18P10S KC2018 08 09.31245922 50 00.20 -09 42 53.5          21.9 VuEP064H21
     K18P10S KC2018 08 09.31853822 50 00.20 -09 42 40.8          21.9 VuEP064H21
     K18P10S KC2018 08 11.31806 22 50 25.31 -08 36 36.0          22.0 GUEP064734
     K18P10S KC2018 08 11.34645 22 50 25.09 -08 35 40.7          22.2 GUEP064734
 
Observer details:
734 Farpoint Observatory.  Observer G. Hug.  0.69-m 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. Magnier, Y. Ramanjooloo, 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.  1.3-m f/4.0
    astrograph + CCD.
 
Orbital elements:
2018 PS10                                                Earth MOID = 0.1831 AU
Epoch 2018 Mar. 23.0 TT = JDT 2458200.5                 MPC
M 325.79363              (2000.0)            P               Q
n   0.29870207     Peri.  333.90799     +0.47581426     +0.87753800
a   2.2163783      Node   324.41735     -0.78805758     +0.39535869
e   0.4616923      Incl.    5.85873     -0.39059704     +0.27132741
P   3.30           H   23.9           G   0.15           U   8
Residuals in seconds of arc
180808 F51  0.2-  0.1-    180808 F51  0.3-  0.0     180809 H21  0.7-  0.2+
180808 F51  0.3-  0.0     180809 H21  0.6-  0.1+    180811 734  0.8+  0.1-
180808 F51  0.3-  0.1+    180809 H21  0.5-  0.2-    180811 734  1.0-  0.2+

Ephemeris:
2018 PS10                a,e,i = 2.22, 0.46, 6                   q = 1.1931
Date    TT    R. A. (2000) Decl.     Delta      r     Elong.  Phase     V
2018 07 12    22 13 29.7 -28 06 34   0.2170  1.1937   141.3    32.2    22.3
...
2018 07 27    22 40 44.1 -18 03 30   0.2113  1.1994   147.6    26.9    22.1
...
2018 08 04    22 47 46.4 -12 51 17   0.2168  1.2111   152.5    22.8    22.1
...
2018 08 10    22 50 10.2 -09 19 22   0.2249  1.2235   156.7    19.2    22.1
2018 08 11    22 50 22.0 -08 46 28   0.2266  1.2259   157.4    18.5    22.1
2018 08 12    22 50 30.8 -08 14 18   0.2284  1.2284   158.1    17.9    22.1
...
2018 08 18    22 50 30.1 -05 17 46   0.2414  1.2449   162.7    14.0    22.1
...
2018 08 26    22 48 55.2 -02 07 53   0.2646  1.2711   168.5     9.1    22.1
...
2018 09 10    22 45 04.2 +01 38 32   0.3279  1.3316   170.4     7.2    22.6

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