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Showing posts with label (TEL T17). Show all posts
Showing posts with label (TEL T17). Show all posts

Jul 5, 2018

The asteroid 2018 MR8 [NEOCP P10I7IV] on 2018-07-04

The asteroid 2018 MR8[NEOCP P10I7IV](Classification: Aten [NEO])
on 2018-07-04 from Siding Spring Observatory,
Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 13-60 second luminance BIN2 images
taken with iTelescope.net's
(T17 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
By Steven M. Tilley
The asteroid 2018 MR8[NEOCP P10I7IV](Classification: Aten [NEO])
on 2018-07-04 from Siding Spring Observatory,
Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 13-60 second luminance BIN2 images
taken with iTelescope.net's
(T17 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
By Steven M. Tilley
The asteroid 2018 MR8[NEOCP P10I7IV](Classification: Aten [NEO])
on 2018-07-04 from Siding Spring Observatory,
Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 13-60 second luminance BIN2 images
taken with iTelescope.net's
(T17 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
By Steven M. Tilley
The asteroid 2018 MR8[NEOCP P10I7IV](Classification: Aten [NEO])
on 2018-07-04 from Siding Spring Observatory,
Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia. (MPC Q62)
a stack of 13-60 second luminance BIN2 images
taken with iTelescope.net's
(T17 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
By Steven M. Tilley
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Orbit Diagram for
The asteroid 2018 MR8(2018-07-04 14:00)
see https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=2018MR8
Background
(as of 2018-07-04)
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Mar 19, 2018

Confirmation of the NEO 2018 FC1

The NEOCP object ZF278E4(now the NEO 2018 FC1) on 2018-03-19
a stack of 20-30 second luminance BIN2 images taken with
 
iTelescope.net's (T17 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
 at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia
(MPC code Q62) 

By Steven M. Tilley
The NEOCP object ZF278E4(now the NEO 2018 FC1) on 2018-03-19
a stack of 20-30 second luminance BIN2 images taken with
 
iTelescope.net's (T17 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
 at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia
(MPC code Q62) 

By Steven M. Tilley
The NEOCP object ZF278E4(now the NEO 2018 FC1) on 2018-03-19
a stack of 20-30 second luminance BIN2 images taken with
 
iTelescope.net's (T17 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD)
 at Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia
(MPC code Q62) 

By Steven M. Tilley
 Background
(as of 2018-02-19)
  • Object: 2018 FC1
  • Orbit Type: Amor [NEO]
  • Approximate Diameter: 120 m - 260 m (393.701 feet to 853.018 feet) (Absolute Magnitude: H= 21.766)
  • On the Sentry Risk Table: NO
  • On the NEODyS CLOMON2 risk page: NO 
  • Discovery observation was made on: 2018 03 17.33572
  • Discovery observation was made by Catalina Sky Survey (MPC Code 703) The Discovery M.P.E.C.:MPEC 2018-F40 : 2018 FC1
  • Last Observation (publish): 2018 03 19.53148 (at iTelescope Observatory, Siding Spring,  Australia (MPC Code Q62) )
  • Data-Arc Span (publish): 2 days 
  • Number of Optical Observations(published):42
  • Observatories Reporting (Published) Observations(MPC Code):
    • (033) Karl Schwarzschild Observatory, Tautenburg, Germany.
    • (474) Mount John Observatory, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand.
    • (703) Catalina Sky Survey, US/Arizona.
    • (734) Farpoint Observatory, Eskridge, US/Kansas.
    • (807) Cerro Tololo Observatory, La Serena, Chile.
    • (E23) Arcadia, Australia/NSW.
    • (I52) Steward Observatory, Mt. Lemmon Station, US/Arizona.
    • (Q62) iTelescope Observatory, Siding Spring,  Australia/NSW. 
  • Perihelion Distance:1.106589693409455(AU)
  • Aphelion Distance: 2.130212399099761(AU)
  • Earth MOID (Earth center to NEO center): 0.19123 AU (( 74.421 LD)), (4490.28 Earth radii) or  17775939 miles (  (28607600 KM))
  • Next Close-Approach to Earth:  Will safely pass Earth on 2018-Mar-30 at a 
    • Minimum Distance(Earth center to NEO center) of 0.192881774004264 (AU) (75.064 (LD)), (4,516.07 Earth radii) or  17,878,004 miles ( (28,854,702 KM)) 
    • Nominal Distance(Earth center to NEO center) of 0.196815739374881(AU) ( 76.595 (LD)), ( 4,621.44 Earth radii) or 18,295,166 miles (29,443,216 (KM))
    • Maximum Distance(Earth center to NEO center) of 0.20074975749401 (AU) ( 78.126 (LD)), ( 4,713.82 Earth radii) or  18,660,856 miles (30,031,736 (KM))   

Oct 10, 2016

Confirmation of the Near-Earth Object 2016 TJ17

Confirmation image of the Near-Earth Object 2016 TJ17 (absolute magnitude =25.4 ~28m) 
on 2016-10-08 a stack of 9-60 second luminance BIN2 taken 
with iTelescope.net's (T17 TEL 0.43-m f/6.8 reflector + CCD) 
at Observatory: Siding Spring - Australia (MPC code Q62)
By Steven M. Tilley

 


 Background

(as of 2016-10-09)
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