(10026) 1980 RE1 - (10026) 1980 RE1

(10026) 1980 RE1
Discovery
Discoverer A. Mrkos
Date September 3, 1980
Place Observatorio Kleť
Designations 1980 RE1 = 1976 SW8 = 1976 SX7 = 1996 JO1
Provisional name 1980 RE1
Category Asteroid belt
Orbital elements
Longitude of the ascending node 182,5959899947756 °
Inclination 8,737638212434344 °
Argument of the periaster 135,0093057862869 °
Major semi-axis 2.571276779894589 et al
Eccentricity 0,1714876840187972
Medium anomaly 7,71337636259884 °
Derived orbital elements
Time 2457800.5 (2017-Feb-16.0) TDB[1][2]
Periastro o perihelio 2.130334479939155 et al
Apoastro o afelio 3.012219079850023 et al
Sidereal orbital period 1505.988545809756 days
Physical characteristics
Diameter 12 km.
Rotation period 10 hours
Absolute magnitude 13.8
Albedo 0,039
Celestial body
Anterior (10025) Rougher
Following (10027) Perozzi

(10026) 1980 RE1 is an asteroid belonging to the asteroid belt , discovered on September 3, 1980 by Antonín Mrkos from the Kleť Observatory , České Budějovice , Czech Republic .

Designation and name

Provisionally designated 1980 RE1.

Orbital characteristics

1980 RE1 is located at a mean distance from the Sun of 2,571 ua , being able to move up to 3,012 ua and approach up to 2,130 ua. Its eccentricity is 0.171 and the orbital inclination is 8.737 degrees . It takes 1505.98 days to complete one orbit [ 3 ] around the Sun.

The closest approach to Earth orbit will take place on October 3, 2153. [ 4 ]

Physical characteristics

The absolute magnitude of 1980 RE1 is 13.8. It is 12 km in diameter and its albedo is estimated at 0.039.

See also

References

  1. ^ "10026" . Web of Minor Planet Center (in English) . Retrieved November 21, 2017 .
  2. ^ "(10026) 1980 RE1" . JPL website (in English) . Retrieved November 21, 2017 .
  3. ^ "(10026) 1980 RE1 orbit diagram" (in English) . Retrieved November 21, 2017 .
  4. ^ "(10026) 1980 RE1 next approaches" (in English) . Retrieved November 21, 2017 .

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