(100510) 1997 AO18 - (100510) 1997 AO18

(100510) 1997 AO18
Discovery
Discoverer Farra d'Isonzo Astronomical Observatory
Date January 15, 1997
Place Farra d'Isonzo Astronomical Observatory
Designations 1997 AO18 = 2003 YG121
Provisional name 1997 AO18
Category Asteroid belt
Orbital elements
Longitude of the ascending node 96,71929644360333 °
Inclination 6,088188364270287 °
Argument of the periaster 48,05839823433443 °
Major semi-axis 2.262340900019817 et al
Eccentricity 0,09233820509079016
Medium anomaly 298,482926235103 °
Derived orbital elements
Time 2457800.5 (2017-Feb-16.0) TDB[1][2]
Periastro o perihelio 2.053440402008505 et al
Apoastro o afelio 2.47124139803113 et al
Sidereal orbital period 1242.898023564781 days
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude 16,2 M
Celestial body
Anterior (100509) 1997 AH15
Following (100511) 1997 AY18

(100510) 1997 AO18 is an asteroid belonging to the asteroid belt , discovered on 15 January 1997 by the team of the Astronomical Observatory of Farra d'Isonzo from the Astronomical Observatory of Farra d'Isonzo , Farra d'Isonzo , Italy .

Designation and name

Provisionally designated as 1997 AO18.

Orbital characteristics

1997 AO18 is located at an average distance from the Sun of 2,262 ua , being able to move away up to 2,471 ua and approach up to 2,053 ua. Its eccentricity is 0.092 and the orbital inclination is 6.088 degrees . It takes 1242.89 days to complete one orbit around the Sun.

Physical characteristics

The absolute magnitude of 1997 AO18 is 16.2.

See also

References

  1. ^ "100510" . Web of Minor Planet Center (in English) . Retrieved December 26, 2016 .
  2. ^ "(100510) 1997 AO18" . JPL website (in English) . Retrieved December 26, 2016 .