25 asteroids discovered to date (15 NEAT and 10 night sky)
and 34 TOTAS discoveries are listed here
Follow-up page for my night sky discoveries
14.04.2017 2009 XG9 = KRA033 = 331105 has been named Giselher (orbit diagram and citation):
(331105) Giselher = 2009 XG9
Discovered 2009 Dec. 13 by R. Kracht at Sonoita (IRO).
Dietrich Giselher Kracht (b. 1944) is the elder brother of the discoverer, who introduced him to astronomy at the observatory of the Olbers-Gesellschaft in Bremen.
17.12.2012 I found a NEO
candidate in TOTAS images of December 16/17 (OGS 4975). The
discovery images are here. It moved rather fast
with 8"/min and was a bit elongated in the direction of
The orbit is unusual with q = 1.11 and Q = 1.33 entirely between Earth and Mars (MPEC 2012-Y11).
04.06.2012 2009 XG9 = KRA033 has been numbered as 331105 (MPC 79673). I had found the asteroid 2009 December 13 with the SSON Rigel telescope.
30.03.2012 MPEC 2012-F109 has the first two TNOs found by the Icehunter project.
05.03.2012 I have found two TNOs (IH-372818 and IH-412462) with the New Horizons Icehunter project.
21.01.2012 I have found an unusual object in TOTAS images of 2011 December 20 (OGS 2516). It turned out to be the chinese probe 2010-050A at L2.
10.12.2011 2010 EQ45 = KRA052 = 301638 has been named Kressin (orbit diagram and citation):
(301638) Kressin Discovered 2010 Mar. 14 by R. Kracht at the Iowa Robotic Observatory, Sonoita. Named after the old Pomeranian family Kressin. Margarete Kressin (1891-1980) was the grandmother of the discoverer and taught him the star names.
12.10.2011 2010 EQ45 has been numbered 301638. I had found the asteroid 2010 March 14 with the SSON Rigel telescope.
12.10.2011 Discovery story for 2011 SF 108: esa news
27.09.2011 I found a NEO candidate in TOTAS images of September 26 (OGS 1703). It was confirmed and designated 2011 SF108 on the same day (MPEC 2011-S86).
25.07.2011 I found 2011 KU20 (OGS 1072) in NEAT images from 2002 April 11 to June 09.
20.07.2011 I found additional images of the TOTAS discovery 2011 CW77 in NEAT data from 2001.
25.06.2011 I could use the 0.81-m f/7 reflector at the Mt. Lemmon Sky Center (G84) for the first time and got two positions for 2011 KU20 (OGS 1072).
23.06.2011 OGS1142 has become another TOTAS discovery (2011 LS26).
22.06.2011 Another 14
previously unrecognized asteroids in TOTAS images from May
31/June 01 found by me were designated OGS 1142 - 1155.
One of the four archival asteroids of May 26/27 could finally be measured and was designated OGS 1156.
16.06.2011 OGS 1130 has been designated as 2011 LJ21 and OGS 1137 as 2011 LM21 (discoveries)
12.06.2011 OGS 1134 has been designated as 2011 LV17 and OGS 1138 as 2011 LU17 (discoveries)
10.06.2011 I have found another 13 previously unrecognized asteroids in TOTAS images from May 31/June 01: OGS 1128 and OGS 1130 - 1141.
09.06.2011 OGS 1072 has been designated as 2011 KU20 (discovery)
04.06.2011 The four asteroids from May 26/27 though considered real could not be measured. I found a fifth (designated OGS1127), but this is 2011 KM11 already observed on May 21 and 26.
03.06.2011 I have started to look at the archived TOTAS images from May 26/27. Until now I have found four previously unrecognized asteroids.
31.05.2011 I found six asteroids in TOTAS images of May 30/31 mag 19 - 21. They were designated OGS 1071,1072, 1075-1078. OGS 1078 could be 2006 KM105. My orbital computation show that OGS1078 is identical with 2006 KM105.
30.05.2011 I found two asteroids in TOTAS images of May 28/29 both mag 21. They were designated OGS 1062 and 1063.
25.04.2011 I have updated my page about 2010 AN39 with images from WISE.
19.02.2011 I have found now 18 previously unrecognized asteroids in the two regions imaged on 2011 February 10/11. They were reported to the MPC as OGS0976 - OGS0993. Their brightnesses are mag 20 - 22.
14.02.2011 Yesterday TOTAS has begun to make its archival images available through the internet. I have found already four previously unrecognized asteroids in images of 2011 February 10. There are certainly many more.
12.02.2011 My first four TOTAS asteroids were designated OGS0967 - OGS0970 and their positions sent to the MPC. The brightnesses are about mag 21.
11.02.2011 I could confirm four (and possibly a fifth) TOTAS movers as asteroids. They were not shown by the MPChecker, so they may be new objects.
05.11.2010 I have found a bright (mag 18.5) unknown (KRA073) in my follow-up images for 2002 EK163 taken at G68 on November 02. The MPChecker showed a similar object (2010 TM175) with a Vaisala orbit seven arcminutes away. The identity KRA073 = 2010 TM175 was confirmed and todays DOU has a first orbit with an arc of 26 days. The Ephemeris Service shows already that 2010 TM175 = 2010 NK83, which had been observed by WISE (C51) on July 01/02.The orbit is unusual with P = 14.2 years, q = 2.39, Q = 9.3, i = 11.25.
30.09.2010 I have joined the Teide Observatory Tenerife Asteroid Survey (TOTAS, J04) to confirm "movers" as asteroids. As there are no new images until now, I have looked at the J04 Diskstatus and searched for additional observations of the J04 discoveries in the archive of NEAT images. I have found additional oppositions for 2009 RY, 2009 RE26, 2009 RW57, 2010 FR47, 2010 FM48.
21.09.2010 KRA066 got the provisional designation 2010 SU11 (message), it was lost soon after to 2005 UH517 (7 day arc).
20.09.2010 KRA064 got the provisional designation 2010 SR8 (message), it was lost soon after to 2003 QE102 (26 day arc).
18.09.2010 I found KRA 064/065/066 again in a triplet of SSO images. The observations of KRA065 can be linked wiht those of 2009 HC86 (observed on three nights in 2009).
17.09.2010 I found that KRA062
is the small Jupiter moon J12 (Ananke). The MPChecker didn't show
it though I had checked "Include planets and
irregular outer satellites".
Three unknown asteroids were visible in a triplet of images from SSO (KRA 064/065/066).
14.09.2010 KRA063 has been identified as 2010 MN37,which has been previously observed only by C51(WISE) on 2010 June 21/22.
13.09.2010 Another triplet of images from SSO showed KRA062 and KRA063 again. KRA062 is a possible Hilda.
12.09.2010 Another triplet of images from SSO showed KRA062 again. Close to KRA062 was a new unknown of about mag 20 (KRA063).
11.09.2010 I took a triplet of 120 seconds images with the 61 cm telescope at the Sierra Stars Observatory. The images show five asteroids, four known (around mag 20) and one unknown (about mag 18.5)! Such a bright asteroid should have been observed already earlier, but I couldn't identify it with the MPChecker (KRA062).
03.08.2010 2010 AJ2 (KRA039) has been identified with 2002 PR176 and 2003 WO43. The principal designation is 2002 PR176 (K02PH6R). MPEC 2010-P06
21.07.2010 KRA061 has been designated 2002 LR63 (K02L63R), two months after I had found and reported it.
01.06.2010 2010 BN4 = KRA043 = 233967 has been named Vierkant (orbit diagram and citation):
233967 Vierkant Discovered 2010 Jan. 24 by R. Kracht at the Sierra Stars Observatory. Gisela Vierkant (b. 1919), mother of the discoverer, lived for many years in the city of Bremen, where Wilhelm Olbers discovered (2) Pallas and (4) Vesta at the Lilienthal Observatory.
20.05.2010 While searching for prediscovery observations of K10J14X in NEAT data I found an unknown asteroid (KRA060) and while searching for additional images of KRA060 I found another unknown (KRA061). KRA061 was visible in five triplets from 2002 June 13 to July 27.
14.04.2010 2010 GE32 has now its first poublished orbit (MPEC 2010-G106).
13.04.2010 I got discovery credit for 2010 GE32, which I had observed only as a one nighter (KRA055) on April 07. With the MPC ephemeris I found it easily in additional G68 images of April 08.
12.04.2010 Rigel didn't sent images. The MPChecker showed 2010 EX139 at the position of KRA059. G96 (Catalina) has observed it on April 10 and it was linked with earlier observations from 691 (Spacewatch).
11.04.2010 KRA059 was clearly visible in only one of three images from Rigel. I didn't sent a report, but used it for computing the position for the next three Rigel images scheduled for April 12.
10.04.2010 KRA054/056/058 was
designated 2010 FH87. Discovery credit goes to 691 (Kitt
Peak-Spacewatch) for a single night 2010 March 18.
WISE (C51) made ten observations 2010 AN39 on 2010 March 29 and 30. Apparently no cometary activity was detected. Perhaps a stack of these images will show something.
From three scheduled images for KRA059 at Rigel only one was done. It showed no stars.
09.04.2010 Another set of Rigel images showed KRA054/056 again (now designated KRA058) with mag 20.6/20.7. KRA057 wasn't detected again. I found a new faint (mag 20) unknown (KRA059).
08.04.2010 KRA054 was visible in Rigel images (designated KRA056 for this night), but the astrometry had large residuals. KRA055 wasn't detected again. There was a new very faint unknown (KRA057).
07.04.2010 I took two triplets at Sierra Stars to search for new asteroids. With one triplet I accidentaly recovered 2010 EY70, the other showed two rather faint (mag 20.5) new objects (KRA054 and KRA055).
06.04.2010 I found additional NEAT Haleakala images of 2010 EQ45 from 2001 April 18. The orbit is now from three oppostions with U = 2.
05.04.2010 I found 2010 EQ45 again with the Rigel telescope extending the observed arc to 46 days. With the improved orbit I found additional NEAT Palomar images from October/November 2002.
01.04.2010 KRA050 has been designated as 2002 KL16.
18.03.2010 KRA053 has been identified as 2007 TC161. It had been obseved from 2007 October 07 - November 08. This is my third accidental recovery.
17.03.2010 2010 EQ45 has been already observed on February 18 (G96, Catalina) and March 11 (J75, La Sagra), so the first published orbit has an observed arc of 25 days.
16.03.2010 I found KRA052 and KRA053 again in images from Sierra Stars. KRA052 was designated K10E45Q (2010 EQ45).
15.03.2010 I found the new unknown (KRA052) again in images from the Sierra Stars Observatory. A second unknown (KRA053) of mag 20 was not far from KRA052, but outside the field of view of the images from last night.
14.03.2010 I found an unknown asteroid of mag 20 (KRA052) in a triplet of images from Rigel.
06.03.2010 I have made an
animation of five images of (233967) taken on January 25 at
Rodeo, NM with the 0.61m-reflector.
Each image is exposed for 240 seconds, the magnitude of (233967) is about 19.5 (Orbit Plot).
02.03.2010 2010 BN4 (KRA043) has been numbered 233967 only five weeks after its discovery.
01.03.2010 While searching for prediscovery images of 2010 AA (KRA036) I found an unknown asteroid in NEAT Palomar images of 2002 May 18 - July 27 (KRA050).
26.02.2010 KRA048 was designated K02N73J (2002 NJ73).
25.02.2010 While searching for prediscovery images of 2010 AA (KRA036) I found an unknown asteroid in NEAT Palomar images of 2002 July 05 - 14 (KRA048).
24.02.2010 KRA047 was designated K02L63O (2002 LO63).
23.02.2010 While searching for prediscovery images of 2010 AA (KRA036) I found an unknown asteroid in NEAT Palomar images of 2002 June 12 - July 14 (KRA047). The orbital period of the new object is close to 4.02 years suggesting an Alinda orbit in 3:1 resonance with Jupiter.
16.02.2010 KRA045 has been designated 2010 CV43. Today I found it again with observations from Rodeo (H11). The H11 images showed another unknown, which I found thereupon also in the Rigel images from yesterday close to a bright star (KRA046). I sent my observations to the MPC and soon thereafter received this designations message: KRA046 (K05Y81Q. 2005 YQ81 was observed only from 2005 December 24 to 2006 February 07. This is my second accidental recovery.
15.02.2010 I found again my new unknown (KRA045) with Rigel observations of today. Rigel has only a 37 cm mirror, but that's enough for mag 20 asteroids if the sky conditions are good.
14.02.2010 The Daily Orbit Update (MPEC 2010-C53) has new multi-oppositions orbits for 2010 AB and 2010 AN39. Observations of 2010 AB were found in 2006 and observations of 2010 AN39 in 2008. Spacewatch II (291) observed 2010 AN39 on 2010 February 13. 291 is the observatory code of the 1.8-meter telescope.
13.02.2010 I found a new asteroid of mag about 20 (KRA045) with observations from Rigel.
12.02.2010 With additional observations from Rigel (657) I could extend the observed arc of 2010 AN39 from 20 to 35 days.
11.02.2010 I have made a page about 2010 AN39.
09.02.2010 With additional observations from Rigel (857) I could extend the observed arcs of 2010 AA and 2010 AB from one week to five weeks.
30.01.2010 I wrote a short story about the discovery of 2010 AJ2 and 2010 AP2. It is here.
28.01.2010 KRA044 was designated 2010 BK5 (K10B05K).
27.01.2010 I found KRA044 with track & stack also in the G68 images from January 24.
26.01.2010 The Daily Orbit
Update (MPEC 2010-B42) has the new orbit for 2010 AN39. The
observed arc is now 20 days.
KRA043 was designated 2010 BN4 (K10B04N). Many observations from single nights were found. The orbit is from 4 oppositions 1999 - 2010. With this orbit I found another 12 observations from 2002 April/May in Palomar/NEAT data.
25.01.2010 I took ten images
of each 240 seconds with the 0.61-m reflector at H11. The last
six images are of good quality, 2010 AN39 appears stellar.
The new unknown asteroid was again there. I measured the positions and sent them to the MPC.
I found another small (mag 20) unknown (KRA044) in these images.
24.01.2010 Rich Williams at
the Sierra Stars Observatory kindly took nine images of each 200
seconds with the 0.61-m reflector, the seeing was "kind of
poor". The stacked images show 2010 AN39 elongated in the
east-west direction but no center of light or head.
I found a small (mag 19.5) unknown asteroid in these images (KRA043).
21.01.2010 P. Camilleri and S.
Williams have taken ten images of each 300 seconds with the
0.35-m reflector at E16 on 2010 January 21 between 14 and 15
hours UTC. I have stacked the images
1,2,3,4,5/2,3,4,5,6/../6,7,8,9,10 with Astrometrica using
0.377"/min and PA 261.7 deg and made this animation:
A small tail seems to be visible to the left (east) side of 2010 AN39. A mag 17 star is close to the first images, but the later images show the tail rather clear. I cannot completely rule out that this is noise but at least the noise assembled at the right place. Perhaps images from Spacewatch will decide.
20.01.2010 Carl Hergenrother wrote to comets-ml: The object should continue to be observed by you and others. I already told Jim Scotti at Spacewatch to observe it. Unfortunately the weather will probably prevent any observations from the SW US for the next few days.
18.01.2010 The latest Orbit Update (MPEC 2010-B07) has for 2010 AN39: a = 4.552, e = 0.395, P = 9.71 years.
17.01.2010 With two additional positions from H11 for 2010 AN39 I have now: a = 4.550 ± 0.066, e = 0.395 ± 0.009, P = 9.71 ± 0.21 years. The orbits looks now very cometary with Jupiter-MOID 0.0865, Jupiter-Tisserand 2.85145, Q = 6.35.
16.01.2010 2010 AN39 has now its first published orbit (MPEC 2010-B01) with a = 4.415, e = 0.381. From 200 Monte Carlo runs with Exorb I have a = 4.421 ± 0.092 and e = 0.383 ± 0.009 and an orbital period of 9.3 ± 0.3 years, closer to the 3:4 resonance (Thule) with Jupiter than to the 2:3 resonance (Hilda). The orbit seems to be very unusual. The latest MPCORB.DAT has only 30 asteroids with a between 4.2 and 4.6 (28 of them found during the last ten years).
15.01.2010 I received additional images from G68 of 2010 AN39. The orbit looks like that of an Hilda asteroid.
13.01.2010 KRA038 was designated K10A39N (2010 AN39). 2010 AP2 (KRA040) has its first published orbit (MPEC 2010-A66).
12.01.2010 I found KRA038
close to the edge of the H11 images and sent my observations to
2010 AJ2 (KRA039) was observed by the Mt. Lemmon Survey and LPL/Spacewatch II last night and has now its first published orbit (MPEC 2010-A60).
KRA041 was not confirmed and was removed from the NEOCP.
11.01.2010 2010 AA has now its first published orbit (MPEC 2010 A53, E-assumed). I have found two additional images of KRA038 from January 05, which confirm that this is a real object. I have scheduled follow-up images at H11 for KRA038. Bad weather prevented the recovery of KRA041 at H11.
10.01.2010 I found 2010 AA
(KRA036) again and sent my observations to the MPC.
I found a new unknown (KRA041) with unusual motion. The NEO rating was 100%, T. Spahr posted it on the NEOCP.
09.01.2010 KRA039 was designated 2010 AJ2 and KRA040 was designated 2010 AP2.
08.01.2010 I found KRA039
again. This is my first discovery from H11 (Rodeo, NM). I didn't
find KRA038 again.
2010 AB (KRA037) was observed by the LINEAR survey last night and has now its first published orbit (MPEC 2010-A33).
I found a new unknown close to KRA039 in the images of January 06 and 08 from H11 (KRA040).
07.01.2010 KRA037 was designated K10A00B (2010 AB). Bad weather prevented observations of KRA038 and KRA039.
06.01.2010 I found KRA037 again and sent my report to the MPC. The images of KRA037 showed another unknown (KRA039).
05.01.2010 I found the first
unknown of January 04 (KRA036) again in the new images and sent
my report to the MPC. The second unknown from January 04 wasn't
there, but a new unknown was found in the new images for the
second unknown. The new unknown (KRA037) is rather bright - about
mag 18.4 - and should have been observed earlier. I have
scheduled follow-up obsevations at Rodeo for the next night, but
the moonless hours were already booked and I had to choose times
with a moonlit sky. With mag about 18.4 this should be no
I found another unknown (KRA038) in additional SSO images of the last night. This one is rather faint (mag ~19.8) and I had to schedule follow-up for the next but one night.
KRA036 was designated K10A00A (2010 AA).
04.01.2010 I found two faint unknowns in the SSO images and have scheduled follow-up images for the next night.
03.01.2010 The Moon has left the evening sky and I scheduled a triplet of images at SSO.
21.12.2009 The new unknown was identified as 2005 YX118 (observed arc 63 days). So this is my first (unintentional) recovery..
20.12.2009 The new unknown was well visible in the images from Rodeo with about mag 19, the MPChecker had nothing there and FindOrb could fit the observations. I sent my report to the MPC.
19.12.2009 I found my second unknown asteroid in images of the SSO telescope (G68). The weather looked bad for the next night at SSO and Rigel was still closed. So I scheduled again images at Rodeo (H11).
18.12.2009 The unknown asteroid was designated 2009 XG9 (Orbit Plot). Additional observations were found from 2009 November 25 (Spacewatch, Kitt Peak) and December 10 (Catalina Sky Survey, Mt. Lemmon). These additional observations allowed to find further CSS observations from single nights in 2005 September, October and November. From two nights of 2005 it got the provisional designation 2005 SA293, but no orbit was published, the principal designation is 2009 XG9. The orbit is at the inner edge of the main belt (MB I), but it's not a Flora.
17.12.2009 I received my two images from Rodeo, NM and the unknown was there (not far from the center of these images)! I have sent my observations to the MPC and wait for an answer. The MPCecker has nothing there, but it's still possible that previous observations will get credit for this one.
16.12.2009 After several mails to the administrator of Lightbuckets, I could schedule two images for the night of December 16/17 at Rodeo, NM with the 24" telescope.
15.12.2009 Weather was bad at SSO, Rigel went out of service for an upgrade and vacations. I had to find another telescope to follow up this object. I tried Lightbuckets, but this site seemed a bit too difficult for me.
14.12.2009 Weather was bad for SSO and Rigel, no images could be taken.
13.12.2009 I found an unknown asteroid in images of the Rigel telescope (857), which is part of the Sierra Stars Observatory Network (SSON). I took two sets of slightly overlapping triplets with Rigel. Three of these six images were useless (perhaps thin clouds spoiled the view). The unknown was first found in a pair of useful images of one triplet and then in the only usuable image of the other triplet just in the small overlapping region. So it was certainly real!. The velocity of this object was slightly too large for a typical main belt asteroid, but matched well the motion of the Flora asteroids at the inner edge of MB I.
Discovery images of 2009 XG9 (2009
taken with the Rigel Telescope (37 cm, f/14 Cassegrain + CCD)
of the University of Iowa, which is part of the SSO network.
Exposure time for each of the three images is five minutes.
The small star close to the center is mag 19.0
The asteroid (above and left of this star) is around mag 19.5.
Distance from Earth: 169 Gm (1.1282 AU)
The diameter of 2009 XG9 is about 1 - 2 km
09.12.2009 Three more NEAT asteroids (K02L63N, K02D20R, K02S74B) found by me have been designated by the MPC.
13.11.2009 Until now, I got twelve designations for new asteroids from NEAT images but three were later identified with already known ones.
06.11.2009 I found another five new asteroids in NEAT images of 2002: K02QD6B, K02EG3K, K02Tc5Q, K02S74A, K02H18L. I have started to use a remotely controlled telescope (Sierra Stars Observatory, G68), which has about the same limiting magnitude as the NEAT images to search for new "realtime" asteroids.
19.10.2009 Just two weeks later I have found another four new asteroids (K02RS1Y, K02GI6M, K02Tc5O, K02L63G). This is more than I had expected to find.
05.10.2009 I have just started to find prediscoveries with SKYMORPH. After a few days I found prediscovery images of the main belt asteroids 2009 KH7, 2009 FQ21 and 2009 DD106 in Palomar NEAT images of 2001 - 2003. The images of 2009 DD106 from 2001-10-24 showed a new object, which I could identify also in the images of 2001-10-16 and 2001-10-08. I sent my measurements of the new object to the MPC and it was acknowledged as K01TQ1A (2001 TA261). This is my first find of a new asteroid.
Table of my discoveries:
|KRA003||K01TQ1A||2009-10-05||2001-10-24||3||2001-10-08 2001-10-24||2009-T15||MB II|
|KRA010||K02GI6M||2009-10-11||2002-04-15||3||2002-04-13 2002-04-15||2009-U50||MB I|
|KRA015||K02L63G||2009-10-19||2002-06-02||3||2002-05-12 2002-06-07||2009-U62||MB I Flora|
|KRA016||K02QD6B||455338||2009-10-21||2002-09-04||4||2002-08-16 2002-09-12||2009-U69||MB IIIb|
|KRA017||K02EG3K||252792||2009-10-22||2002-03-10||5||2002-03-10 2002-05-06||2009-U73||MB IIIb|
|KRA018||K02Tc5Q||2009-10-24||2002-10-29||4||2002-10-09 2002-11-03||2009-U124||MB IIIb|
|KRA019||K02S74A||2009-10-25||2002-09-21||3||2002-09-20 2002-09-27||2009-U124||MB IIIb|
|KRA028||K01YG2F||240073||2009-11-11||2002-02-17||5||2001-12-16 2002-02-17||2009-V66||MB I|
|KRA029||K02L63N||2009-11-17||2002-06-01||4||2002-06-01 2002-06-27||2009-W31||MB IIb|
|KRA031||K02D20R||2009-11-29||2002-03-11||3||2002-02-22 2002-04-02||2009-X02||MB I (Flora?)|
|KRA032||K02S74B||2009-12-07||2002-09-19||5||2002-09-19 2002-11-05||2009-Y02||MB II|
|KRA033||K09X09G||331105||Giselher||2009-12-13||2009-12-13||2||2009-12-13 2009-12-17||2009-Y22||MB I|
|KRA036||K10A00A||464150||2010-01-04||2010-01-04||2||2010-01-04 2010-01-05||2010-C38||MB III|
|KRA037||K10A00B||2010-01-05||2010-01-05||2||2010-01-05 2010-01-06||2010-C60||MB II|
|KRA043||K10B04N||233967||Vierkant||2010-01-24||2010-01-24||2||2010-01-24 2010-01-25||2010-C03||MB II|
|KRA045||K10C43V||2010-02-13||2010-02-13||2||2010-02-13 2010-02-15||2010-E45||MB III|
|KRA047||K02L63O||310708||2010-02-23||2002-07-12||5||2002-06-12 2002-07-14||2010-D78||MB II|
|KRA048||K02N73J||2010-02-25||2002-07-15||3||2002-07-05 2002-07-15||2010-D87||MB I|
|KRA050||K02K16L||440011||2010-03-01||2002-07-05||5||2002-05-18 2002-07-27||MPO 173876||MB II|
|KRA052||K10E45Q||301638||Kressin||2010-03-14||2010-03-14||2||2010-03-14 2010-03-15||2010-G36||MB II|
|KRA055||K10G32E||2010-04-07||2010-04-07||1||2010-04-07||2010-G106||MB I Flora|
|KRA061||K02L63R||322975||2010-04-20||2002-07-16||5||2002-06-13 2002-07-27||2010-O17||MB IIIb|
New one-opposition orbits: Object H G Epoch M Peri. Node Incl. e a Arc C K02L63G 18.7 0.15 K0256 321.726 68.330 219.044 7.079 0.15375 2.22272 26 X K02N73J 18.9 0.15 K0275 358.131 217.270 74.089 3.153 0.22114 2.32348 9 K K02RS1Y No published elements available (6 obs from 2 consecutive nights) K02Tc5Q 17.3 0.15 K02AD 29.479 287.424 46.455 26.668 0.31763 3.17745 25 X K10B05K No published elements available K10C43V 16.5 0.15 K102D 322.050 44.598 151.021 11.697 0.09592 3.25421 23ES K10G32E 19.7 0.15 K103P 348.121 198.372 11.959 0.541 0.22175 2.26583 3 S New multiple-opposition orbits: Object H G Epoch M Peri. Node Incl. e a Opp C K01TQ1A 17.1 0.15 K1128 40.914 28.629 64.733 6.258 0.25933 2.56904 3 X K01YG2F 16.4 0.15 K107N 45.510 359.450 196.304 6.435 0.05503 2.37652 6 X K02D20R 16.5 0.15 K172G 163.171 195.049 87.572 6.447 0.15435 2.52684 12 X (K11P15E) K02EG3K 15.5 0.15 K107N 278.631 350.097 88.913 11.670 0.00855 3.15627 5 W K02K16L 16.6 0.15 K107N 10.631 282.113 299.486 14.743 0.25353 2.61133 2 W K02L63N 16.7 0.15 K167V 339.521 141.477 134.248 9.997 0.11443 2.81273 3 X K02L63O 16.9 0.15 K107N 305.029 333.254 32.799 2.641 0.17821 2.52532 3 W K02L63R 16.3 0.15 K 233.692 196.745 94.126 16.499 0.25392 3.14511 4 K02QD6B 15.8 0.15 K107N 94.507 91.045 318.362 24.547 0.22569 3.16583 3 X K02S74A 16.3 0.15 K14C9 56.882 49.816 347.701 24.980 0.22111 3.13718 5 X (K13S55V) K02S74B 17.4 0.15 K161D 14.974 219.248 127.795 9.052 0.28818 2.68892 4 X K09X09G 17.3 0.15 K118R 205.611 130.808 263.331 2.864 0.12892 2.34365 4 S K10A00B 17.8 0.15 K1014 10.759 337.297 104.027 7.497 0.33005 2.58594 2 X K10A39N 15.5 0.15 K1014 15.703 140.907 286.018 5.970 0.38702 4.49488 2 X K10B04N 15.9 0.15 K1014 309.313 230.505 286.916 5.183 0.02252 2.75055 7 X K10E45Q 16.4 0.15 K107N 312.877 109.927 182.763 11.394 0.29836 2.76495 3 X
KRA014 = K02Tc50 (19 days) -> K05EH4 KRA025 = K02H18L (18 days) -> K09SQ7N KRA026 = K02JF0B (10 days) -> K09T05Z KRA039 = K10A02J ( 5 days) -> K02PH6R KRA064 = K10S08R ( 1 day ) -> K03A2E KRA066 = K10S11U ( 1 day ) -> K05Up7H K02GI6M = K10X19F K02RS1Y = K11H40V K10A02P = (462725)
KRA034 (2009-12-20) = 2005 YX118 (63
KRA046 (2010-02-16) = 2005 YQ81 (45 days)
KRA053 (2010-03-16) = 2007 TC161 (32 days)
KRA063 (2010-09-13) = 2010 MN37 (1 day)
KRA073 (2010-11-02) = 2010 TM175 (5 days)