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(184212) 2004 PB112

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Discovery date  13 August 2004
Minor planet category  SDO 4:27 resonance
Orbital period  1,105 years
Absolute magnitude  7.3
MPC designation  2004 PB112
Observation arc  2986 days (8.18 yr)
Discovered  13 August 2004
Discoverer  Marc William Buie
Aphelion  177.16 AU (26.503 Tm) (Q)
Perihelion  35.340 AU (5.2868 Tm) (q)
Discovery site  Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory
Minor planet category  Resonant trans-Neptunian object
Similar  S/2015 (136472) 1, Nix, Hydra

(184212) 2004 PB112, also written as 2004 PB112, is a scattered-disc object with a semi-major axis of about 110 AU.

2004 PB112 reached perihelion on 2011-10-05 (JD 2455839.806).

References

(184212) 2004 PB112 Wikipedia


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