|Discovery date 30 August 2005|
Minor planet category TNO (SDO)
|MPC designation 2005 QU182|
Observation arc 13642 days (37.35 yr)
|Discovered by M. E. Brown
D. L. Rabinowitz
C. A. Trujillo|
Aphelion 184.19 AU (27.554 Tm) (Q)
(303775) 2005 QU182, also written as (303775) 2005 QU182, is a trans-Neptunian object with a bright absolute magnitude of 3.5. Mike Brown lists it as probably a dwarf planet.
It came to perihelion in 1971 and is currently 51.8 AU from the Sun. In April 2013, it moved beyond 50 AU from the Sun.
It has been observed 81 times over 10 oppositions with precovery images back to 1974.