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(336756) 2010 NV1

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Discovered by  WISE
Discovery date  1 July 2010
Alternative names  2010 NV1
Discovered  1 July 2010
Apparent magnitude  22
Discovery site  space-based
MPC designation  (336756) 2010 NV1
Minor planet category  Distant  · TNO  · SDO
Absolute magnitude  10.6
Similar  2012 DR30, 2007 TG422, (148209) 2000 CR105, 2012 VP113, Hi'iaka

(336756) 2010 NV1, provisional designation 2010 NV1, is a highly eccentric trans-Neptunian object in the scattered disc, approximately 44 kilometers in diameter. It is on a retrograde cometary orbit. It has a barycentric semi-major axis (average distance from the Sun) of ~286 AU.

It came to perihelion in December 2010 at a distance of 9.4 AU from the Sun. As of 2016, it is 14 AU from the Sun.

It will not be 50 AU from the Sun until late 2044. After leaving the planetary region of the Solar System, 2010 NV1 will have a barycentric aphelion of 563 AU with an orbital period of 4830 years.

In a 10 million year integration of the orbit, the nominal (best-fit) orbit and both 3-sigma clones remain outside 7.7AU (qmin) from the Sun.

References

(336756) 2010 NV1 Wikipedia


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