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(432949) 2012 HH2

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Discovered by  T. Vorobjov (H20)
MPC designation  2012 HH2
Observation arc  5049 days (13.82 yr)
Discovered  19 April 2012
Discoverer  Tomáš Vorobjov
Discovery date  19 April 2012
Minor planet category  TNO Centaur (DES)
Orbital period  208 years
Absolute magnitude  6.4
Asteroid group  Centaur
(432949) 2012 HH2

Aphelion  41.045 AU (6.1402 Tm) (Q)
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(432949) 2012 HH2 is a trans-Neptunian object (TNO) and weak dwarf planet candidate. It was discovered by Tomáš Vorobjov from images taken on the night of April 19, 2012 at the Astronomical Research Observatory (H21). The object has been observed forty-two times over two oppositions. It is currently 29.8 AU from the Sun.


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