|Discovered by Marc W. Buie|
MPC designation (69986) 1998 WW24
Minor planet category TNO (plutino)
Discovered 18 November 1998
Argument of perihelion 146.85°
|Discovery date 18 November 1998|
Alternative names none
Observation arc 3598 days (9.85 yr)
Mean anomaly 42.708°
Discoverer Marc William Buie
|Discovery site Kitt Peak National Observatory|
(69986) 1998 WW24, also written as (69986) 1998 WW24, is a Trans-Neptunian object that resides in the Kuiper Belt. Since it is in a 2:3 orbital resonance with the planet Neptune, it is classified as a plutino.
It was discovered on November 18, 1998, by Marc W. Buie at the Kitt Peak National Observatory.