|Discovered by M. Antal|
MPC designation (7641) 1986 TT6
Discovered 5 October 1986
Asteroid group Jupiter trojan
|Discovery date 5 October 1986|
Observation arc 40.77 yr (14,893 days)
Absolute magnitude 9.3
Discoverer Milan Antal
|Alternative names 1986 TT6 · 1975 VT5
1975 XS4 · 1986 VP5
1991 HY · 1996 RN26|
Minor planet category Jupiter trojan (Greek camp)
Discovery site Piwnice Astronomical Observatory
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(7641) 1986 TT6 is a carbonaceous Jupiter trojan asteroid in the Greek camp (L4 Lagrangian Point), approximately 69 kilometers in diameter. It was discovered on 5 October 1986, by Slovak astronomer Milan Antal at the Toruń Centre for Astronomy in Piwnice, Poland.
(7641) 1986 TT6 is a medium-sized asteroid. It has a slow rotation of 22.77 hours. Its low albedo suggests that it is a carbonaceous asteroid. It is classified as a D-type asteroid by Pan-STARRS' large-scale survey.