|Discovered by H. Debehogne|
MPC designation (9935) 1986 CP1
Observation arc 22351 days (61.19 yr)
Absolute magnitude 13.5
Discoverer Henri Debehogne
Asteroid group Asteroid belt
|Discovery date 4 February 1986|
Alternative names 1977 AE2, 1978 NL1
Discovered 4 February 1986
Discovery site La Silla Observatory
|Minor planet category main belt, Nohavica family|
(9935) 1986 CP1 is a main belt asteroid. It orbits the Sun once every 4.34 years. It is associated with the Nohavica family (originally called the 1982 QG family) of asteroids.
Discovered on February 4, 1986, by Henri Debehogne at the La Silla Observatory, it was given the provisional designation "1986 CP1".