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110393 Rammstein

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Discovered by  Jean-Claude Merlin
Observation arc  5264 days (14.41 yr)
Discovered  11 October 2001
Argument of perihelion  222.315°
Discoverer  Jean-Claude Merlin
Asteroid group  Asteroid belt
Discovery date  11 October 2001
Eccentricity  0.0843888
Inclination  12.1508°
Mean anomaly  34.9802°
Discovery site  Le Creusot
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Aphelion  2.93908 AU (439.680 Gm)
Semi-major axis  2.710356 AU (405.4635 Gm)

110393 Rammstein is an asteroid (officially a minor planet) named after the German NDH-Metal band Rammstein. It was discovered by Jean-Claude Merlin.

(110393) Rammstein is in a 4.46-year elliptical orbit around the sun ranging in distance from 370.0 million km at perihelion to 440.7 million km at aphelion. The last perihelion passage occurred on 2011 Feb. 16.8 UT. The orbit is inclined by 12.1 degrees to the ecliptic plane. A telescope is required to see this minor planet as its maximum brightness is 1/48193 of the brightness of the faintest objects that can be seen with the naked eye. The Minor Planet Center officially announced the naming of the minor planet on February 23, 2006.


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