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Note number : 0070 P/Chernykh : 101P

Introduction

The following improved orbital elements, are from 367 observations 2005 July 10 to 2007 February 13. Perturbations by all nine planets were taken into account, but not the relativity effect of the Sun.

The mean residual is 0.42 arc second.

Elements

Orbital elements given with respect to the mean ecliptic and equinox of J2000.
Epoch : 2005 December 25 at 0h TT, julian day 2453729.5.

Perihelion passage (T) 2005 December 25.31314 TT ±0.00000 TT
Argument of perihelion (ω) 263.1593482° ±0.0002050°
>Longitude of the node (Ω) 130.2763019° ۪.0001843°
Inclinaison (i) 5.0791947° ±0.0000126°
Perihelion distance (q) 2.3505310 ua ±0.0000014 ua
Eccentricity (e) 0.5938855 ±0.0000027
Semimajor axis (a) 5.7878532 ua ±0.0000417 ua
Mean motion (n) 0.07078281°/jour ±0.00000076°/jour
Period (P) 13.925 years ±0.0001504 (0.0549 day)

Formulæ for magnitudes

Total magnitude :
m1 = H1 + 5log(Δ) + 10 log(r) avec H1 = 11.66± 0.07 calculé à l'aide de 97 observation(s).
Nuclear magnitude :
m2 = H2 + 5log(Δ) + 5 log(r) avec H2 = 13.37±0.01 calculé à l'aide de 115 observation(s).

Elements for the next transit through perihelion

Epoch :2020 January 13 at 0h TT, julian day 2458861.5 TT.

T =2020 January 13.12656 TT.
q :2.3450630 ua (J2000) P Q
n : 0.07060953°/jour ω : 277.7216267° +0.82624081 -0.55774743
a : 5.7973186 ua Ω : 116.2108769° +0.54530906 +0.75673535
e : 0.5954918 i : 5.0528657° +0.14129456 +0.34098301
P =13.96 years

Contact

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