Asteroid: 1994 JC

Predicted positions for UKST plate 039C with length of trail in arcsecs and. The predictor generates ephemerides for start, midth, and end of trail, along with the predicted magnitude.

     J94J00C   1976 07 02.67048 20 58 45.27 -60 26 28.6 039C     20.7        413
     J94J00C   1976 07 02.69131 20 58 43.68 -60 26 38.4 039C     20.7        413
     J94J00C   1976 07 02.71215 20 58 42.08 -60 26 48.2 039C     20.7        413
                      -23.56"        -19.7"        30.7"

Actually measured positions, only end of trail measureable

     J94J00C 2P1976 07 02.71215 20 59 13.60 -60 25 01.0 039C                 413
Predicted positions and magnitude for the recovery attempt at Starkenburg (611) for the times of actually performed observations.
     J94J00C   1999 11 16.04882 08 06 28.18 +55 39 26.3          19.5        611
     J94J00C   1999 11 16.08200 08 06 30.85 +55 40 02.2          19.5        611

Actually measured positions on five CCD frames

     J94J00C  C1999 11 16.04882 08 06 04.70 +55 39 45.8                      611
     J94J00C  C1999 11 16.05406 08 06 05.21 +55 39 50.7                      611
     J94J00C  C1999 11 16.06361 08 06 05.81 +55 40 03.3          19.2 V      611
     J94J00C  C1999 11 16.06840 08 06 06.44 +55 40 09.0                      611
     J94J00C  C1999 11 16.08200 08 06 07.15 +55 40 21.0                      611
Link to the M.P.E.C. which published the improved orbit.

DSS image of 1994 JC from July 2, 1976 on UKST plate 039C

Animation of 1994 JC from CCD frames taken on November 16, 1999.