Asteroid: 2000 ES70

Predicted positions for UKST plate A0QN with length of trail in arcsecs. The predictor generates ephemerides for start, midth, and end of trail, along with the predicted magnitude.

     K00E70S   1989 10 28.40340 22 52 29.66 -17 50 24.8 A0QN     19.1        413
     K00E70S   1989 10 28.42597 22 52 29.94 -17 50 49.8 A0QN     19.1        413
     K00E70S   1989 10 28.44854 22 52 30.22 -17 51 14.8 A0QN     19.1        413
                        8.06"        -49.9"        50.6"

Actually measured positions, start and end of trail

     K00E70S  P1989 10 28.40340 22 52 03.68 -17 48 18.3 A0QN                 413
     K00E70S  P1989 10 28.44854 22 52 04.09 -17 49 06.5 A0QN                 413
Predicted positions for UKST plate A1TF with length of trail in arcsecs and pixel. The predictor generates ephemerides for start, midth, and end of trail, along with the predicted magnitude.
     K00E70S   1994 12 30.44526 03 21 38.98 -44 14 55.4 A1TF     18.4        413
     K00E70S   1994 12 30.46609 03 21 40.48 -44 14 38.3 A1TF     18.4        413
     K00E70S   1994 12 30.48693 03 21 41.98 -44 14 21.1 A1TF     18.4        413
                       32.24"         34.4"        47.1"

Actually measured positions, start and end of trail

     K00E70S  P1994 12 30.44526 03 21 06.21 -44 11 56.1 A1TF                 413
     K00E70S  P1994 12 30.48693 03 21 08.83 -44 11 22.3 A1TF                 413

Additional observations by Matthias Busch and Reiner Stoss from Starkenburg Observatory, which allowed the search area for the DSS archive search to be narrowed.

     K00E70S  C2000 04 20.85451 11 34 46.38 +17 53 21.6                      611
     K00E70S  C2000 04 20.85903 11 34 46.43 +17 53 25.4                      611
     K00E70S  C2000 04 20.86322 11 34 46.52 +17 53 28.4                      611

Link to the M.P.E.C. which published the improved orbit.

DSS image of 2000 ES70 from October 28, 1989 on UKST plate A0QN

DSS image of 2000 ES70 from December 30, 1994 on UKST plate A1TF