Asteroid: 2000 PJ6

Predicted positions for POSS plates SO641, A181 and A27H with length of trail in arcsecs. The predictor generates ephemerides for start, midth, and end of trail, along with the predicted magnitude.

     K00P06J   1951 09 09.27778 22 43 19.25 +00 33 21.9 SO641    18.4        261
     K00P06J   1951 09 09.28125 22 43 18.76 +00 33 21.9 SO641    18.4        261
     K00P06J   1951 09 09.28472 22 43 18.26 +00 33 21.9 SO641    18.4        261
                      -14.82"          0.0"        14.8"

     K00P06J   1994 01 10.14792 04 21 26.77 +71 39 45.4 A181     17.4        261
     K00P06J   1994 01 10.16528 04 21 19.08 +71 39 26.8 A181     17.4        261
     K00P06J   1994 01 10.18264 04 21 11.39 +71 39 08.3 A181     17.4        261
                      -72.60"        -37.1"        81.5"

     K00P06J   1996 12 20.45069 10 09 28.18 +59 03 42.3 A27H     18.0        261
     K00P06J   1996 12 20.46979 10 09 32.16 +59 03 59.8 A27H     18.0        261
     K00P06J   1996 12 20.48888 10 09 36.15 +59 04 17.4 A27H     18.0        261
                       61.42"         35.1"        70.8"

Actually measured positions, from all found plates.

     K00P06J   1951 09 09.27778 22 43 09.87 +00 31 31.1 SO641                261
     K00P06J   1951 09 09.28472 22 43 08.87 +00 31 31.8 SO641                261

     K00P06J   1994 01 10.14792 04 21 24.16 +71 39 42.1 A181                 261
     K00P06J   1994 01 10.18264 04 21 08.79 +71 39 05.4 A181                 261

     K00P06J   1996 12 20.45069 10 09 28.98 +59 03 51.4 A27H                 261
     K00P06J   1996 12 20.48888 10 09 36.27 +59 04 28.2 A27H                 261

DSS image of 2000 PJ6 from September 9, 1951 on POSS I blue plate SO641

DSS image of 2000 PJ6 from January 10, 1994 on POSS plate A181

DSS image of 2000 PJ6 from December 20, 1996 on POSS plate A27H

Link to the MPEC which published the improved orbit.