Asteroid: 2000 QJ1

Predicted positions for UKST plate 02JG, and POSS plates A08K, A15M and A09B, with length of trail in arcsecs. The predictor generates ephemerides for start, midth, and end of trail, along with the predicted magnitude.

     K00Q01J   1982 08 16.61602 22 51 05.81 +01 16 21.5 02JG     19.1        260
     K00Q01J   1982 08 16.63685 22 51 04.15 +01 16 09.7 02JG     19.1        260
     K00Q01J   1982 08 16.65769 22 51 02.48 +01 15 57.9 02JG     19.1        260
                      -49.84"        -23.6"        55.2"

     K00Q01J   1988 08 12.31597 22 41 17.06 +01 01 03.3 A08K     19.0        261
     K00Q01J   1988 08 12.34028 22 41 15.09 +01 00 49.8 A08K     19.0        261
     K00Q01J   1988 08 12.36458 22 41 13.12 +01 00 36.2 A08K     19.0        261
                      -59.01"        -27.1"        64.9"

     K00Q01J   1990 07 24.41806 22 58 13.56 +02 59 57.8 A15M     19.4        261
     K00Q01J   1990 07 24.44237 22 58 12.31 +02 59 51.5 A15M     19.4        261
     K00Q01J   1990 07 24.46667 22 58 11.06 +02 59 45.1 A15M     19.4        261
                      -37.43"        -12.7"        39.5"

     K00Q01J   1990 08 17.31806 22 29 40.01 -00 01 45.8 A09B     18.9        261
     K00Q01J   1990 08 17.33889 22 29 38.21 -00 01 58.8 A09B     18.9        261
     K00Q01J   1990 08 17.35973 22 29 36.42 -00 02 11.8 A09B     18.9        261
                      -53.79"        -26.0"        59.7"

Actually measured positions.


     K00Q01J   1982 08 16.61602 22 21 13.82 -00 25 40.4 02JG                 260
     K00Q01J   1982 08 16.65769 22 21 10.10 -00 26 08.2 02JG                 260

     K00Q01J   1988 08 12.31597 22 20 05.55 -00 07 56.4 A08K                 261
     K00Q01J   1988 08 12.36458 22 20 01.93 -00 08 23.1 A08K                 261

     K00Q01J   1990 07 24.41806 22 42 34.16 +02 17 31.3 A15M                 261
     K00Q01J   1990 07 24.46667 22 42 31.13 +02 17 16.3 A15M                 261

     K00Q01J   1990 08 17.31806 22 11 06.04 -01 03 45.2 A09B                 261
     K00Q01J   1990 08 17.35973 22 11 02.19 -01 04 11.1 A09B                 261


DSS image of 2000 QJ1 from August 16, 1982 on UKST plate 02JG

DSS image of 2000 QJ1 from August 12, 1988 on POSS plate A08K

DSS image of 2000 QJ1 from July 24, 1990 on POSS plate A15M

DSS image of 2000 QJ1 from August 17, 1990 on POSS plate A09B

Link to the MPEC which published the improved orbit. All trails have been independently found also by the ANEOPP team.