Asteroid: 2000 UR13

Predicted positions for POSS plates A08B and A1A2 with length of trail in arcsecs. The predictor generates ephemerides for start, midth, and end of trail, along with the predicted magnitude.

     K00U13R   1991 10 15.29167 01 13 53.35 +17 55 35.9 A08B     19.7        261
     K00U13R   1991 10 15.31077 01 13 51.96 +17 55 28.3 A08B     19.7        261
     K00U13R   1991 10 15.32986 01 13 50.57 +17 55 20.7 A08B     19.7        261
                      -39.64"        -15.2"        42.5"

     K00U13R   1995 12 01.39931 07 29 48.69 +27 46 35.4 A1A2     20.5        261
     K00U13R   1995 12 01.41320 07 29 48.21 +27 46 36.9 A1A2     20.5        261
     K00U13R   1995 12 01.42709 07 29 47.72 +27 46 38.3 A1A2     20.5        261
                      -12.93"          3.0"        13.3"

Actually measured positions.

     K00U13R V 1991 10 15.29167 01 14 12.08 +17 57 37.2 A08B                 261
     K00U13R V 1991 10 15.32986 01 14 09.24 +17 57 20.0 A08B                 261

     K00U13R F 1995 12 01.39931 07 30 01.50 +27 45 47.4 A1A2                 261
     K00U13R F 1995 12 01.42709 07 30 00.58 +27 45 49.0 A1A2                 261

DSS image of 2000 UR13 from October 15, 1991 on POSS plate A08B

DSS image of 2000 UR13 from December 1, 1995 on POSS plate A1A2

Link to the MPEC which published the improved orbit.


The additional idendity 2000 UR13 = 1934 FJ was found by G. Williams, MPC.