1999 FN19

(1999 FN19 )

Discovery Circumstances:

LINEAR - Lincoln Laboratory ETS, New Mexico

20 Mar 1999

(1)

Orbital Type:

AM

(*)

Taxonomic Type:

Sq

( 2)

Albedo:

-

-

Diameter:(km)

95 - 213 m

($)

H:(mag)

22.50

(#)

G:

0.15

(#)

U-B:(mag)

-

-

B-V:(mag)

-

-

V-R:(mag)

-

-

R-I:(mag)

-

-

Rotation Period:(hrs)

3.5

( 3)

Quality:

1 !

( 3)

Lightcurve Amplitude:(mag)

0.1

( 3)

Spin Vector:

-

-

Sense of Rotation:

-

-

Radar Observations:

Y

( 4)

Spectral Observations:

Y

( 5)

IR Observations:

-

-

Remarks

* - orbital type derived from osculating orbital elements

$ - diameter range derived from H and assumed albedo for C and S type - 0.04 and 0.20 respectively

# - absolute magnitude H derived from astrometric observation via orbit determination - G value assumed to be 0.15

! - quality code according to Lagerkvist et al. (1989) in "Asteroids II" (Eds. R.P.Binzel et al.), Univ.Ariz.Press, Tucson, USA, pp. 1162-1179.

References

( 1) M.P.E.C. 1999-F27

(002) Binzel, R.P. et al. (2004) Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 39, 351-366. (Dynamical and compositional assessment of near-Earth object mission targets) (new spectra and taxonomy of 22 NEOs)

(003) Petr Pravec's Ondrejov NEO Photometric Program Webpage "Prepublished Periods"

(004) JPL's NEO Radar Detection Program Webpage

(005) Binzel, R.P. et al. (2004) Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 39, 351-366. (Dynamical and compositional assessment of near-Earth object mission targets) (new spectra and taxonomy of 22 NEOs)


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