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C/2015 ER61 (PANSTARRS)

Date of perihelion passage : 2017-5-9.9447
Perihelion distance : 1.042142 AU
Inclination to ecliptic : 6.3488 °
Orbital period : 7551.00 years
Eccentricity : 0.997339

NASA/JPL elements, ephemeris and orbit diagram
IAU/MPC elements and ephemeris


On 2017 Sep 03 01h30 UT by Jean-Benoit de Vanssay


(Copyright Jean-Benoit de Vanssay)

Nuclear magnitude (m2)15.3
m2 standard deviation0.2
Aperture radius used for m28.8 "
r (dist/Sun) 2.075 AU
d (dist/Earth) 1.674 AU
Right ascension03 57 41.18 h m s
Declination+23 28 11.2 ° ' "
MPC report
COD A58
OBS J. B. de Vanssay
MEA J. B. de Vanssay
TEL 0.16-m f/3.3 reflector + CCD
ACK MPCReport file updated 2017.09.03 23:34:05
AC2 jbdv@club-internet.fr
NET UCAC-4
    CK15E61R KC2017 09 03.06271 03 57 41.18 +23 28 11.2          15.2 N      A58
    CK15E61R KC2017 09 03.07588 03 57 41.43 +23 28 10.1          15.6 N      A58
    CK15E61R KC2017 09 03.08995 03 57 41.80 +23 28 09.0          15.2 N      A58
InstrumentE-180
Instrument typeNewton
Instrument aperture (0=naked eye)160 mm
Instrument focale length528 mm
Instrument focale/diameter3.3
Filter(s)None
CameraATIK 460EX
SensorCCD
Sensor temperature-5 °C
Binning1x1
MountG11
TrackingNo
AutoguideYes
Exposure total time2820 s
Exposure details47x1mn
Sky transparency (naked eye max mag)3
Observatory MPC codeA58
LocationMontgeron
Reference stars catalogUCAC-4
Photometry|Astrometry softwareASTROMETRICA
Resulting picture sampling (scale)1.77 "/pix
Observation submission date2017 Sep 04 07h49m29s
Observation modification date2017 Sep 04 22h07m29s

(Record n° 18190)

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