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29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann

Date of perihelion passage : 2019-3-13.5709
Perihelion distance : 5.766438 AU
Inclination to ecliptic : 9.3730 °
Orbital period : 14.76 years
Eccentricity : 0.042078

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


On 2017 Sep 20 20h45 UT by Patrick Ditz


(Copyright Patrick Ditz)

Nuclear magnitude (m2)17
m2 standard deviation0.1
Aperture radius used for m27.5 "
Coma diameter2.5 '
r (dist/Sun) 5.819 AU
d (dist/Earth) 5.035 AU
Right ascension21 06 55.35 h m s
Declination-14 44 22.1 ° ' "
MPC report
COD K97
CON P. Ditz [patrick.ditz@wanadoo.fr]
OBS P. Ditz
MEA P. Ditz
TEL 0.20-m f/7.4 reflector + CCD
ACK Report 29P 2017/09/20
AC2 patrick.ditz@wanadoo.fr
NET UCAC-4
0029P         C2017 09 20.86441 21 06 55.35 -14 44 22.1          16.9 N      K97
0029P         C2017 09 20.88784 21 06 54.99 -14 44 22.7          17.0 N      K97
0029P         C2017 09 20.90683 21 06 54.69 -14 44 23.4          17.1 N      K97
Instrumental configurationConfig1
InstrumentT200 F/D 7.4
Instrument typeNewton
Instrument aperture (0=naked eye)200 mm
Instrument focale length1480 mm
Instrument focale/diameter7.4
Filter(s)L
CameraATIK 460 EX
SensorCCD
Sensor size12.5x10.0 mm2
Sensor pixels number2749x2199
Sensor temperature-15 °C
Binning2x2
MountVMA300
Exposure total time2520 s
Exposure details21x120s
Air mass2.21
Observatory MPC codeK97
Location67130 Freconrupt
Reference stars catalogUCAC-4
Photometry|Astrometry softwarePRISM
Resulting picture sampling (scale)1.26 "/pix
Image processingPRISM
Observation submission date2017 Sep 21 19h55m51s
Observation modification date2017 Sep 21 20h02m56s

(Record n° 18265)

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