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    M.P.E.C. 2002-J25                                Issued 2002 May 8, 00:57 UT
    
         The Minor Planet Electronic Circulars contain information on unusual
             minor planets and routine data on comets.  They are published
       on behalf of Commission 20 of the International Astronomical Union by the
              Minor Planet Center, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory,
                              Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A.
    
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                                       2002 JE9
    
    Observations:
         K02J09E* C2002 05 06.21022 11 55 36.89 +17 12 16.7          19.1        704
         K02J09E  C2002 05 06.22245 11 55 40.00 +17 11 58.7          19.6        704
         K02J09E  C2002 05 06.23474 11 55 43.15 +17 11 39.1          19.4        704
         K02J09E  C2002 05 06.24699 11 55 46.29 +17 11 21.6          19.4        704
         K02J09E  C2002 05 06.88074 11 58 34.31 +16 55 16.4                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 06.88185 11 58 34.56 +16 55 14.9                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 06.88285 11 58 34.80 +16 55 13.9                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 06.88403 11 58 35.07 +16 55 11.5                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 06.88484 11 58 35.06 +16 55 12.4                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.17735 11 59 50.62 +16 48 06.6          19.4 R      858
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.18054 11 59 51.34 +16 48 02.8          20.1 R      858
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.18378 11 59 52.04 +16 47 56.9          19.7 R      858
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.18671 11 59 52.96 +16 47 55.4          20.4 R      651
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.18801 11 59 53.24 +16 47 53.2          20.1 R      651
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.18939 11 59 53.64 +16 47 52.5          20.2 R      651
         K02J09E 1C2002 05 07.20936 11 59 58.85 +16 47 10.9                      658
         K02J09E 1C2002 05 07.21162 11 59 59.40 +16 47 07.8                      658
         K02J09E 1C2002 05 07.21367 11 59 59.90 +16 47 04.7                      658
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.84529 12 02 35.84 +16 31 48.6          18.3 R      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.84596 12 02 36.06 +16 31 48.0                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.84675 12 02 36.16 +16 31 47.5                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.84748 12 02 36.35 +16 31 45.9                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.84830 12 02 36.49 +16 31 44.2                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.84911 12 02 36.76 +16 31 42.8                      246
         K02J09E  C2002 05 07.85082 12 02 37.11 +16 31 40.6                      246
    
    Observer details:
    246 Klet Observatory-KLENOT.  Observers J. Ticha, M. Tichy.  1.06-m KLENOT
        telescope + CCD.
    651 Grasslands Observatory, Tucson.  Observer J. E. McGaha.  0.62-m f/5.1
        reflector + CCD.
    658 National Research Council of Canada.  Observers J. Clem, J. Stoesz.
        Measurer D. D. Balam.  1.82-m Plaskett reflector + CCD.
    704 Lincoln Laboratory ETS, New Mexico.  Observers M. Blythe, F. Shelly,
        M. Bezpalko, R. Huber, L. Manguso, S. Adams, J. Piscitelli.  Measurers
        J. Stuart, R. Sayer, J. B. Evans, H. Viggh.  1.0-m f/2.15 reflector + CCD.
    858 Tebbutt Observatory, Edgewood.  Observer F. B. Zoltowski.  0.3-m f/3.3
        Schmidt-Cassegrain + CCD.
    
    Orbital elements:
    2002 JE9                                                             PHA 0.005
    Epoch 2002 May 6.0 TT = JDT 2452400.5                   MPC
    M  72.16026              (2000.0)            P               Q
    n   0.87107928     Peri.  256.26823     -0.10300407     -0.99321694
    a   1.0858361      Node   199.88493     +0.96287404     -0.08595797
    e   0.4294738      Incl.    9.12600     +0.24952704     -0.07830292
    P   1.13           H   21.4           G   0.15
    From 25 observations 2002 May 6-7.
    
    Ephemeris:
    2002 JE9                 a,e,i = 1.09, 0.43, 9                   q = 0.6195
    Date    TT    R. A. (2000) Decl.     Delta      r     Elong.  Phase     V
    2002 04 26    10 41.61   +22 36.7    0.127    1.070   116.9    57.0    19.1
    2002 05 06    11 54.66   +17 17.9    0.206    1.139   125.0    46.5    20.0
    2002 05 16    12 28.89   +13 40.5    0.296    1.204   124.6    43.7    20.8
    2002 05 26    12 51.14   +10 48.8    0.392    1.263   121.6    43.1    21.5
    2002 06 05    13 08.89   +08 17.2    0.493    1.317   117.5    43.1    22.1
    2002 06 15    13 24.93   +05 55.2    0.598    1.365   112.9    43.3    22.6
    
    Timothy B. Spahr             (C) Copyright 2002 MPC           M.P.E.C. 2002-J25
    

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