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    M.P.E.C. 2002-K11                                Issued 2002 May 17, 19:00 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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              URL http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/iau/mpc.html  ISSN 1523-6714
    
                                      2002 JE109
    
    Observations:
         K02JA9E* C2002 05 11.29846 15 41 56.22 -24 14 29.6          19.5        704
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 11.31303 15 41 55.50 -24 14 45.2          19.0        704
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 11.32763 15 41 54.79 -24 15 02.0          19.0        704
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 11.34222 15 41 54.00 -24 15 18.9          19.3        704
         K02JA9E 1C2002 05 11.99909 15 41 23.77 -24 28 02.7                      950
         K02JA9E 1C2002 05 12.00048 15 41 23.73 -24 28 04.4                      950
         K02JA9E 1C2002 05 12.00192 15 41 23.63 -24 28 06.2                      950
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.31375 15 41 08.58 -24 34 10.8          19.8 R      858
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.31691 15 41 08.43 -24 34 13.3          19.8 R      858
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.32015 15 41 08.25 -24 34 16.0          19.6 R      858
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.97102 15 40 37.30 -24 46 52.4                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.97242 15 40 37.16 -24 46 53.6                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.97367 15 40 37.08 -24 46 55.0                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.97501 15 40 37.00 -24 46 56.1                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.97635 15 40 37.04 -24 46 58.8                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.97769 15 40 37.00 -24 47 00.0                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 12.97889 15 40 36.88 -24 47 01.4                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 13.96870 15 39 49.00 -25 06 02.6                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 13.97420 15 39 48.74 -25 06 09.2                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 13.97584 15 39 48.68 -25 06 11.0                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 13.97718 15 39 48.55 -25 06 12.9                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 13.97840 15 39 48.51 -25 06 13.4                      246
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 16.31229 15 37 53.37 -25 50 32.8          19.4        704
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 16.34230 15 37 51.66 -25 51 06.6          19.1        704
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 16.35725 15 37 50.79 -25 51 22.7          19.2        704
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 17.24322 15 37 07.25 -26 08 00.2          20.3 R      651
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 17.24679 15 37 06.90 -26 08 04.0          20.0 R      651
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 17.25013 15 37 06.81 -26 08 08.4          20.0 R      651
         K02JA9E  C2002 05 17.29346 15 37 04.35 -26 08 57.4          18.8 R      711
         K02JA9E IC2002 05 17.30038 15 37 03.81 -26 09 05.0                      711
         K02JA9E IC2002 05 17.30730 15 37 03.33 -26 09 08.4                      711
    
    Observer details:
    246 Klet Observatory-KLENOT.  Observers J. Ticha, M. Tichy, M. Kocer.  1.06-m
        KLENOT telescope + CCD.
    651 Grasslands Observatory, Tucson.  Observer J. E. McGaha.  0.62-m f/5.1
        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.
    711 McDonald Observatory.  Observer P. J. Shelus.  Measurer J. G. Ries.  0.76-m
        reflector + CCD.
    858 Tebbutt Observatory, Edgewood.  Observer F. B. Zoltowski.  0.3-m f/3.3
        Schmidt-Cassegrain + CCD.
    950 La Palma.  Observer T. Grav.  2.56-m Nordic Optical Telescope + CCD.
    
    Orbital elements:
    2002 JE109
    Epoch 2002 May 6.0 TT = JDT 2452400.5                   MPC
    M 359.54975              (2000.0)            P               Q
    n   0.16272349     Peri.  185.68424     -0.61017853     +0.77050183
    a   3.3227874      Node    46.88277     -0.71657178     -0.43743365
    e   0.4955335      Incl.   14.63373     -0.33794534     -0.46365800
    P   6.06           H   19.5           G   0.15
    From 31 observations 2002 May 11-17.
    
    Ephemeris:
    2002 JE109               a,e,i = 3.32, 0.50, 15                  q = 1.6762
    Date    TT    R. A. (2000) Decl.     Delta      r     Elong.  Phase     V
    2002 05 06    15 45.75   -22 30.5    0.680    1.676   165.8     8.5    20.4
    2002 05 16    15 38.15   -25 44.5    0.670    1.678   173.0     4.2    20.1
    2002 05 26    15 29.89   -28 43.6    0.680    1.684   168.0     7.2    20.3
    2002 06 05    15 23.07   -31 17.2    0.710    1.695   158.5    12.7    20.7
    2002 06 15    15 19.45   -33 21.8    0.758    1.712   149.2    17.7    21.0
    2002 06 25    15 20.11   -35 00.7    0.823    1.733   140.6    21.9    21.3
    2002 07 05    15 25.22   -36 18.6    0.901    1.758   132.9    25.1    21.7
    2002 07 15    15 34.49   -37 20.0    0.990    1.788   126.0    27.4    22.0
    
    Timothy B. Spahr             (C) Copyright 2002 MPC           M.P.E.C. 2002-K11
    

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