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    M.P.E.C. 2013-J46                                Issued 2013 May 12, 12:49 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.
    
                 Prepared using the Tamkin Foundation Computer Network
    
                                  MPC@CFA.HARVARD.EDU
                URL https://www.minorplanetcenter.net/    ISSN 1523-6714
    
                                       2013 JT17
    
    Observations:
         K13J17T* C2013 05 09.41096 15 09 01.829-08 26 34.58         21.8 wLEJ046F51
         K13J17T  C2013 05 09.42493 15 09 01.386-08 27 27.68         21.6 wLEJ046F51
         K13J17T  C2013 05 09.43890 15 09 00.986-08 28 20.89         21.6 wLEJ046F51
         K13J17T  C2013 05 09.45287 15 09 00.557-08 29 13.93         21.6 wLEJ046F51
         K13J17T KC2013 05 10.39344 15 08 48.34 -09 31 16.4          21.1 RoEJ046291
         K13J17T KC2013 05 10.39795 15 08 48.21 -09 31 35.0          20.6 RoEJ046291
         K13J17T KC2013 05 12.42388 15 08 20.89 -12 00 46.2                oEJ046291
         K13J17T KC2013 05 12.42595 15 08 20.84 -12 00 55.3                oEJ046291
    
    Observer details:
    291 LPL/Spacewatch II.  Observers R. S. McMillan, T. H. Bressi.  1.8-m f/2.7
        reflector + CCD.
    F51 Pan-STARRS 1, Haleakala.  Observers N. Primak, A. Schultz, S. Watters,
        T. Goggia.  Measurer PS1 Science Consortium.  1.8-m Ritchey-Chretien
        + CCD.
    
    Orbital elements:
    2013 JT17                                                Earth MOID = 0.0989 AU
    Epoch 2013 Apr. 18.0 TT = JDT 2456400.5                 MPC
    M 342.51169              (2000.0)            P               Q
    n   0.25725601     Peri.  223.08324     +0.11649121     +0.97575502
    a   2.4484563      Node    54.44962     -0.83811146     +0.19667776
    e   0.5736289      Incl.   13.16394     -0.53291554     -0.09602085
    P   3.83           H   24.2           G   0.15           U   8
    Residuals in seconds of arc
    130509 F51  0.2+  0.1-    130509 F51  0.1-  0.1+    130512 291  0.1-  0.3-
    130509 F51  0.2-  0.0     130510 291  0.1+  0.1+    130512 291  0.0   0.3+
    130509 F51  0.1+  0.0     130510 291  0.0   0.1-
    
    Ephemeris:
    2013 JT17                a,e,i = 2.45, 0.57, 13                  q = 1.0440
    Date    TT    R. A. (2000) Decl.     Delta      r     Elong.  Phase     V
    2013 04 12    15 06 08.8 +03 48 57   0.4113  1.3770   151.1    20.6    24.0
    ...
    2013 04 27    15 09 49.2 +00 06 45   0.2778  1.2724   161.0    14.9    22.8
    ...
    2013 05 05    15 09 40.8 -04 28 08   0.2172  1.2212   167.1    10.6    22.0
    ...
    2013 05 11    15 08 42.2 -10 13 00   0.1770  1.1856   172.4     6.5    21.3
    2013 05 12    15 08 28.9 -11 27 03   0.1708  1.1800   173.2     5.8    21.2
    2013 05 13    15 08 14.8 -12 46 51   0.1648  1.1744   173.9     5.3    21.1
    ...
    2013 05 19    15 06 38.6 -23 11 55   0.1326  1.1428   170.9     8.1    20.7
    ...
    2013 05 27    15 04 30.4 -45 23 00   0.1044  1.1063   151.9    25.6    20.7
    ...
    2013 06 11    02 44 29.3 -84 43 03   0.1169  1.0590   108.9    65.1    22.0
    
    A. U. Tomatic                (C) Copyright 2013 MPC           M.P.E.C. 2013-J46
    

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