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    M.P.E.C. 2023-Q26                               Issued 2023 August 19, 14:09 UT
    
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                                    2022 QB37                                
    
    
                               Revision to MPEC 2022-R59                            
    
    Additional Observations:
         K22Q37B KC2021 08 07.56712601 09 58.679+20 00 03.95         23.32GVEQ026F51
         K22Q37B KC2021 09 05.56380404 11 10.022+16 15 22.39         22.00GVEQ026F52
         K22Q37B KB2023 08 18.29969 22 26 04.01 +14 48 50.5          20.6 rZEQ026734
         K22Q37B KB2023 08 18.31419 22 26 02.19 +14 48 29.8          20.6 rZEQ026734
         K22Q37B KB2023 08 18.32868 22 26 00.44 +14 48 09.2          20.7 rZEQ026734
    
    Observer details:
    734 Farpoint Observatory, Eskridge.  Observer G. Hug.  0.7-m f/3.5 reflector +
        CMO.
    F51 Pan-STARRS 1, Haleakala.  Observers J. Bulger, K. Chambers, T. Lowe, P.
        Minguez, A. Schultz, I. Smith.  Measurers S. Chastel, J. Fairlamb, M.
        Huber, Y. Ramanjooloo, R. Wainscoat, R. Weryk.  1.8-m Ritchey-Chretien +
        CCD.
    F52 Pan-STARRS 2, Haleakala.  Observers J. Bulger, K. Chambers, T. Dukes, T.
        Lowe, P. Minguez, A. Schultz, I. Smith.  Measurers S. Chastel, J.
        Fairlamb, M. Huber, Y. Ramanjooloo, R. Wainscoat, R. Weryk.  1.8-m
        Ritchey-Chretien + CCD.
    
    First and last observations above in comparison with prediction:
    Residuals in seconds of arc (or two decimals in degrees), reference and Delta-T
    210807 F51 0.05- 0.00-    230818 734 0.11- 0.03-    MPO750185   +0.01 days
    
    Orbital elements:
    2022 QB37                                                Earth MOID = 0.0302 AU
    Epoch 2023 Sept. 13.0 TT = JDT 2460200.5                Veres                   
    M 272.30717              (2000.0)            P               Q                  
    n   0.97029075     Peri.  295.97245     -0.22487255     -0.97371398             
    a   1.0104964      Node   166.86918     +0.94129519     -0.22669589             
    e   0.2529643      Incl.    9.17957     +0.25178503     -0.02213713             
    P   1.02           H   23.87          G   0.15           U   2                  
    Residuals in seconds of arc
    210807 F51  0.2-  0.0     220901 H21  0.1-  0.1+    220908 H21  0.4+  0.1-
    210905 F52  0.0   0.1+    220901 F51  0.0   0.0     220908 H21  0.4+  0.2-
    220831 F51  0.0   0.0     220901 F51  0.0   0.1-    220908 H21  0.2+  0.1-
    220831 F51  0.1+  0.1-    220901 F51  0.0   0.0     220917 I52  0.6+  0.2+
    220831 F51  0.0   0.0     220906 V06  0.2+  0.0     220917 I52  0.0   0.3+
    220831 F51  0.1-  0.0     220906 V06  0.1-  0.0     220917 I52  0.1-  0.1-
    220831 F51  0.1+  0.0     220906 V06  0.3-  0.3+    220918 I52  0.4-  0.1+
    220831 F51  0.1+  0.1-    220907 V06  0.1-  0.2+    220918 I52  0.1+  0.4-
    220831 F51  0.1+  0.1-    220907 V06  0.0   0.1+    220918 I52  0.2-  0.2-
    220831 F51  0.0   0.0     220907 V06  0.1-  0.1+    220920 F51  0.1+  0.1+
    220831 I93  1.6+  0.7-    220907 V06  0.1-  0.0     220920 F51  0.6+  0.2-
    220831 I93  0.1-  0.1-    220908 H21  0.1+  0.2-    220920 F51  0.3+  0.3-
    220831 I93  0.6-  0.0     220908 H21  0.0   0.0     220920 F51  0.0   0.2+
    220901 033  0.1-  0.0     220908 H21  0.0   0.0     220920 F51  0.4-  0.2+
    220901 033  0.5-  0.3+    220908 H21  0.1-  0.1-    220920 F51  0.1-  0.0
    220901 033  0.0   0.2-    220908 H21  0.0   0.2-    230818 734  0.1-  0.3-
    220901 H21  0.0   0.1-    220908 H21  0.1+  0.1-    230818 734  0.5-  0.4-
    220901 H21  0.1-  0.0     220908 H21  0.2+  0.1+    230818 734  0.1+  0.2-
    
    Ephemeris:
    2022 QB37                a,e,i = 1.01, 0.25, 9                   q = 0.7549
    Date    TT    R. A. (2000) Decl.     Delta      r    Elong.  Phase     V
    2023 07 20    22 40 48.5 +16 24 08   0.3212  1.2286   124.9    42.7    23.5
    ...
    2023 08 04    22 40 51.1 +17 24 04   0.2350  1.1958   136.4    35.8    22.6
    ...
    2023 08 12    22 34 55.2 +16 36 34   0.1925  1.1743   143.8    30.7    22.0
    ...
    2023 08 18    22 26 35.3 +14 56 12   0.1628  1.1564   150.1    25.9    21.4
    2023 08 19    22 24 48.9 +14 32 06   0.1581  1.1533   151.2    25.0    21.3
    2023 08 20    22 22 55.1 +14 05 29   0.1534  1.1501   152.3    24.1    21.2
    ...
    2023 08 26    22 08 43.9 +10 22 54   0.1272  1.1303   158.8    18.8    20.6
    ...
    2023 09 03    21 40 27.3 +01 32 50   0.09767 1.1018   161.2    17.2    19.9
    ...
    2023 09 18    19 59 31.0 -31 21 58   0.07037 1.0426   120.5    56.1    20.2
    
    A. U. Tomatic                (C) Copyright 2023 MPC           M.P.E.C. 2023-Q26
    


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