NEO 2011 TG2, orbit type: Aten


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The asteroid passed the Earth on September, 30 2011 ~00:00 UT in 0.0517 AU distance to Earth (=7,734,216 km = 4,805,819 miles)
The asteroid's Perihelion is close to the orbit of Mercury. Its period is 308.695 days.

Discovered by 703 Catalina Sky Survey on October, 3 2011;  published in M.P.E.C. 2011-T21   Issued 2011 Oct. 4, 02:16 UT

Minor planet center's orbital elements and Ephemeris,   JPL Small body database

NEO 2011 TG2  by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany   NEO 2011 TG2  by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

2011 TG2 by Bernhard Haeusler, 2011-10-03 B/W                                                                         100 stacked images                 JAVA orbit here: JPL Small body database

total basis: 100 x 10 sec. exposure, 2011-10-03 UT 23:37 - UT 00:12, 12" SCT  f-5.65 + CCD ST10XME
mag 15.8, velocity: 18.1"/min in PA 314.8  

NEO 2011 TG2  by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

The trails of the asteroid are visible in the center of the image.


   NEO 2011 TG2  by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

2011 TG2 by Bernhard Haeusler, 2011-10-03 

GIF animation 100 x 10 sec. = around 35 minutes in reality

total basis: 100 x 10 sec. exposure, 2011-10-03 UT 23:37 - UT 00:12, 12" SCT  f-5.65 + CCD ST10XME
mag 15.8, velocity: 18.1"/min in PA 314.8     


NEO 2011 TG2  by B82 Bernhard Haeusler, Germany

Light curve from 90 frames, performed with MaxIm DL 3.22.
The images are made with an IR/UV blocking filter, the reference magnitude of the star HIP 1513 comes from the V-band.
The magnitudes of the asteroid are showing the trend.

Values of the light curve of 2011 TG2 find here, please.


NEODyS Observations and Residuals of B82 Maidbronn

MPC observation computed with Astrometrica:

COD B82
OBS Bernhard Haeusler
TEL 0.30-m Schmidt-Cassegrain + CCD

NET CMC-14

K11T02G C2011 10 03.98631 00 18 43.33 -23 24 37.0 15.2 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 03.98731 00 18 41.98 -23 24 19.1 15.2 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 03.98751 00 18 41.74 -23 24 15.5 15.3 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 03.98850 00 18 40.37 -23 23 56.8 15.2 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 03.99403 00 18 33.00 -23 22 15.3 15.2 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 03.99422 00 18 32.69 -23 22 11.7 15.3 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 03.99580 00 18 30.57 -23 21 43.0 15.2 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 03.99600 00 18 30.31 -23 21 38.8 15.3 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 04.00271 00 18 21.31 -23 19 35.1 15.2 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 04.00291 00 18 21.01 -23 19 31.5 15.4 RwET021B82
K11T02G C2011 10 04.00350 00 18 20.22 -23 19 21.5 15.5 RwET021B82


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