(126155) 2001 YJ140
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|Discovered by||Michael E. Brown, Chad Trujillo, Glenn Smith|
|Discovery date||December 20, 2001|
|MPC designation||(126155) 2001 YJ140|
(126155) 2001 YJ140, also written as (126155) 2001 YJ140, is a trans-neptunian object discovered on December 20, 2001 by C. A. Trujillo, M. E. Brown, Glenn Smith.
Orbit and rotation
The orbit of (126155) 2001 YJ140 has a semimajor axis of 42.396 AU and an orbital period of about 249 years. Perihelion leads to 27.881 AU from the Sun and its aphelion in the distance of 51.348 AU.
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