(136120) 2003 LG7

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(136120) 2003 LG7
Discovery
Discovered by M. W. Buie[1]
Discovery date June 1, 2003
Designations
TNO
1:3 resonance[2][3]
Orbital characteristics
Aphelion 93.579 AU
Perihelion 32.445 AU
63.012 AU
Eccentricity 0.485
500.20 yr (182,698 d)[4]
7.6°
Inclination 20.1°
238.3°
342.5°
Physical characteristics
Dimensions 116 km (assumed)[5]
Albedo 0.09 (assumed)
7.9

(136120) 2003 LG7, also written as 2003 LG7, is a trans-Neptunian object that resides in the Kuiper belt. It was discovered on June 1, 2003 by Marc W. Buie. It is in a 1:3 orbital resonance with Neptune,[2][3] which means that for every one orbit that it makes, Neptune orbits 3 times.

The elongated orbit of "threetino" 2003 LG7 compared to Pluto and Neptune.

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