(7751) 1988 UA

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(7751) 1988 UA is a main-belt minor planet. It was discovered by Seiji Ueda and Hiroshi Kaneda in Kushiro, Hokkaidō, Japan, on October 16, 1988.[1]

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1988 UA is reasonably close to Earth, at an average distance of 2.62 astronomical units (AU). 1988 UA is now slightly over 2 AU from the sun; its distance ranges from 2.94 2.94 AU at aphelion to 2 AU at perihelion. Its orbital period is 3.89 years. This asteroid was identified in 1988, and the orbit was determined using data including pre-discovery observations going back to 1971. It is also known as 1992 UL3.

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