11896 Camelbeeck

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11986 Camelbeeck
Name
Name Camelbeeck
Designation 1991 GP6
Discovery
Discoverer Eric Walter Elst
Discovery date April 8, 1991
Orbital elements
Epoch October 27, 2007 (JDCT 2454400.5)
Eccentricity (e) 0.1640485
Semimajor axis (a) 2.4065528 AU
Perihelion (q) 2.0117614 AU
Aphelion (Q) 2.8013442 AU
Orbital period (P) 3.73 a
Inclination (i) 1.99692°
Longitude of the ascending node (Ω) 193.54802°
Argument of Perihelion (ω) 32.05119°
Mean anomaly (M) 138.99431°

11896 Camelbeeck is a main belt asteroid with a perihelion of 1.9836232 AU. It has an eccentricity of 0.1640485 and an orbital period of 1363.6141533 days (3.73 years).[1]

Caesar has an average orbital speed of 19.19899816 km/s and a tilt of 1.99701°.

The asteroid was discovered on April 8, 1991 by Eric Walter Elst.

This asteroid was named after Thierry Camelbeeck, a seismologist.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "JPL Small-Body Database Browser". NASA. Retrieved 2008-01-05.