131186 Pauluckas

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131186 Pauluckas
Discovered by Paulo R. Holvorcem, Michael Schwartz
Discovery site Tenagra II Observatory
Discovery date February 16, 2001
MPC designation 131186 Pauluckas
Named after
Paul Luckas
2001 DS
main-belt minor planet
Orbital characteristics
Aphelion 3.0448079 AU (455,496,778.531 km)
Perihelion 2.3805745 AU (356,128,876.243 km)
2.7126912 AU (405,812,827.387 km)
Eccentricity 0.1224307
1631.9203623 days
4.47 years
Inclination 4.49235°
Physical characteristics

131186 Pauluckas (provisional designation: 2001 DS) is a main-belt minor planet. It was discovered by Paulo R. Holvorcem and Michael Schwartz at the Tenagra II Observatory in Nogales, Arizona, on February 16, 2001. It is named after Paul Luckas, an Australian amateur astronomer.

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