131762 Csonka

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131762 Csonka
Discovery
Discovered by Krisztián Sárneczky, Zsuzsanna Heiner
Discovery site Piszkéstető Station
Discovery date January 11, 2002
Designations
MPC designation 131762 Csonka
Named after János Csonka
Alternative names 2002 AD11
Minor planet category main-belt minor planet
Orbital characteristics
Aphelion 3.0918654 AU (462,536,480.331 km)
Perihelion 1.989246 AU (297,586,965.898 km)
Semi-major axis 2.5405557 AU (380,061,723.115 km)
Eccentricity 0.2170036
Orbital period 1479.0794686 days
4.05 years
Mean anomaly 51.69234°
Inclination 4.56014°
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude (H) 16.5

131762 Csonka (provisional designation: 2002 AD11) is a main-belt minor planet. It was discovered by Krisztián Sárneczky and Zsuzsanna Heiner at the Piszkéstető Station in the Mátra mountains of Hungary on January 11, 2002. It is named after János Csonka, a Hungarian engineer of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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