|Discovery date||12 April 2010|
|MPC designation||2010 GB174|
|Epoch 2456400.5 (2013-Apr-18)|
|Dimensions||223 km (based on assumed albedo)
2010 GB174 is a detached object. It never gets closer than 48.5 AU from the Sun (about the outer edge of the Kuiper belt). Its large eccentricity strongly suggests that it was gravitationally scattered onto its current orbit. It is, like all detached objects, outside of the current influence of Neptune, so how it got its current orbit cannot yet be explained.
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- "AstDyS 2010 GB174 Ephemerides". Department of Mathematics, University of Pisa, Italy. Retrieved 2014-03-28.