22429 Jurašek

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22429 Jurašek (provisional designation: 1996 DD1) is a main-belt minor planet. It was discovered by Adrián Galád and Alexander Pravda at the Modra Observatory in Modra, Slovakia, on February 22, 1996. It is named for Pavel "Balvan" Jurašek, a Slovak meteorologist and amateur astronomer.

  • eccentricity .06700
  • semimajor axis 2.6736 astronomical units
  • inclination 22.8238 degrees
  • period 1596.78 days, 4.37 years
  • absolute magnitude +14.5

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