5536 Honeycutt

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Honeycutt
Discovery and designation
Discovery site Goethe Link Observatory, Indiana University
Discovery date 1955-08-23
Designations
MPC designation 5536
1955 QN
Minor planet category Main belt Main belt
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Aphelion 2.4607138
Perihelion 2.0364676
Eccentricity 0.0943360
1231.5840131
186.29820
Inclination 6.78235
250.76360
124.71833
Physical characteristics
13.1

5536 Honeycutt (1955 QN) is a main-belt asteroid discovered on 1955-08-23 at Goethe Link Observatory, Indiana University. It is named for astronomer Kent Honeycutt.[1]

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