9908 Aue

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9908 Aue
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Orbit of 9908 Aue (blue), planets (red) and the Sun (black). The outermost planet visible is Jupiter.
Discovery and designation
Discovered by C. J. van Houten, I. van Houten-Groeneveld & T. Gehrels
Discovery date March 25, 1971
Designations
MPC designation 9908 Aue
Named after
Hartmann von Aue
2140 T-1, 1984 YJ6, 1991 HC3, 1998 SZ123
Orbital characteristics
Epoch October 27, 2007
Aphelion 3.052157211593745 AU
Perihelion 2.74876033808799 AU
2.90045877484086 AU
Eccentricity 0.0523015317675745
1804.257305676249 d
215.3411767249796°
Inclination 2.48545325331787°
43.21048493615079°
24.9665530307365°
Physical characteristics
Dimensions ~17.8 km[1]
~0.01
Surface temp. min mean max
Kelvin
Celsius
13.2

9908 Aue is a main belt asteroid. It orbits the Sun once every 4.94 years.[2] It has been identified as a member of the Koronis family of asteroids.[3]

Discovered on March 25, 1971 by Cornelis Johannes van Houten and Ingrid van Houten-Groeneveld on photographic plates taken by Tom Gehrels at the Palomar Observatory using the Samuel Oschin telescope, it was given the provisional designation "2140 T-1". It was later renamed "Aue" after Hartmann von Aue, a German poet and participant in the Third Crusade.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tedesco E.F., Noah P.V., Noah M., Price S.D. "The supplemental IRAS minor planet survey (SIMPS)". 
  2. ^ "9908 Aue (2140 T-1)". JPL Small-Body Database Browser. NASA/JPL. Retrieved 2008-02-05. 
  3. ^ Zappala, V., Ph. Bendjoya, A. Cellino, P. Farinella, and C. Froeschle (1997). "Asteroid Dynamical Families.". EAR-A-5-DDR-FAMILY-V4.1. NASA Planetary Data System. 
  4. ^ MPC 34356 Minor Planet Center