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    M.P.E.C. 2006-A48                                Issued 2006 Jan.  9, 12:55 UT
    
         The Minor Planet Electronic Circulars contain information on unusual
             minor planets and routine data on comets.  They are published
       on behalf of Commission 20 of the International Astronomical Union by the
              Minor Planet Center, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory,
                              Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A.
    
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                                       2006 AM4
    
    Observations:
         K06A04M* C2006 01 08.38574 08 47 07.33 +14 56 21.8          20.8 V EA048G96
         K06A04M  C2006 01 08.39275 08 47 06.00 +14 56 28.1          20.8 V EA048G96
         K06A04M  C2006 01 08.39976 08 47 04.66 +14 56 34.4          20.8 V EA048G96
         K06A04M  C2006 01 08.40677 08 47 03.30 +14 56 40.5          20.4 V EA048G96
         K06A04M  C2006 01 08.47738 08 46 49.66 +14 57 43.6          20.9 V EA048G96
         K06A04M  C2006 01 08.48640 08 46 47.91 +14 57 51.7          21.0 V EA048G96
         K06A04M  C2006 01 09.29294 08 44 16.03 +15 10 29.5                 EA048291
         K06A04M  C2006 01 09.29727 08 44 15.13 +15 10 33.5                 EA048291
         K06A04M  C2006 01 09.30129 08 44 14.31 +15 10 37.4                 EA048291
    
    Observer details:
    291 LPL/Spacewatch II.  Observer A. S. Descour.  1.8-m f/2.7 reflector + CCD.
    G96 Mt. Lemmon Survey.  Observer E. J. Christensen.  Measurers E. C. Beshore,
        E. J. Christensen, G. J. Garradd, A. D. Grauer, R. E. Hill, R. A. Kowalski,
        S. M. Larson, R. H. McNaught.  1.5-m reflector + CCD.
    
    Orbital elements:
    2006 AM4                                            PHA, Earth MOID = 0.0107 AU
    Epoch 2006 Mar. 6.0 TT = JDT 2453800.5                  MPC
    M 327.86646              (2000.0)            P               Q
    n   1.03759155     Peri.  139.13164     -0.12472207     +0.99059961
    a   0.9663144      Node   123.63194     -0.92697985     -0.09614694
    e   0.6214473      Incl.    3.86931     -0.35376936     -0.09730453
    P   0.95           H   21.9           G   0.15           U   9
    Residuals in seconds of arc
    060108 G96  0.3-  0.1+    060108 G96  0.2+  0.2-    060109 291  0.0   0.2+
    060108 G96  0.0   0.0     060108 G96  0.1+  0.1-    060109 291  0.1-  0.1-
    060108 G96  0.2+  0.0     060108 G96  0.1-  0.1+    060109 291  0.1+  0.1-
    
    Ephemeris:
    2006 AM4                 a,e,i = 0.97, 0.62, 4                   q = 0.3658
    Date    TT    R. A. (2000) Decl.     Delta      r     Elong.  Phase     V
    2006 01 05    08 56.11   +14 11.5    0.349    1.302   151.8    20.9    21.2
    2006 01 15    08 20.39   +17 02.7    0.249    1.230   170.9     7.3    19.9
    2006 01 25    07 00.71   +21 51.0    0.173    1.148   159.3    17.7    19.3
    2006 02 04    04 34.36   +24 11.4    0.142    1.055   115.6    57.5    19.9
    2006 02 14    02 13.75   +18 17.2    0.166    0.950    72.3    98.1    21.4
    
    Timothy B. Spahr             (C) Copyright 2006 MPC           M.P.E.C. 2006-A48
    

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