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Old April 14th 09, 07:38 AM posted to uk.sci.astronomy
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Amateur images of Trans-Neptunian objects - Haumea

http://www.martin-nicholson.info/haumea/haumea.htm

Haumea - 2003 EL61
Haumea is a dwarf planet and a plutoid orbiting the sun in the Kuiper
belt. Haumea has a typical orbit for a classical Kuiper belt object,
with an orbital period of 283 Earth years, a perihelion of 35 AU, and
an orbital inclination of 28.

Imaged on April 4th and April 5th 2009 using the 0.61m f/10 Cassegrain
at the Sierra Stars Observatory. 120 seconds unfiltered image, cut
down to 5 x 5 arc minutes. Haumea was at magnitude 17.3.
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On Tuesday, April 14, 2009 1:38:52 AM UTC-5, ukastronomy wrote:
Amateur images of Trans-Neptunian objects - Haumea

http://www.martin-nicholson.info/haumea/haumea.htm

Haumea - 2003 EL61
Haumea is a dwarf planet and a plutoid orbiting the sun in the Kuiper
belt. Haumea has a typical orbit for a classical Kuiper belt object,
with an orbital period of 283 Earth years, a perihelion of 35 AU, and
an orbital inclination of 28.

Imaged on April 4th and April 5th 2009 using the 0.61m f/10 Cassegrain
at the Sierra Stars Observatory. 120 seconds unfiltered image, cut
down to 5 x 5 arc minutes. Haumea was at magnitude 17.3.


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