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32532 Thereus

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32532 Thereus

Thereus
Discovery and designation
Discovered by Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking project
Discovery site Palomar
Discovery date August 9, 2001
Designations
MPC designation 32532
Alternative names 2001 PT13
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Aphelion 12.74736045120735
Perihelion 8.516358987712852
Eccentricity .19897748724761
Orbital period 34.76 Years (12662.290 days)
Mean anomaly 95.72840912983477
Inclination 20.36635708562373
Longitude of ascending node 205.2484175052844
Argument of perihelion 86.65245833312038
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude (H) 9.0

32532 Thereus /ˈθɪəriəs/, provisionally known as 2001 PT13, is a Centaur discovered on August 9, 2001 by the Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking project at Palomar.

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External links

  • JPL Small-Body Database Browser on 32532 Thereus
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