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Tunguska-associated asteroids
ORBITAL ELEMENTS

(2794) Kulik 1978 PS3 Citation
Perihelion distance 1.9105453 AU  
Aphelion distance 2.9789792 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.4447623 AU  
Eccentricity 0.2185149  
Inclination 7.48136 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 330.90769 deg & and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 75.83978 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 231.24667 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2450899.85492 = 1998 Mar 27.35492 ET
Orbital period 3.82 years  
Absolute magnitude 12.70  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 11.0 km  
Orbit data 24 obs, 7 opp, 1940-1995, rms resid 0.94"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 24887

(2887) Krinov 1977 QD5 Citation
Perihelion distance 1.9203269 AU  
Aphelion distance 2.5974482 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.2588876 AU  
Eccentricity 0.1498794  
Inclination 4.37618 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 119.18231 deg & and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 148.87444 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 284.16008 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2450661.73760 = 1997 Aug 01.23760 ET
Orbital period 3.40 years  
Absolute magnitude 13.00  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 9.60 km  
Orbit data 32 obs, 9 opp, 1939-1994, rms resid 0.77"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 25191

(4199) Andreev 1983 RX2 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.1266061 AU  
Aphelion distance 2.7881931 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.4573996 AU  
Eccentricity 0.1346112  
Inclination 6.10839 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 71.63869 deg & and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 277.76404 deg & --+ of B1950.0
Mean anomaly 138.48755 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2449859.22203 = 1995 May 21.72203 ET
Orbital period 3.85 years  
Absolute magnitude 13.00  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 9.60 km  
Orbit data 43 obs, 4 opp, 1976-1989, rms resid 0.90"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 15226

(4328) Valina 1982 SQ2 Citation
Perihelion distance 1.9037229 AU  
Aphelion distance 2.7029981 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.3033605 AU  
Eccentricity 0.1735020  
Inclination 5.69525 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 193.76757 deg & and ecliptic/td>
Argument of perihelion 129.69354 deg --+ of B1950.0
Mean anomaly 50.74842 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2450220.50465 = 1996 May 17.00465 ET
Orbital period 3.50 years  
Absolute magnitude 14.00  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 6.06 km  
Orbit data 16 obs, 5 opp, 1961-1989, rms resid 0.74"
 Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 15687

(4917) Yurilvovia 1973 SC6 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.4471116 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.0362109 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.7416613 AU  
Eccentricity 0.1074347  
Inclination 3.70512 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 180.29707 deg & and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 196.89249 deg --+ of B1950.0
Mean anomaly 20.54523 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2450305.87025 = 1996 Aug 10.37025 ET
Orbital period 4.54 years  
Absolute magnitude 12.80  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 10.5 km  
Orbit data 43 obs, 5 opp, 1955-1991, rms resid 1.07"
 Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 18783

(4931) Tomsk 1983 CN3 Citation
Perihelion distance 1.8465955 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.3080526 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.5773240 AU  
Eccentricity 0.2835222  
Inclination 23.17782 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 154.45791 deg & and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 281.70166 deg --+ of B1950.0
Mean anomaly 177.40688 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2449655.73389 = 1994 Oct 30.23389 ET
Orbital period 4.14 years  
Absolute magnitude 12.20  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 13.9 km  
Orbit data 24 obs, 4 opp, 1981-1991, rms resid 1.31"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 18789

(5302) Romanoserra 1976 YF5 Citation | Observability
Perihelion distance 2.2450206 AU  
Aphelion distance 2.4168832 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.3309519 AU  
Eccentricity 0.0368653  
Inclination 2.14757 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 337.70550 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 46.46963 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 68.65326 deg  
Epoch 2451000.5  = 1998 Jul 06.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2450752.61111 = 1997 Oct 31.11111 ET
Orbital period 3.56 years  
Absolute magnitude 14.10  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 5.79 km  
Orbit data 33 obs, 7 opp, 1951-1992, rms resid 0.75"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 24553

(5471) Tunguska 1988 PK1 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.7987671 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.1998976 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.9993323 AU  
Eccentricity 0.0668700  
Inclination 9.28831 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 250.73753 deg & and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 31.71081 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 253.87110 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2450959.82789 = 1998 May 26.32789 ET
Orbital period 5.19 years  
Absolute magnitude 11.80  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 16.7 km  
Orbit data 23 obs, 4 opp, 1932-1992, rms resid 1.23"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 21773

(5948) Longo 1985 JL Citation | Observability | Orbit
Perihelion distance 2.1242374 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.3499348 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.7370861 AU  
Eccentricity 0.2239055  
Inclination 9.52570 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 76.57199 deg & and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 125.81971 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 211.80336 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2451081.37436 = 1998 Sep 24.87436 ET
Orbital period 4.53 years  
Absolute magnitude 13.30  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 8.36 km  
Orbit data 36 obs, 6 opp, 1954-1994, rms resid 0.92"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 23502

(6205) Menottigalli 1983 OD Citation | Observability
Perihelion distance 1.8161120 AU  
Aphelion distance 2.9124179 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.3642649 AU  
Eccentricity 0.2318492  
Inclination 13.80428 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 132.01053 deg & and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 215.25636 deg --+  of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 20.54972 deg  
Epoch 2451000.5 = 1998 Jul 06.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2450924.70404 = 1998 Apr 21.20404 ET
Orbital period 3.64 years  
Absolute magnitude 13.70  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 6.96 km  
Orbit data 41 obs, 4 opp, 1983-1994, rms resid 0.67"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 24554

(6319) Beregovoj 1990 WJ3 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.0756157 AU  
Aphelion distance 2.4565923 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.2661040 AU  
Eccentricity 0.0840598  
Inclination 4.08564 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 195.58090 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 11.49219 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 124.06690 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2449971.09054 = 1995 Sep 10.59054 ET
Orbital period 3.41 years  
Absolute magnitude 14.00  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 6.06 km  
Orbit data 43 obs, 6 opp, 1949-1995, rms resid 0.91"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 25193

(6364) Casarini = 1981 ET Citation |Photo 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Perihelion distance 2.0607443 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.4361116 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.7484279 AU  
Eccentricity 0.2502098  
Inclination 9.68507 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 358.84245 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 319.84850 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 5.73649 deg  
Epoch 2453600.5 = 2005 Aug 18.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2453573.98026 = 2005 Jul 22.48026 ET
Orbital period 4.55 years  
Absolute magnitude 12.30  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 13.3 km  
Orbit data 120 obs, 10 opp, 1954-2000, rms resid 0.70"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Orbit Supplement 598

(6404) Vanavara 1991 PS6 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.8050631 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.3347965 AU  
Semimajor axis 3.0699298 AU  
Eccentricity 0.0862778  
Inclination 4.27198 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 109.87900 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 45.57726 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 157.30554 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2449542.01521 = 1994 Jul 08.51521 ET
Orbital period 5.38 years  
Absolute magnitude 12.60  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 11.5 km  
Orbit data 34 obs, 6 opp, 1949-1995, rms resid 0.92"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 25204

(6483) Nikolajvasil'ev 1990 EO4 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.1605759 AU  
Aphelion distance 2.9334879 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.5470319 AU  
Eccentricity 0.1517280  
Inclination 5.32192 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 182.12383 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 182.17155 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 35.80050 deg  
Epoch 2450400.5 = 1996 Nov 13.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2450252.84894 = 1996 Jun 18.34894 ET
Orbital period 4.07 years  
Absolute magnitude 13.60  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 7.28 km  
Orbit data 28 obs, 5 opp, 1988-1995, rms resid 0.84"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 25416

(8809) Roversimonaco 1981 WE1 Citation | Observability
Perihelion distance 1.9863932 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.5718580 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.7791256 AU  
Eccentricity 0.2852452  
Inclination 10.68310 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 201.90628 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 187.80727 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 350.66964 deg  
Epoch 2451600.5 = 2000 Feb 26.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2451644.35874 = 2000 Apr 09.85874 ET
Orbital period 4.63 years  
Absolute magnitude 13.10  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 9.17 km  
Orbit data 44 obs, 5 opp, 1953-1998, rms resid 0.89"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 31901

(14354) Kolesnikov = 1987 QX7 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.1774842 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.5307545 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.8541193 AU  
Eccentricity 0.2370731  
Inclination 5.71495 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 151.86650 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 153.65499 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 271.21131 deg  
Epoch 2453600.5 = 2005 Aug 18.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2454034.87191 = 2006 Oct 26.37191 ET
Orbital period 4.82 years  
Absolute magnitude 13.30  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 8.35 km  
Orbit data 66 obs, 6 opp, 1987-2001, rms resid 0.63"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Orbit Supplement 12100

(14479) Plekanov = 1994 CQ13 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.6902906 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.6062643 AU  
Semimajor axis 3.1482775 AU  
Eccentricity 0.1454722  
Inclination 5.89684 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 49.39965 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 285.51267 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 212.96307 deg  
Epoch 2453600.5 = 2005 Aug 18.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2454433.85849 = 2007 Nov 29.35849 ET
Orbital period 5.58 years  
Absolute magnitude 12.60  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 11.5 km  
Orbit data 74 obs, 4 opp, 1994-2000, rms resid 0.68"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Circular 39841

(19504) Vladalekseev = 1998 LL2 Citation
Perihelion distance 2.8713202 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.1148768 AU  
Semimajor axis 2.9930985 AU  
Eccentricity 0.0406863  
Inclination 11.00687 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 140.64153 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 38.65493 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 218.63061 deg  
Epoch 2453600.5 = 2005 Aug 18.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2454343.23316 = 2007 Aug 30.73316 ET
Orbital period 5.17 years  
Absolute magnitude 13.10  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 9.17 km  
Orbit data 305 obs, 7 opp, 1992-2004, rms resid 0.63"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Orbit Supplement 66012

(27719) Fast = 1989 SR3 Citation
Perihelion distance 3.2131214 AU  
Aphelion distance 3.6019131 AU  
Semimajor axis 3.4075172 AU  
Eccentricity 0.0570491  
Inclination 3.56091 deg --+ mean equinox
Ascending node 103.09189 deg and ecliptic
Argument of perihelion 338.80398 deg --+ of J2000.0
Mean anomaly 131.88493 deg  
Epoch 2453600.5 = 2005 Aug 18.0 ET
Time of perihelion passage 2452758.81768 = 2003 Apr 29.31768 ET
Orbital period 6.29 years  
Absolute magnitude 12.90  
Slope parameter 0.15  
Estimated diameter 18.3 km  
Orbit classification Cybele group  
Orbit data 76 obs, 4 opp, 1989-2001, rms resid 0.79"
Orbit reference Minor Planet Orbit Supplement 15144



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