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Asteroid (136108) Haumea

(136108) Haumea 2017-05-16

Asteroid (136108) Haumea was imaged and measured at TDO on May 16,2017.  (136108) Haumea is a dwarf planet, in the plutoid class, discovered in 2004 at Palomar Observatory.  Two small moons were found to be orbiting Haumea in 2005 in images taken at the Keck Observatory. Haumaea is named after the Hawaiian goddess of childbirth. 

COD W33
CON Transit Dreams Observatory
OBS D. Wilde
MEA D. Wilde
TEL 127mm F7.5 APO Refractor + CCD
ACK MPCReport file updated 2017.05.17 13:50:34
NET UCAC-4
D6108 KC2017 05 17.08046 14 07 07.34 +17 29 52.5 17.0 N W33
D6108 KC2017 05 17.08937 14 07 07.30 +17 29 51.9 16.8 N W33
D6108 KC2017 05 17.09826 14 07 07.26 +17 29 52.6 17.0 N W33
D6108 KC2017 05 17.10716 14 07 07.23 +17 29 52.4 17.0 N W33
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