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List of unnumbered trans-Neptunian objects

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This is a list of unnumbered trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs) first observed since 1993 and grouped by the year of principal provisional designation. The data is sourced from the Minor Planet Center's (MPC) List of Trans Neptunian Objects and List Of Centaurs and Scattered-Disk Objects.[2][3] These objects will eventually be numbered as secured discoveries with an official discoverer determined by the MPC. Until then, additional observations are needed to sufficiently decrease an object's orbital uncertainty. As of June 2019, there are 2,573 unnumbered objects, defined here as minor planets with a semi-major axis larger than 30.1 AU (Neptune's average orbital distance from the Sun).[a]

Core region – by inclinationFull region – by inclination
Core region – by eccentricityFull region – by eccentricity

TNOs plot — semi-major axis (a) against:[1]

  Resonant plutinos (39 AU) and twotinos (48 AU)   Inner and outer classical objects ( < 39 and > 49 AU)   Other resonant objects besides plutinos and twotinos   Classical Kuiper belt objects (cubewanos)   Scattered disc objects (SDO)   Other TNOs (dots) and centaurs (asterisk)   Sednoids, prominent ETNOs

The list also contains information from the "Johnston's Archive", such as an object's diameter, its dynamical class and binary status with the satellite's diameter, as well as its albedo, spectral taxonomy and B–R color index.[1] Members of the extreme trans-Neptunian objects (ESDOs, EDDOs and sednoids) – with a semi-major axis greater than 150 AU and perihelion greater than 30 AU – are also identified.

StatisticsEdit

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TNOs by year of principle designation since 1992 (objects with a < 30.1 AU excluded). As of June 2019, there are    2,573 unnumbered TNOs and    664 numbered TNOs (Pluto from 1930 is not shown)[2][3]
Numbered TNOs: 664 bodies (20.5%)Unnumbered TNOs: 2,573 bodies (79.5%) 
  •   Numbered TNOs: 664 bodies (20.5%)
  •   Unnumbered TNOs: 2,573 bodies (79.5%)
Split-up of numbered and unnumbered trans-Neptunian objects[2][3]

ListEdit

1993Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
1993 RP 15 September 1993 D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu (568)
70 plutino? 39.3 0.11 3 34.9 43.8 MPC
JPL

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1994Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
1994 ES2 13 March 1994 J. X. Luu
D. C. Jewitt (568)
134 cubewano (cold) 46 0.12 1 40.5 51.5 BR-mag: 1.65 MPC
JPL
1994 EV3 13 March 1994 D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu (568)
168 cubewano (cold) 43.2 0.04 2 41.6 44.8 BR-mag: 1.73; taxonomy: RR MPC
JPL
1994 TG 3 October 1994 J. Chen
D. C. Jewitt
G. Knopp (568)
176 cubewano (hot) 42.3 0 7 42.3 42.3 MPC
JPL
1994 TG2 8 October 1994 O. R. Hainaut (809) 176 cubewano (cold) 42.4 0 2 42.4 42.4 MPC
JPL
1994 TH 3 October 1994 J. Chen
D. C. Jewitt
G. Knopp (568)
176 cubewano (hot) 40.9 0 16 40.9 40.9 MPC
JPL

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1995Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
1995 DB2 24 February 1995 D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu (568)
134 cubewano (cold) 46.5 0.13 4 40.2 52.7 MPC
JPL
1995 DC2 24 February 1995 J. X. Luu
D. C. Jewitt (568)
161 cubewano (cold) 44.2 0.07 2 41.3 47.1 MPC
JPL
1995 FB21 29 March 1995 S. F. Green
N. McBride (413)
140 cubewano (cold) 42.4 0 1 42.4 42.4 MPC
JPL
1995 GA7 3 April 1995 J. Chen
D. C. Jewitt (568)
140 plutino? 39.5 0.12 4 34.8 44.2 MPC
JPL
1995 GJ 3 April 1995 D. C. Jewitt
J. Chen (568)
176 cubewano (hot) 42.9 0.09 23 39 46.8 MPC
JPL
1995 GY7 6 April 1995 C.-I. Lagerkvist (809) 140 cubewano (cold) 41.3 0 1 41.3 41.3 MPC
JPL
1995 HM5 26 April 1995 J. X. Luu (807) 128 plutino 39.9 0.26 5 29.6 50.3 BR-mag: 1.22; taxonomy: BR MPC
JPL
1995 KJ1 30 May 1995 J. Chen (568) 222 cubewano (cold) 43.5 0 3 43.5 43.5 MPC
JPL
1995 KK1 30 May 1995 D. C. Jewitt (568) 88 plutino? 39.5 0.19 9 32 47 MPC
JPL
1995 YY3 24 December 1995 J. Chen
D. C. Jewitt (568)
88 plutino ? 39.1 0.22 0 30.7 47.5 MPC
JPL

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1996Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
1996 AS20 14 January 1996 A. Gleason (691) 61 centaur? 35.8 0.62 11 13.6 58 MPC
JPL
1996 KV1 21 May 1996 C. Trujillo
D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu (568)
154 cubewano (hot) 45.6 0.12 8 40.2 51 MPC
JPL
1996 KX1 22 May 1996 J. Chen
C. Trujillo
D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu (568)
88 plutino? 39.5 0.1 2 35.7 43.4 MPC
JPL
1996 KY1 16 May 1996 J. X. Luu
C. Trujillo
D. C. Jewitt (568)
111 plutino ? 39.5 0.1 31 35.7 43.3 MPC
JPL
1996 RQ20 6 September 1996 D. L. Rabinowitz (675) 185 cubewano (hot) 43.7 0.1 32 39.4 48 BR-mag: 1.56; taxonomy: IR MPC
JPL
1996 RR20 15 September 1996 A. Fitzsimmons
M. J. Irwin
I. P. Williams (950)
193 plutino 39.5 0.18 5 32.6 46.5 BR-mag: 1.87; taxonomy: RR MPC
JPL
1996 TK66 9 October 1996 B. Schmidt and the High-Z team (807) 243 cubewano (cold) 42.5 0.02 3 41.8 43.2 BR-mag: 1.62; taxonomy: RR MPC
JPL
1996 TS66 12 October 1996 D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu
C. Trujillo (568)
194 cubewano (hot) 43.6 0.12 7 38.3 49 albedo: 0.120; BR-mag: 1.78; taxonomy: RR MPC
JPL

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1997Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
1997 CT29 2 February 1997 D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu
J. Chen
C. Trujillo (568)
222 cubewano (cold) 43.7 0.03 1 42.2 45.2 MPC
JPL
1997 CW29 8 February 1997 J. X. Luu
D. C. Jewitt
C. Trujillo
J. Chen (568)
222 plutino? 39.4 0.08 19 36.3 42.5 MPC
JPL
1997 GA45 3 April 1997 B. Gladman (568) 84 cubewano (hot) 47.4 0.18 8 39.1 55.7 MPC
JPL
1997 QH4 27 August 1997 D. C. Jewitt
C. Trujillo
J. X. Luu
K. Berney (568)
176 cubewano (hot) 42.6 0.08 13 39.2 46 BR-mag: 1.68; taxonomy: RR MPC
JPL
1997 RL13 5 September 1997 B. Gladman
P. Nicholson
J. A. Burns (675)
56 cubewano (hot) 44.5 0 6 44.5 44.5 MPC
JPL
1997 RX9 7 September 1997 B. Gladman (675) 97 cubewano (hot) 41.6 0.06 30 39.2 43.9 MPC
JPL
1997 RY6 6 September 1997 S. F. Green
N. McBride (950)
140 cubewano (hot) 41.4 0 12 41.4 41.4 MPC
JPL
1997 SZ10 24 September 1997 D. C. Jewitt (568) 88 twotino 47.7 0.36 12 30.4 64.9 BR-mag: 1.79; taxonomy: RR MPC
JPL
1997 TX8 5 October 1997 E. F. Helin
D. L. Rabinowitz
M. Hicks (675)
88 plutino? 39.3 0.19 9 32 46.6 MPC
JPL
1997 UG25 26 October 1997 E. Fletcher
M. J. Irwin
A. Fitzsimmons (950)
88 cubewano (cold) 43.3 0 1 43.3 43.3 MPC
JPL

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1998Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
1998 FS144 23 March 1998 Northfield Mount Hermon School (807) 202 cubewano (hot) 41.9 0.02 10 41.2 42.6 BR-mag: 1.53; taxonomy: IR MPC
JPL
1998 HH151 28 April 1998 D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu
C. Trujillo
D. J. Tholen (568)
93 plutino 39.7 0.2 9 31.9 47.4 MPC
JPL
1998 HL151 29 April 1998 D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu
C. Trujillo
D. J. Tholen (568)
106 cubewano (hot) 41 0.09 28 37.3 44.7 BR-mag: 1.06 MPC
JPL
1998 HN151 21 April 1998 J. Kormendy
R. Wainscoat
D. J. Tholen
D. C. Jewitt (568)
97 other TNO 38.1 0.05 25 36.2 40.1 MPC
JPL
1998 HO151 22 April 1998 R. Wainscoat
J. Kormendy
D. C. Jewitt
J. X. Luu (568)
101 cubewano (hot) 41.6 0.09 17 37.8 45.3 MPC
JPL
1998 HR151 28 April 1998 J. X. Luu
C. Trujillo
D. J. Tholen
D. C. Jewitt (568)
84 cubewano (hot) 45.5 0.12 7 39.9 51.1 MPC
JPL
1998 KD66 29 May 1998 R. L. Allen
M. Jarvis
G. Bernstein (807)
74 cubewano (hot) 43.1 0.05 5 40.9 45.3 MPC
JPL
1998 KE66 29 May 1998 R. L. Allen
M. Jarvis
G. Bernstein (807)
70 cubewano (cold) 42.1 0 3 42.1 42.1 MPC
JPL
1998 KF66 29 May 1998 R. L. Allen
M. Jarvis
G. Bernstein (807)
49 plutino? 39.5 0.21 6 31.1 47.9 MPC
JPL
1998 KG66 29 May 1998 R. L. Allen
M. Jarvis
G. Bernstein (807)
74 cubewano (cold) 45.2 0 4 45.2 45.2 MPC
JPL
1998 KS65 29 May 1998 G. Bernstein (807) 128 cubewano (cold) 44 0.04 1 42.3 45.7 BR-mag: 1.73; taxonomy: RR-IR MPC
JPL
1998 KY61 29 May 1998 G. Bernstein (807) 154 cubewano (cold) 44.5 0.04 2 42.7 46.4 MPC
JPL
1998 UR43 22 October 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 97 plutino 39.2 0.22 9 30.8 47.7 BR-mag: 1.27; taxonomy: BR MPC
JPL
1998 WG24 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 176 cubewano (cold) 45.3 0.12 2 39.8 50.9 MPC
JPL
1998 WS31 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 97 plutino 39.1 0.2 7 31.4 46.8 BR-mag: 1.32; taxonomy: IR-BR MPC
JPL
1998 WV24 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 110 cubewano (cold) 38.8 0.04 2 37.2 40.3 BR-mag: 1.27; taxonomy: BR; binary: 96 km MPC
JPL
1998 WV31 19 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 140 plutino 39.1 0.27 6 28.4 49.7 BR-mag: 1.31; taxonomy: BR MPC
JPL
1998 WW31 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 148 cubewano (hot) 44.4 0.09 7 40.4 48.5 albedo: 0.054; binary: 123 km MPC
JPL
1998 WX24 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 202 cubewano (cold) 43.1 0.05 1 41.1 45.1 BR-mag: 1.79; taxonomy: RR MPC
JPL
1998 WX31 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 193 cubewano (cold) 45.2 0.1 3 40.6 49.8 MPC
JPL
1998 WY24 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 161 cubewano (cold) 43 0.04 2 41.4 44.5 MPC
JPL
1998 WY31 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 185 cubewano (cold) 45 0.12 2 39.7 50.2 MPC
JPL
1998 WZ24 18 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 106 plutino? 39.5 0.18 5 32.4 46.6 MPC
JPL
1998 WZ31 19 November 1998 M. W. Buie (695) 106 plutino 39.3 0.16 15 32.8 45.7 BR-mag: 1.26; taxonomy: BB-BR MPC
JPL

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1999–2007Edit

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2008Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
2008 AP118 6 January 2008 P. A. Wiegert (568) 122 cubewano (cold) 44.1 0.16 1 36.9 51.3 MPC
JPL
2008 AQ118 6 January 2008 P. A. Wiegert (568) 280 cubewano (hot) 41.4 0.06 25 38.9 43.9 MPC
JPL
2008 AU138 8 January 2008 Mauna Kea Obs. (568) 202 centaur 32.3 0.38 43 20.1 44.5 MPC
JPL
2008 JO41 11 May 2008 Mauna Kea Obs. (568) 93 SDO 89.1 0.55 49 39.9 138 MPC
JPL
2008 LD18 7 June 2008 S. S. Sheppard
C. Trujillo (568)
97 other TNO 40.2 0.31 15 28 52.5 MPC
JPL
2008 UA332 26 October 2008 L. H. Wasserman (807) 306 SDO 75.5 0.51 31 36.8 114 MPC
JPL
2008 UB332 26 October 2008 L. H. Wasserman (807) 185 plutino? 39.5 0.24 33 29.9 49.1 MPC
JPL

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2009–2016Edit

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2017Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
2017 DM121 24 February 2017 Mauna Kea Obs. (568) 134 cubewano (hot) 44.3 0.08 10 40.9 47.6 MPC
JPL
2017 DN121 24 February 2017 Mauna Kea Obs. (568) 147 twotino 47.7 0.23 15 36.9 58.5 MPC
JPL
2017 DO121 24 February 2017 Mauna Kea Obs. (568) 134 centaur? 183 0.86 16 26.6 340 MPC
JPL
2017 DP121 24 February 2017 Mauna Kea Obs. (568) 161 SDO 50.3 0.2 14 40.3 60.4 MPC
JPL
2017 FD163 25 March 2017 S. S. Sheppard (807) 185 twotino 47.4 0.37 13 29.9 64.9 MPC
JPL
2017 FO161 23 March 2017 Cerro Tololo Obs. (807) 612 SDO 60 0.43 54 34.2 85.8 MPC
JPL
2017 FP161 23 March 2017 Cerro Tololo Obs. (807) 168 other TNO 48.1 0.16 15 40.3 55.8 MPC
JPL
2017 FQ161 26 March 2017 Cerro Tololo Obs. (807) 255 twotino 47.8 0.27 8 35 60.6 MPC
JPL
2017 OF69 26 July 2017 S. S. Sheppard (568) 533 plutino 39.6 0.21 14 31.4 47.8 MPC
JPL
2017 OG69 26 July 2017 S. S. Sheppard (568) 352 other TNO 40 0.07 25 37.1 42.8 MPC
JPL
2017 OK69 26 July 2017 S. S. Sheppard (568) 306 SDO 50.7 0.29 24 36.2 65.1 MPC
JPL
2017 RG16 12 September 2017 Pan-STARRS (F51) 24 centaur? 77.7 0.91 75 7.1 148 MPC
JPL
2017 SN132 16 September 2017 S. S. Sheppard (568) 306 SDO 79.9 0.49 24 40.9 119 MPC
JPL
2017 UX51 27 October 2017 Pan-STARRS (F51) 29 centaur 30.1 0.75 91 7.6 52.6 MPC
JPL
2017 VO34 15 November 2017 S. S. Sheppard (807) 168 SDO 59.4 0.46 41 32 86.8 MPC
JPL
2017 WH30 17 November 2017 S. S. Sheppard (807) 202 SDO 83.2 0.6 18 33.2 133 MPC
JPL
2017 YG5 23 December 2017 Pan-STARRS (F51) 14 centaur? 67.1 0.89 24 7.4 127 MPC
JPL
2017 YK3 23 December 2017 Pan-STARRS (F51) 185 other TNO 38.9 0.27 2 28.6 49.2 MPC
JPL

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2018Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
2018 AX18 15 January 2018 S. S. Sheppard (568) 222 SDO 51 0.26 21 37.7 64.4 MPC
JPL
2018 AY18 15 January 2018 S. S. Sheppard (568) 147 SDO 64.5 0.38 15 39.8 89.2 MPC
JPL
2018 AZ18 15 January 2018 S. S. Sheppard (568) 122 SDO 60.5 0.4 16 36.1 84.9 MPC
JPL
2018 GT12 12 April 2018 S. S. Sheppard (807) 134 SDO 98 0.66 16 33.5 162 MPC
JPL
2018 JT6 10 May 2018 S. S. Sheppard (807) 193 SDO 53.3 0.2 27 42.7 63.8 MPC
JPL
2018 JU6 11 May 2018 S. S. Sheppard (807) 185 SDO 51.8 0.26 6 38.6 65 MPC
JPL
2018 VG18 10 November 2018 Mauna Kea Obs. (568) 844 centaur? 95.2 0.77 32 21.7 169 MPC
JPL
2018 VM35 6 November 2018 S. S. Sheppard (568) 134 EDDO 241 0.81 9 45.3 436 ETNO MPC
JPL
2018 VN35 10 November 2018 S. S. Sheppard (568) 140 other TNO 45.8 0.29 30 32.7 59 MPC
JPL
2018 VO35 10 November 2018 S. S. Sheppard (568) 212 SDO 128 0.74 19 33.4 222 MPC
JPL

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2019Edit

Designation First Observed (discovered) D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Date Observer
(Site)
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
2019 CY4 8 February 2019 Pan-STARRS (F51) 27 centaur? 47.5 0.79 20 10.1 84.8 MPC
JPL

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Ignored objectsEdit

The Minor Planet Center does not include the following 58 objects with a semi-major axis larger than that of Neptune in its respective lists (see § top).[2][3][a] The data is sourced from the List of Known Trans-Neptunian Objects at Johnston's Archive.[1]

Designation D (km) Orbital description Remarks Refs
Class a
(AU)
e i
(°)
q
(AU)
Q
(AU)
(65407) 2002 RP120 15 damocloid 53.923 0.954 118.97 2.454 105.391 albedo: 0.098; BR-mag: 1.37 MPC
JPL
1996 PW 7 damocloid 253.370 0.990 29.96 2.493 504.246 MPC
JPL
2000 AB229 7 damocloid 52.881 0.956 68.39 2.319 103.444 MPC
JPL
2000 KP65 35 damocloid 90.196 0.963 45.67 3.313 177.080 MPC
JPL
2001 QR322 132 NT · L4 30.161 0.030 1.32 29.253 31.069 albedo: 0.058 MPC
JPL
2002 RN109 4 damocloid 555.068 0.995 58.14 2.692 107.445 MPC
JPL
2003 UY283 4 unusual 33.454 0.895 18.90 3.506 63.401 MPC
JPL
2004 CM111 6 unusual 33.180 0.851 4.66 4.942 61.417 MPC
JPL
2004 NN8 4 damocloid 98.387 0.976 165.52 2.357 194.417 MPC
JPL
2005 OE 8 damocloid 62.861 0.952 67.53 3.026 122.695 MPC
JPL
2005 VX3 7 damocloid 953.228 0.996 112.22 4.106 902.350 MPC
JPL
2006 EX52 5 damocloid 42.513 0.940 150.15 2.561 82.464 MPC
JPL
2006 LM1 5 damocloid 37.184 0.900 172.14 3.711 70.656 MPC
JPL
2007 DA61 4 damocloid 518.395 0.995 76.72 2.656 034.135 MPC
JPL
2008 BN18 8 damocloid 35.275 0.925 28.69 2.642 67.909 MPC
JPL
2008 LC18 101 NT · L5 30.129 0.077 27.47 27.806 32.451 MPC
JPL
2009 DD47 3 damocloid 47.587 0.953 107.45 2.220 92.954 MPC
JPL
2010 CG55 10 damocloid 31.947 0.910 146.23 2.873 61.021 albedo: 0.048 MPC
JPL
2010 GW64 6 damocloid 63.304 0.941 105.23 3.722 122.887 albedo: 0.047 MPC
JPL
2010 JH124 7 damocloid 69.538 0.963 53.38 2.603 136.473 albedo: 0.052 MPC
JPL
2011 HM102 93 NT · L5 30.305 0.086 29.32 27.712 32.899 BR-mag: 1.13 MPC
JPL
2011 OR17 11 damocloid 267.639 0.988 110.50 3.112 532.167 MPC
JPL
2011 WS41 1.3 damocloid 38.310 0.946 141.64 2.082 74.538 MPC
JPL
2012 HD2 4 damocloid 62.830 0.959 146.88 2.562 123.098 MPC
JPL
2012 KA51 27 damocloid 224.399 0.978 70.66 4.910 443.888 MPC
JPL
2012 UD185 134 NT · L4 30.119 0.047 28.37 28.706 31.532 MPC
JPL
2013 BN27 1.7 damocloid 65.269 0.976 101.83 1.567 128.970 MPC
JPL
2013 HS150 1.8 damocloid 102.965 0.973 97.43 2.826 203.103 MPC
JPL
2013 KY18 193 NT · L5 30.357 0.121 6.65 26.669 34.045 MPC
JPL
2013 LD16 3 damocloid 80.953 0.968 154.74 2.553 159.353 BR-mag: 1.30 MPC
JPL
2014 CW14 6 damocloid 32.336 0.867 170.76 4.311 60.361 BR-mag: 1.38 MPC
JPL
2014 XS3 5 damocloid 73.627 0.956 101.38 3.254 144.001 MPC
JPL
2015 FK37 5 damocloid 104.449 0.953 155.84 4.916 203.983 MPC
JPL
2015 RK245 6 damocloid 80.628 0.966 91.62 2.757 158.498 MPC
JPL
2015 RL277 2 unusual 34.592 0.850 3.12 5.186 63.998 MPC
JPL
2015 TN178 4 damocloid 54.649 0.956 91.09 2.384 106.913 MPC
JPL
2015 XR384 3 damocloid 36.928 0.903 157.51 3.571 70.286 MPC
JPL
2016 CO264 3 damocloid 48.379 0.938 129.82 3.015 93.742 MPC
JPL
2016 EJ203 1.1 damocloid 67.772 0.960 170.99 2.735 132.810 MPC
JPL
2016 PN66 9 damocloid 31.236 0.907 105.11 2.902 59.570 MPC
JPL
2016 US109 1.7 damocloid 36.150 0.949 87.17 1.859 70.441 MPC
JPL
2017 CW32 3 damocloid 192.575 0.985 152.44 2.957 382.193 MPC
JPL
2017 EM4 2 damocloid 33.391 0.921 83.42 2.647 64.136 MPC
JPL
2017 GD8 1.4 damocloid 43.284 0.947 74.91 2.281 84.286 MPC
JPL
2017 JB6 4 damocloid 32.906 0.884 160.74 3.815 61.997 MPC
JPL
2017 MB7 6 damocloid 3549.257 0.999 55.71 4.447 094.067 MPC
JPL
2017 MZ4 10 damocloid 66.381 0.952 65.83 3.183 129.578 MPC
JPL
2017 OX68 1.2 damocloid 58.968 0.971 94.75 1.736 116.199 MPC
JPL
2017 QO33 8 damocloid 34.637 0.858 148.83 4.933 64.342 MPC
JPL
2017 SN33 1.2 damocloid 293.642 0.994 152.04 1.843 585.441 MPC
JPL
2017 UR52 0.3 Amor 324.329 0.996 108.22 1.243 647.414 MPC
JPL
2017 UW51 4 damocloid 134.502 0.977 144.20 3.133 265.871 MPC
JPL
2018 DE4 1.6 damocloid 32.518 0.927 81.34 2.389 62.646 MPC
JPL
2018 DF4 3 damocloid 99.998 0.984 68.21 1.600 198.396 MPC
JPL
2018 KH3 8 damocloid 94.490 0.961 46.86 3.700 185.280 MPC
JPL
2018 MP8 4 damocloid 357.270 0.989 68.31 3.827 710.713 MPC
JPL
2018 SQ13 4 damocloid 158.022 0.981 90.97 2.970 313.074 MPC
JPL
2019 EJ3 0.13 Amor 86.271 0.988 139.76 1.077 171.466 MPC
JPL

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See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b According to Johnston's Archive,[1] there are 50+ objects with a semi-major axis larger than 30.1 AU that are excluded from the two MPC sources. These ignored objects are the damocloids and the Neptune trojans, as well as three unusual objects 2003 UY283 (MPC/JPL), 2004 CM111 (MPC/JPL) and 2015 RL277 (MPC/JPL).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e "List of Known Trans-Neptunian Objects". Johnston's Archive. 25 May 2019. Retrieved 1 June 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d e "List Of Transneptunian Objects". Minor Planet Center. Retrieved 1 June 2019.
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