NEAT November 1998 Interesting Objects


1998 WL = EF0YBT is an unusual object discovered with NEAT on 16 November 1998, with V = 17, moving 0.25 degrees/day. It is a new Mars-crossing asteroid, about 1.5 km (1 mile) in diameter, nearly in the plane of the ecliptic, and has an eccentric orbit, with a,e,i,q = 2.66, 0.46, 7, 1.4317 (G. Williams, MPC). Observers around the world at Klet, Crni Vrh, Montelupo, Modra, Woomera, Reedy Creek, McDonald Observatory, Farpoint Observatory, and Zephyrhills contributed follow-up observations that enabled the orbit determination.

1998 PG was recovered with NEAT on 16 November 1998. This is an Earth-approaching Amor asteroid discovered on 3 August 1998 by Spacewatch. It is about 1.5 km (1 mile) in diameter and was V = 17, moving 0.6 degrees/day when detected with NEAT.


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