Tuesday, 29 March 2011

(336756) 2010 NV1, setting limits to adapt to changes

(336756) 2010 NV1 is an inner Oort cloud object discovered in July of 2010. There is a prediscovery image back to September of 2009. It reached the perihelion in December of 2010.

The orbit is between Saturn and inner Oort cloud. It has a perihelion of 9.41 AU and an aphelion of 636.92 AU. The semimajor axis is at 323.16 AU. It has an orbital period of 5810 years. It has an inclination of 140.8º (seminonile [=nonile 40º > 0º Libra], orbe 0º49'). It has a diameter of about 40 km.

At the end of the year 2010 took place a unusual strong storm at the planet Saturn. In this kind of furious storms the whirlwind restructures the atmosphere and confines the materials.

(336756) 2010 NV1 combines the spiritual intelligence of the objects in the inner Oort Cloud with the ability of Saturn to set limits to adapt to changes in the situation, as the national budget cut in the European countries to face the world-wide financial crisis, like in the movies "The Company Men" (2010) and "Partir" (2009).

"The Company Men" (2010)