(16684) 1994 JQ1 is a classical Kuiper belt object discovered in May of 1994. It reached the perihelion in February of 1753.
It has a perihelion of 41.91 AU and an aphelion of 46.04 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.98 AU. It has an orbital period of 292 years. It has an inclination of 3.7º. It has a diameter of about 183 km.
Photometric observations were made in May of 2001.
11:13 with Pluto (99.7%)
9:16 with Neptune (99.6%)
13:14 with Salacia (99.9%)
9:8 with 2002 AW197 (99.5%)
The discovery of (16684) 1994 JQ1 clashed with the movie "Pulp Fiction"
(1994) and the photometric observations clashed with movie "Memento" (2000).
These two movies were original because the story was told through
chronologically disordered chapters, so at the end of the movie the viewer had to reconstruct all of them.
(16684) 1994 JQ1 is related with internet protocols that fragment the
information of a message into data packets that are sent separately and
mend at destination.