Other interesting objects

2015 TS350 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2015. It reached the perihelion in January of 2014.
It has a perihelion of 5.06 AU and an aphelion of 269.95 AU. The semimajor axis is at 137.50 AU. It has an orbital period of 1613 years. It has an inclination of  58.2º. [uncertainty=2]


2015 RR245 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2015. There are prediscovery images back to July of 2015, November of 2014, September-July of 2014, January of 2014, October-September of 2013, November-October of 2012, August of 2012, September of 2011, June of 2011, January of 2011, December of 2010, October-September of 2010 and October of 2008. It reached the perihelion in November of 1357.
It has a perihelion of 33.69 AU and an aphelion of 129.16 AU. The semimajor axis is at 81.43 AU. It has an orbital period of 735 years. It has an inclination of   7.5º. [uncertainty=2]

2015 SO20 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2010. It was spotted without being identified in september of 2015. It will reach the perihelion in September of 2017.
It has a perihelion of 33.16 AU and an aphelion of 292.13 AU. The semimajor axis is at 162.65 AU. It has an orbital period of 2074 years. It has an inclination of  23.4º (semioctile 22º30', 0º56' orb). [uncertainty=1; H=6.4]

2015 KH162 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2015. There are prediscovery images back to March of 2015, July-June of 2014, April of 2014, February of 2014, May of 2013, April of 2012 and May of 2011. It reached the perihelion in January of 1931.It has a perihelion of 41.45 AU and an aphelion of 82.90 AU. The semimajor axis is at 62.18 AU. It has an orbital period of 490 years. It has an inclination of  28.7º. [uncertainty=2]

2015 FG345 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2015. It reached the perihelion in July of 1789.
It has a perihelion of 37.99 AU and an aphelion of 46.45 AU. The semimajor axis is at 42.22 AU. It has an orbital period of 274 years. It has an inclination of  35.9º(decile 36º [=biquintile 144º > 0º Libra], 0º04' orb). [uncertainty=0]
Orbital resonance:
3:5 with Neptune (99.7%)

2015 FJ345 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2015. It reached the perihelion in December of 1938.
It has a perihelion of 51.83 AU and an aphelion of 73.23 AU. The semimajor axis is at 62.53 AU. It has an orbital period of 495 years. It has an inclination of  34.9º(golden aspect 34º23', 0º35' orb). [uncertainty=5]

2015 BZ518 is a 'Distant object' discovered in January of 2015. There are prediscovery images back to May-April of 2014, May-April of 2013 and May of 2012. It reached the perihelion in September of 1775.
It has a perihelion of 38.58 AU and an aphelion of 55.71 AU. The semimajor axis is at 47.15 AU. It has an orbital period of 324 years. It has an inclination of  11.3º. [uncertainty=3; H=4.5]
Orbital resonance:
1:11 with Saturn (99.9%)

2015 BH518 is a 'Distant object' discovered in January of 2015. There are prediscovery images back to June of 2012, January of 2012, October of 2011 and May of 2011. It reached the perihelion in June of 2013.
It has a perihelion of 25.35 AU and an aphelion of 30.63 AU. The semimajor axis is at 27.99 AU. It has an orbital period of 148 years. It has an inclination of  10.9º. [uncertainty=2]

2014 YA50 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to February of 2014, March of 2011, March of 2004, February of 2003 and March of 2002. It reached the perihelion in April of 1741.
It has a perihelion of 38.64 AU and an aphelion of 54.91 AU. The semimajor axis is at 46.78 AU. It has an orbital period of 320 years. It has an inclination of  23.8º(quindecile 24º, 0º09' orb). [uncertainty=1]

2014 WK509 is a 'Distant object' discovered in November of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to December of 2013, October of 2012 and October of 2011. It reached the perihelion in April of 1742.
It has a perihelion of 40.16 AU and an aphelion of 61.76 AU. The semimajor axis is at 50.96 AU. It has an orbital period of 364 years. It has an inclination of  14.5º(15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º28' orb). [uncertainty=3]

(472271) 2014 UM33 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to September of 2014, October of 2013, February of 2013, November-October of 2012, January of 2011, November of 2010, January of 2009 and October of 2003. It was spotted without being identified in October of 2010. It reached the perihelion in June of 1806.
It has a perihelion of 36.16 AU and an aphelion of 49.62 AU. The semimajor axis is at 42.89 AU. It has an orbital period of 281 years. It has an inclination of  17.4º (vigintile 18º [=quintile 72º > 0º Cancer], 0º36' orb). [uncertainty=2; H=4.7]. Same semimajor axis as (420356) Praamzius, but higher excetrity. // 07.12.2014
Orbital resonance:
10:17 with Neptune (99.6%)
3:10 with Uranus (99.6%)
2:19 with Saturn (99.5%)

2014 TZ33 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2014. There is a prediscovery image back to September of 2014. It reached the perihelion in May of 2015.
It has a perihelion of 9.40 AU and an aphelion of 67.11 AU. The semimajor axis is at 38.25 AU. It has an orbital period of 237 years. It has an inclination of  86.0º(square 90º, 3º59' orb). [uncertanty=1]. Eden Garden.

2014 TZ85 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to January of 2014 and December of 2013. It reached the perihelion in April of 1896.
It has a perihelion of 32.69 AU and an aphelion of 54.90 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.79 AU. It has an orbital period of 290 years. It has an inclination of  14.8º(15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º07' orb). [uncertainty=5] 

2014 SR303 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2014. It reached the perihelion in December of 2015.
It has a perihelion of 10.33 AU and an aphelion of 19.74 AU. The semimajor axis is at 15.03 AU. It has an orbital period of 58 years and 116 days. It has an inclination of   3.0º(conjunction, 3º02' orb). [uncertainty=3]. Environment exploration.


2014 QR441 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2014. It will reach the perihelion in June of 2024.
It has a perihelion of 42.59 AU and an aphelion of 92.33 AU. The semimajor axis is at 67.46 AU. It has an orbital period of 554 years. It has an inclination of  42.2º (golden aspect 42º30' [=golden aspect 137º30' > 0º Libra], 0º16' orb). [uncertainty=4]
 

2014 PR70 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to September of 2013 and August of 2011. It will reach the perihelion in July of 2018.
It has a perihelion of 14.40 AU and an aphelion of 123.96 AU. The semimajor axis is at 69.18 AU. It has an orbital period of 575 years. It has an inclination of   7.6º. [uncertainty=0]

Orbital resonance:
2:7 with Neptune (99.6%)
3:7 with Pluto (99.4%)
 

2014 OE394 is a 'Distant object' discovered in July of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to June of 2013, June of 2012 and August of 2011. It reached the perihelion in December of 1954.
It has a perihelion of 40.80 AU and an aphelion of 51.97 AU. The semimajor axis is at 46.39 AU. It has an orbital period of 316 years. It has an inclination of   3.9º (conjunction, 3º56' orb). [uncertainty=2; H=4.6]
Orbital resonance:
11:14 with Pluto (99.7%)
4:15 with Uranus (99.7%)

2014 NW65 is a 'Distant object' discovered in July of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to August of 2013 and August of 2011. It reached the perihelion in May of 1927.
It has a perihelion of 11.09 AU and an aphelion of 35.01 AU. The semimajor axis is at 23.05 AU. It has an orbital period of 111 years. It has an inclination of  20.4º(seminonile 20º [=cuadrinonile 160º > 0º Libra], 0º28' orb). [uncertainty=2]
 

2014 LM28 is a 'Distant object' discovered in June of 2014. It will reach the perihelion in November of 2017.
It has a perihelion of 16.77 AU and an aphelion of 510.92 AU. The semimajor axis is at 263.84 AU. It has an orbital period of 4286 years. It has an inclination of  84.7º. [uncertainty=1]
 

2014 HA200 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to January of 2014, May-April of 2013, May-April of 2012 and January of 2011. It reached the perihelion in August of 1650.
It has a perihelion of 36.89 AU and an aphelion of 75.19 AU. The semimajor axis is at 56.04 AU. It has an orbital period of 420 years. It has an inclination of  10.3º. [uncertainty=2; H=4.5]
Orbital resonance:
1:5 with Uranus (99.9%)

2014 FY71 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2014. It reached the perihelion in May of 1978.
It has a perihelion of 33.67 AU and an aphelion of 55.12 AU. The semimajor axis is at 44.40 AU. It has an orbital period of 296 years. It has an inclination of  18.5º(vigintile 18º [=quintile 72º > 0º Cancer], 0º33' orb). [uncertainty=4]

  
2014 FC69 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2014. It reached the perihelion in November of 1866.
It has a perihelion of 40.42 AU and an aphelion of 105.43 AU. The semimajor axis is at 72.92 AU. It has an orbital period of 623 years. It has an inclination of  30.0º(semisextile 30º [=trine 120º > 0º Capricorn/Virgo], 0º04' orb). [uncertainty=7]
 

2014 FZ71 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2014. It reached the perihelion in August of 1368.
It has a perihelion of 55.93 AU and an aphelion of 96.82 AU. The semimajor axis is at 76.38 AU. It has an orbital period of 668 years. It has an inclination of  25.4º(semiseptile 25º43 [=triseptile 154º17' > 0º Libra], 0º17' orb). [uncertainty=5]
 

2014 FT71 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2014. It reached the perihelion in March of 1834.
It has a perihelion of 37.87 AU and an aphelion of 49.34 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.61 AU. It has an orbital period of 288 years. It has an inclination of  27.8º. [uncertainty=6]
 

2014 FC72 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to March of 2013, January of 2006 and May of 2000. It will reach the perihelion in September of 2023.
It has a perihelion of 51.68 AU and an aphelion of 100.96 AU. The semimajor axis is at 76.32 AU. It has an orbital period of 667 years. It has an inclination of  29.8º (semisextile 30º [=trine 120º > 0º Capricorn/Virgo], 0º12' orb). [uncertainty=1; H=4.5]

2014 FW is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2014. It will reach the perihelion in March of 2017.
It has a perihelion of 10.65 AU and an aphelion of 52.47 AU. The semimajor axis is at 31.56 AU. It has an orbital period of 177 years. It has an inclination of  12.6º. [uncertainty=5]
 

2014 EZ51 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to June-May of 2013, May of 2012 and January of 2011. It reached the perihelion in August of 1739.
It has a perihelion of 40.60 AU and an aphelion of 64.04 AU. The semimajor axis is at 52.32 AU. It has an orbital period of 378 years. It has an inclination of  10.2º. [uncertainty=3; H=3.7]

2013 RF98 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2013. It reached the perihelion in November of 2011.
It has a perihelion of 36.28 AU and an aphelion of 613.91 AU. The semimajor axis is at 325.10 AU. It has an orbital period of 5862 years. It has an inclination of  29.5º(semisextile 30º [=trine 120º > 0º Capricorn/Virgo], 0º25' orb). [uncertainty=0]


2014 BV64 is a 'Distant object' discovered in January of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to January of 2012 and February of 2004. It reached the perihelion in July of 1788.
It has a perihelion of 39.40 AU and an aphelion of 52.68 AU. The semimajor axis is at 46.04 AU. It has an orbital period of 312 years. It has an inclination of  15.4º (15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º26' orb). [uncertainty=2; H=4.5]
Orbital resonance:
9:17 with Neptune (99.7%)
4:5 with Pluto (99.2%)

2014 AN55 is a 'Distant object' discovered in January of 2014. There are prediscovery images back to January of 2013, February of 2012, January of 2011 and March of 2005. It reached the perihelion in August of 1643.
It has a perihelion of 34.52 AU and an aphelion of 78.70 AU. The semimajor axis is at 56.61 AU. It has an orbital period of 426 years. It has an inclination of   9.4º. [uncertainty=1; H=4.1]
Orbital resonance:
7:12 with Pluto (99.6%)

2013 XC26 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2013. There is a prediscovery image back to January of 2012. It reached the perihelion in June of 1776.
It has a perihelion of 32.71 AU and an aphelion of 52.42 AU. The semimajor axis is at 42.57 AU. It has an orbital period of 278 years. It has an inclination of  18.6º (vigintile 18º [=quintile 72º > 0º Cancer], 0º39' orb). [uncertainty=1; H=4.4]
Orbital resonance:
8:9 with Pluto (99.7%)
13:22 with Neptune (99.6%)
2:19 with Saturn (99.3%)
3:10 with Uranus (99.2%)

2013 KY18 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2013. It reached the perihelion in July of 1889.
It has a perihelion of 26.59 AU and an aphelion of 33.87 AU. The semimajor axis is at 30.23 AU. It has an orbital period of 166 years. It has an inclination of   6.6º. [uncertainty=4]


2013 JW63 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2013. It reached the perihelion in March of 1736.
It has a perihelion of 36.04 AU and an aphelion of 60.07 AU. The semimajor axis is at 48.06 AU. It has an orbital period of 333 years. It has an inclination of   7.7º. [uncertainty=3]
 

2013 JD64 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2013. There is a prediscovery image back to April of 2013. It will reach the perihelion in October of 2018.
It has a perihelion of 42.61 AU and an aphelion of 102.57 AU. The semimajor axis is at 72.59 AU. It has an orbital period of 618 years. It has an inclination of  50.3º. [uncertainty=4]
 

2013 JO64 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2013. There is a prediscovery image back to April of 2013. It reached the perihelion in February of 2008.
It has a perihelion of 35.12 AU and an aphelion of 255.96 AU. The semimajor axis is at 145.54 AU. It has an orbital period of 1756 years. It has an inclination of   8.5º. [uncertainty=2]

2013 GP136 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 2013. There is a prediscovery image back to February of 2013. It reached the perihelion in August of 167.
It has a perihelion of 41.11 AU and an aphelion of 262.38 AU. The semimajor axis is at 151.75 AU. It has an orbital period of 1869 years. It has an inclination of  33.5º(oncile 32º44', 0º46' orb). [uncertainty=2]
 
2013 FY27 is a scattered disc object discovered in March of 2013 and announced in March of 2014. It has a perihelion of 35.9 AU and an aphelion of 82.6 AU (scattered disc object with medium aphelion). It has a diameter of about 800 km. Sociability. //01.05.2014 

2013 FC28 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2013. It reached the perihelion in April of 1792.
It has a perihelion of 42.47 AU and an aphelion of 50.01 AU. The semimajor axis is at 46.24 AU. It has an orbital period of 314 years. It has an inclination of  16.2º. [uncertainty=5]
 

2013 FZ27 is a scattered disc object discovered in March of 2013 and announced in April of 2014. It has a perihelion of 38.0 AU and an aphelion of 58.6 AU (scattered disc object with low aphelion). It has a diameter of about 480 km. There are prediscovery images back to February of 2013 and  February-January of 2011. //04.04.2014; Facial recognition system.

2013 CA134 is a centaur discovered in February of 2013. The perihelion is at 11.2 AU and an aphelion of 37.2 AU (Nessus family). //15.03.2014

2013 AZ60 is a 'Distant object' discovered in January of 2013. It reached the perihelion in November of 2014.
It has a perihelion of 7.91 AU and an aphelion of 1453.45 AU. The semimajor axis is at 730.68 AU. It has an orbital period of 19751 years. It has an inclination of  16.5º. [uncertainty=0]

2012 GX17 [Etna] is a centaur with 1:1 resonance with Neptune (L5) discovered in April of 2012. It has a perihelion of 17.0 AU and an aphelion of 57.4 AU (Typhon family). It has an inclination of 32.5º. It reached the perihelion in January of 1989. {Zeus threw Mount Etna on top of Typhon, trapping him.} //22.05.2014; Zero tolerance infront of the critical factor. //12-13.07.2014

2012 GU11 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 2012. There are prediscovery images back to June of 2011 and April of 2011. It reached the perihelion in January of 2007.
It has a perihelion of 18.22 AU and an aphelion of 352.90 AU. The semimajor axis is at 185.56 AU. It has an orbital period of 2528 years. It has an inclination of  10.7º. [uncertainty=0; H=8.7]

2012 FZ78 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2012. There are prediscovery images back to February of 2012 and March of 2010. It reached the perihelion in November of 2009.
It has a perihelion of 10.51 AU and an aphelion of 27.76 AU. The semimajor axis is at 19.14 AU. It has an orbital period of 83 years and 270 days. It has an inclination of  16.9º. [uncertainty=0; H=11.0]
Orbital resonance:
1:1 with Uranus (99.6%)
6:17 with Saturn (99.6%)

2012 CE17 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 2012. It will reach the perihelion in July of 2017.
It has a perihelion of 18.98 AU and an aphelion of 24.23 AU. The semimajor axis is at 21.61 AU. It has an orbital period of 100 years. It has an inclination of   5.8º. [uncertainty=2]

2012 CG is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 2012. There are prediscovery images back to January of 2011, December of 2009, February of 2008, February-January of 2003, December of 2002 and December of 2001. It reached the perihelion in July of 2001.
It has a perihelion of 14.51 AU and an aphelion of 43.60 AU. The semimajor axis is at 29.06 AU. It has an orbital period of 157 years. It has an inclination of  14.5º(15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º26' orb). [uncertainty=1]. Decide how are you goning to deal with the conflict or the incidence.

(386968) 2012 BR61 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2008. It was spotted without being identified in january of 2012. It will reach the perihelion in September of 2016.
It has a perihelion of 11.67 AU and an aphelion of 31.84 AU. The semimajor axis is at 21.76 AU. It has an orbital period of 102 years. It has an inclination of   2.0º. [uncertainty=0]
Orbital resonance:
17:7 with Pluto (99.9%)

2011 WG157 is a 'Distant object' discovered in November of 2011. There are prediscovery images back to October of 2009 and September of 2004. It reached the perihelion in March of 1921.
It has a perihelion of 29.06 AU and an aphelion of 30.87 AU. The semimajor axis is at 29.97 AU. It has an orbital period of 164 years. It has an inclination of  22.3º (semioctile 22º30', 0º11' orb). [uncertainty=1]

(389820) 2011 WU92 is a centaur discovered in October of 2010 and rediscovered in the years 2011 and 2013 (2011 WU92 = 2013 AJ13). The perihelion is 5.6 AU and 12.5 AU (Jupiter-Thereus combination). It has a diameter of about 12 km. To persuade somebody to do something. //15.05.2014

2011 HM102 is a Neptune trojan (L5) discovered in April of 2011. It has a perihelion of 27.7 AU and an aphelion of 32.4 AU. Shoking action with symbolic meaning, that was detailed planed during long time and was motivated by cosmic justice.

2011 OD16 is a centaur discovered in July of 2011. It has a perihelion of 19.7 AU and an aphelion of 27.3 AU. It has a diameter of about 80 km. Casual circumstances that totally change our life or consciousness. //17.08.2012

2011 QF99 is a Uranus trojan (L4) discovered in August of 2011. It has a perihelion of 15.8 AU and an aphelion of 22.5 AU. . //10.04.2014; The caracter is tested when you are up against it.  //11.03.2012

2011 KT19 [nicknamed Niku, a Chinese adjective meaning "rebellious"] is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2011 and rediscovered in August of 2016. It reached the perihelion in March of 1999.
It has a perihelion of 23.78 AU and an aphelion of 47.42 AU. The semimajor axis is at 35.60 AU. It has an orbital period of 212 years. It has an inclination of 110.1º. It has a diameter of about 120 km. [uncertainty=1]
Orbital resonance:
7:9 with Neptune (99.9%)
7:6 with Pluto (99.8%)
2:5 with Uranus (99.0%)

2011 GM27 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 2011. There is a prediscovery image back to January of 2006. It reached the perihelion in October of 1956.
It has a perihelion of 42.54 AU and an aphelion of 45.26 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.90 AU. It has an orbital period of 291 years. It has an inclination of  13.0º. [uncertainty=3]

C/2011 KP36 is a long period comet discovered in May of 2011. It has a perihelion of 4.9 AU and an aphelion of 71.9 UA (scattered disc object with low aphelion and Jupiter at the perhelion). It has a diameter of about 60 km. . Impossible is nothing.  //24.11.2011; Overcome handicapping. //08.03.2014

2010 WG9 is a 'Distant object' discovered in November of 2010. There is a prediscovery image back to December of 2009. It reached the perihelion in February of 2006.
It has a perihelion of 18.77 AU and an aphelion of 87.29 AU. The semimajor axis is at 53.03 AU. It has an orbital period of 386 years. It has an inclination of  70.2º. [uncertainty=2]

2010 VK201 is a 'Distant object' discovered in November of 2010. It reached the perihelion in January of 1877.
It has a perihelion of 38.39 AU and an aphelion of 47.91 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.15 AU. It has an orbital period of 283 years. It has an inclination of  28.8º. [uncertainty=5].

2010 TY53 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2010. There is a prediscovery image back to October of 2004. It reached the perihelion in December of 1799.
It has a perihelion of 21.01 AU and an aphelion of 56.91 AU. The semimajor axis is at 38.96 AU. It has an orbital period of 243 years. It has an inclination of  22.4º (semioctile 22º30', 0º03' orb). [uncertainty=2]=1]. Perturbing events.

2010 GB174 is an inner Oort cloud object discovered in April of 2010. It has a perihelion of 48.5 AU and an aphelion of 681.2 AU. The perihelion is at 27º59' Cancer (trine, 2º01' orb). It has an inclination of 21.5º. It reached perihelion in December of 1951. It has a diameter of about 220 km. There is a prediscovery image back to June of 2009. //31.03.2014; 19.04.2014; Recondite paradise. //14.09.2014; The challenge of coming back to society and the rest of the world, after been isolated.

2010 RF43 is a scattered disc object discovered in September of 2010. It has a perihelion of 36.9 AU and an aphelion of 61.8 AU (scattered disc object with low aphelion). It has a diameter of about 630 km. The whistleblower.  //13.12.2011

2010 TJ is a scattered disc object discovered in October of 2010. It has a perihelion of 39.92 AU and an aphelion of 86.14 AU (scattered disc object with high aphelion). The semimajor axis is at 63.03 AU. It has an orbital period of 500 years. It reached the perihelion in January of 2001./24.08.2014; Social intelligence applied to stabilize others (in a living place, work or relationship), that appears as a unforeseen shift oportunity. //19.11.2014

2010 RE64 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2010. It reached the perihelion in September of 1543.
It has a perihelion of 36.05 AU and an aphelion of 95.45 AU. The semimajor axis is at 65.75 AU. It has an orbital period of 533 years. It has an inclination of  13.5º. [uncertainty=5]. Collective Forces.

(382004) 2010 RM64 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2010. It reached the perihelion in October of 2012.
It has a perihelion of 6.17 AU and an aphelion of 33.64 AU. The semimajor axis is at 19.91 AU. It has an orbital period of 88 years and 306 days. It has an inclination of  26.9º. [uncertainty=0] 

2010 HE79 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2002. There are prediscovery images back to March of 1993 and May of 1992. It was spotted without being identified in april of 2010. It reached the perihelion in June of 1975.
It has a perihelion of 31.95 AU and an aphelion of 46.30 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.12 AU. It has an orbital period of 245 years. It has an inclination of  15.7º (15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º42' orb). [uncertainty=2]

2010 ET65 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2010. There are prediscovery images back to March of 2004, January of 2003, April-February of 2002. It reached the perihelion in July of 2013.
It has a perihelion of 39.62 AU and an aphelion of 86.03 AU. The semimajor axis is at 62.83 AU. It has an orbital period of 498 years. It has an inclination of  30.5º (semisextile 30º [=trine 120º > 0º Capricorn/Virgo], 0º33' orb). [uncertainty=2]

2010 EL139 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2010. It reached the perihelion in November of 1993.
It has a perihelion of 36.70 AU and an aphelion of 42.36 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.53 AU. It has an orbital period of 249 years. It has an inclination of  22.9º (semioctile 22º30', 0º28' orb). [uncertainty=5]

2010 ER65 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2010. It reached the perihelion in August of 2006.
It has a perihelion of 40.01 AU and an aphelion of 159.52 AU. The semimajor axis is at 99.76 AU. It has an orbital period of 997 years. It has an inclination of  21.2º (golden aspect 21º15' [golden aspect 68º45' > 0º Cancer], 0º01' orb). [uncertainty=4]

(328884) 2010 LJ109 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 2010. There is a prediscovery image back to March of 2008. It was spotted without being identified in june of 2010. It reached the perihelion in January of 2010.
It has a perihelion of 9.10 AU and an aphelion of 17.35 AU. The semimajor axis is at 13.22 AU. It has an orbital period of 48 years and 40 days. It has an inclination of  24.8º (quindecile 24º, 0º53' orb). [uncertainty=0]
Orbital resonance:
7:4 with Uranus (99.7%)

(349933) 2009 YF7 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2009. It will reach the perihelion in August of 2018.
It has a perihelion of 6.51 AU and an aphelion of 17.73 AU. The semimajor axis is at 12.12 AU. It has an orbital period of 42 years and 76 days. It has an inclination of  30.9º (semisextile 30º [=trine 120º > 0º Capricorn/Virgo], 0º59' orb). [uncertainty=1]
Orbital resonance:
2:1 with Uranus (99.5%)

(418993) 2009 MS9 is a 'Distant object' discovered in June of 2009. It reached the perihelion in February of 2013.
It has a perihelion of 11.00 AU and an aphelion of 684.36 AU. The semimajor axis is at 347.68 AU. It has an orbital period of 6483 years. It has an inclination of  68.0º (semioctile 67º30', 0º33' orb). [uncertainty=0]. Open to spiritual energy. Things can be very different depending in the way you approach to them.

2009 KK30 is scattered disc object discovered in May of 2009. It has a perihelion of 37.6 AU and an aphelion of 82.4 AU (scattered disc object with medium aphelion). It has a diameter of about 170 km. Believe in you.  //02.01.2012

(332685) 2009 HH36 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 2009. There are prediscovery images back to March of 2009 and April of 2008. It reached the perihelion in September of 2013.
It has a perihelion of 7.04 AU and an aphelion of 18.28 AU. The semimajor axis is at 12.66 AU. It has an orbital period of 45 years and 18 days. It has an inclination of  23.2º (semioctile 22º30', 0º48' orb). [uncertainty=0]. Delete friends in the social network.
Orbital resonance:
11:2 with Pluto (99.9%)
5:19 with Jupiter (99.9%)
11:3 with Neptune (99.7%)
13:7 with Uranus (99.5%)
13:20 with Saturn (99.4%)

(342842) 2008 YB3 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2008. It reached the perihelion in March of 2011.
It has a perihelion of 6.50 AU and an aphelion of 16.73 AU. The semimajor axis is at 11.61 AU. It has an orbital period of 39 years and 219 days. It has an inclination of 105.0º (105º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Geminis/Virgo, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Sagittarius/Pisces], 0º02' orb). [uncertainty=0]. Devasting tecniques that make K.O. to the adversary.
Orbital resonance:
3:10 with Jupiter (99.8%)
17:8 with Uranus (99.8%)
1:21 with Mars (99.7%)
3:4 with Saturn (99.1%)
21:5 with Neptune (99.0%)

(309741) 2008 UZ6 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2008. It reached the perihelion in June of 2011.
It has a perihelion of 10.58 AU and an aphelion of 44.33 AU. The semimajor axis is at 27.45 AU. It has an orbital period of 144 years. It has an inclination of  35.8º (decile 36º [=biquintile 144º > 0º Libra], 0º11' orb). [uncertainty=0]
Orbital resonance:
7:12 with Uranus (99.9%)
8:7 with Neptune (99.8%)
12:7 with Pluto (99.6%)

(309737) 2008 SJ236 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2008. There are prediscovery images back to September of 2007, September-August of 2006. It reached the perihelion in November of 2009.
It has a perihelion of 6.16 AU and an aphelion of 15.82 AU. The semimajor axis is at 10.99 AU. It has an orbital period of 36 years and 175 days. It has an inclination of   6.0º. [uncertainty=0]. Solve a misunderstanding.
Orbital resonance:
9:2 with Neptune (99.6%)
13:16 with Saturn (99.3%)
16:7 with Uranus (99.2%)

2008 SO266 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2008. It reached the perihelion in December of 1989.
It has a perihelion of 29.83 AU and an aphelion of 48.67 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.25 AU. It has an orbital period of 246 years. It has an inclination of  18.8º (vigintile 18º [=quintile 72º > 0º Cancer], 0º49' orb). [uncertainty=2]

(315898) 2008 QD4 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2008. It reached the perihelion in August of 2010.
It has a perihelion of 5.45 AU and an aphelion of 11.38 AU. The semimajor axis is at 8.41 AU. It has an orbital period of 24 years and 153 days. It has an inclination of  42.0º (golden aspect 42º30' [=golden aspect 137º30' > 0º Libra], 0º29' orb). [uncertainty=0]. Opening to good things.
Orbital resonance:
1:13 with Mars (99.8%)
6:5 with Saturn (99.4%)

2008 NW4 is a 'Distant object' discovered in July of 2008. It will reach the perihelion in October of 2019.
It has a perihelion of 36.54 AU and an aphelion of 53.34 AU. The semimajor axis is at 44.94 AU. It has an orbital period of 301 years. It has an inclination of  23.1º (semioctile 22º30', 0º41' orb). [uncertainty=4]

2008 LC18 is a L5 Neptune trojan discovered in June of 2008. It has the same orbital period as Neptune and orbit at the L5 Lagrangian point, about 60 degrees behind Neptune. It has a perihelion of 27.3 AU and an aphelion of 32.5 AU. It has a diameter of about 90 km. It crossed the ecliptic plane in the year 2011. Poseidon's seaquakes. //13.05.2014

2008 LP17 is a 1:5 resonant scattered disc object discovered in June of 2008. It has a perihelion of 30.0 AU and an aphelion of 144.9 AU. It has an inclination of 5.3º. It reached the perihelion in November of 2012. //09.05.2014
 
2008 CT190 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 2008. There are prediscovery images back to November of 2002 and February of 2002. It reached the perihelion in January of 2012.
It has a perihelion of 34.69 AU and an aphelion of 71.87 AU. The semimajor axis is at 53.28 AU. It has an orbital period of 389 years. It has an inclination of  38.8º. [uncertainty=2]

2007 XV50 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2007. It reached the perihelion in August of 1929.
It has a perihelion of 43.11 AU and an aphelion of 48.91 AU. The semimajor axis is at 46.01 AU. It has an orbital period of 312 years. It has an inclination of  22.8º (semioctile 22º30', 0º23' orb). [uncertainty=4]

2007 VH305 is a 'Distant object' discovered in November of 2007. There are prediscovery images back to October-September of 2007. It reached the perihelion in June of 2010.
It has a perihelion of 8.20 AU and an aphelion of 40.58 AU. The semimajor axis is at 24.39 AU. It has an orbital period of 121 years. It has an inclination of   6.2º. [uncertainty=0]

2007 VL305 is a L4 Neptune trojan discovered in November of 2007. There are prediscovery images back to October-September of 2007, November-October of 2006 and November of 2005. It has the same orbital period as Neptune and orbit at the L4 Lagrangian point, about 60 degrees ahead of Neptune. It has a perihelion of 28.1 AU and an aphelion of 32.2 AU. It has an inclination of 28.1º. Fantasy founded in personal experiences. //04.06.2014

2007 UM126 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2007. There are prediscovery images back to September of 2007, October of 2006, August of 2006, August of 2004 and July of 2001. It reached the perihelion in May of 2002.
It has a perihelion of 8.52 AU and an aphelion of 17.22 AU. The semimajor axis is at 12.87 AU. It has an orbital period of 46 years and 65 days. It has an inclination of  41.7º (golden aspect 42º30' [=golden aspect 137º30' > 0º Libra], 0º44' orb). [uncertainty=1]
Orbital resonance:
20:11 with Uranus (99.9%)
7:11 with Saturn (99.7%)


(341275) 2007 RG283 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2007. It will reach the perihelion in January of 2023.
It has a perihelion of 15.26 AU and an aphelion of 24.59 AU. The semimajor axis is at 19.93 AU. It has an orbital period of 88 years and 361 days. It has an inclination of  28.7º. [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
2:15 with Jupiter (99.9%)
13:7 with Neptune (99.7%)
14:5 with Pluto (99.4%)
1:3 with Saturn (99.2%)


2007 NC7 is a 'Distant object' discovered in July of 2007. It reached the perihelion in August of 1996.
It has a perihelion of 16.86 AU and an aphelion of 51.15 AU. The semimajor axis is at 34.00 AU. It has an orbital period of 198 years. It has an inclination of   6.3º. [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
5:4 with Pluto (99.9%)
 

(444745) 2007 JF43 is a plutino discovered in May of 2007. There are prediscovery images back to April of 2007, May-April of 2002. It reached the perihelion in March of 1815.
It has a perihelion of 32.25 AU and an aphelion of 46.54 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.39 AU. It has an orbital period of 247 years. It has an inclination of  15.0º (15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º04' orb). [uncertainty=2]. Discard the actual cycle.
 

2007 BP102 is a 'Distant object' discovered in January of 2007. It reached the perihelion in December of 2009.
It has a perihelion of 17.72 AU and an aphelion of 30.26 AU. The semimajor axis is at 23.99 AU. It has an orbital period of 118 years. It has an inclination of  64.7º (bioncile 65º27', 0º43' orb). [uncertainty=1]
Orbital resonance:
21:10 with Pluto (99.9%)
1:4 with Saturn (99.8%)
7:5 with Neptune (99.7%)
5:7 with Uranus (99.6%)
 

2006 RJ103 is a Neptune trojan discovered in September of 2006. There are prediscovery images back to December-September of 2005. It reached the perihelion in June of 1896.
It has a perihelion of 29.17 AU and an aphelion of 31.06 AU. The semimajor axis is at 30.12 AU. It has an orbital period of 165 years. It has an inclination of   8.1º. [uncertainty=4];
Context or environment invented. Virtual reality.

(364171) 2006 JZ81 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2006. There is a prediscovery image back to March of 2004. It reached the perihelion in June of 2008.
It has a perihelion of 41.09 AU and an aphelion of 48.63 AU. The semimajor axis is at 44.86 AU. It has an orbital period of 301 years. It has an inclination of   3.5º (conjunction, 3º33' orb). [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
6:11 with Neptune (99.6%)
9:11 with Pluto (99.4%)
 

2006 HX122 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 2006. It reached the perihelion in May of 1951.
It has a perihelion of 36.30 AU and an aphelion of 103.47 AU. The semimajor axis is at 69.88 AU. It has an orbital period of 584 years. It has an inclination of  12.8º. [uncertainty=5]
 

2006 BR284 is a 'Distant object' discovered in January of 2006. There is a prediscovery image back to March of 2004. It reached the perihelion in July of 2004.
It has a perihelion of 42.10 AU and an aphelion of 46.02 AU. The semimajor axis is at 44.06 AU. It has an orbital period of 293 years. It has an inclination of   1.1º (conjunction, 1º09' orb). [uncertainty=3]
 

(308634) 2005 XU100 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2005. There are prediscovery images back to April of 2005 and February of 2005. It reached the perihelion in March of 1958.
It has a perihelion of 39.11 AU and an aphelion of 48.26 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.69 AU. It has an orbital period of 289 years. It has an inclination of   7.8º. [uncertainty=3]
. Evolution without external intervention.
Orbital resonance:
6:7 with Pluto (99.9%)
4:7 with Neptune (99.7%)
 

2005 VZ122 is a 5:8 resonant Kuiper belt object discovered in November of 2005. It has a perihelion of 33.9 AU and an aphelion on 49.2 AU. It has a moon discovered in September of 2008 an announced in the year 2011. It has a diameter of about 115 km + 45 km. //14.04.2014

(385695) 2005 TO74 is a L4 Neptune trojan discovered in October of 2005. It has the same orbital period as Neptune and orbit at the L4 Lagrangian point, about 60 degrees ahead of Neptune. It has a perihelion of 28.5 AU and an aphelion of 31.9 AU. It has a diameter of about 90 km. An important astronomical observation was made in June of 2008. The Wizard of Oz. //13.05.2014

2005 TN53 is a L4 Neptune trojan discovered in October of 2005. It has the same orbital period as Neptune and orbit at the L4 Lagrangian point, about 60 degrees ahead of Neptune. It has a perihelion of 28.2 AU and an aphelion of 32.3 AU. It has a diameter of about 90 km. An important astronomical observation was made in September of 2007. Dictionary of dreams.

2005 VJ119 is a scattered disc object discovered in November of 2005. There is a prediscovery image back to February of 2003. It has a perihelion of 11.3 AU and an aphelion of 59.2 AU (scattered disc object with low aphelion and Saturn at the perihelion). It has an inclination of 10.0º. It has a diameter of about 33 km. It reached the perihelion in December of 2008. Stand up for someone. //30.04.2014

2005 TN74 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2005. It will reach the perihelion in November of 2022.
It has a perihelion of 32.10 AU and an aphelion of 52.49 AU. The semimajor axis is at 42.30 AU. It has an orbital period of 275 years. It has an inclination of   2.1º (conjunction, 2º10' orb). [uncertainty=4]. A meditated change in identity.
Orbital resonance:
9:10 with Pluto (99.9%)
3:5 with Neptune (99.8%)

(145474) 2005 SA278 is a scattered disc object discovered in September of 2005. There are prediscovery images back to November-September of 2003, October-September of 2002, November-October of 2001. It has a perihelion of 33.04 AU and an aphelion of 154.22 AU (scattered disc object with high aphelion). The semimajor axis is at 93.63 AU. It has an orbital period of 906 years. Orbital resonance: 2:11 with Neptune (99.9%) /20.09.2014; First signals of the beginning of an unwanted cycle. //13.10.2014; Psychological preservation during interaction. //24.11.2014

(308379) 2005 RS43 is a twotino discovered in September of 2005. It has a perihelion of 38.3 AU and an aphelion of 57.3 AU (scattered disc object with low aphelion). There are prediscovery images back to September of 1990, October of 1988, September of 1985, October of 1983 and July of 1977. It has a diameter of about 383 km. Keep hide the standing.  //01.08.2013; Infiltration. //07.03.2014

(303712) 2005 PR21 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2005. It reached the perihelion in October of 1973.
It has a perihelion of 39.51 AU and an aphelion of 48.43 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.97 AU. It has an orbital period of 292 years. It has an inclination of   1.3º (conjunction, 1º21' orb). [uncertainty=3]. Evolution without external intervention. 

(134210) 2005 PQ21 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2005. There is a prediscovery image back to July of 2004. It was spotted without being identified in august of 2001 and august of 2002. It reached the perihelion in August of 2007.
It has a perihelion of 37.61 AU and an aphelion of 85.61 AU. The semimajor axis is at 61.61 AU. It has an orbital period of 484 years. It has an inclination of   6.4º. [uncertainty=1]. Make others follow the rules or the direction of the grup.

(308193) 2005 CB79 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 2005. There are prediscovery images back to March of 2003, March of 2002 and December of 2001. It reached the perihelion in March of 1760.
It has a perihelion of 37.27 AU and an aphelion of 49.98 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.62 AU. It has an orbital period of 288 years. It has an inclination of  28.5º. [uncertainty=3]. Repairing mistakes.
Orbital resonance:
4:7 with Neptune (99.8%)
6:7 with Pluto (99.6%)

(385571) Otrera is a L4 Neptune trojan discovered in October of 2004. It has the same orbital period as Neptune and orbit at the L4 Lagrangian point, about 60 degrees ahead of Neptune. It has a perihelion of 29.3 AU and an aphelion of 31.1 AU. It has an inclination of 1.4º. Fantasy about future events. //24.05.2014

2004 TV357 is a 'Other resonant TNO' discovered in October of 2004. It reached the perihelion in January of 1695.
It has a perihelion of 34.48 AU and an aphelion of 61.67 AU. The semimajor axis is at 48.08 AU. It has an orbital period of 333 years. It has an inclination of   9.7º. [uncertainty=3] 

(307982) 2004 PG115 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2004. There are prediscovery images back to June of 2004, September-August of 2002 and June of 2002. It reached the perihelion in March of 2003.
It has a perihelion of 36.37 AU and an aphelion of 142.53 AU. The semimajor axis is at 89.45 AU. It has an orbital period of 846 years. It has an inclination of  16.2º. [uncertainty=1]

(385528) 2004 OR15 is a 'Distant object' discovered in July of 2004. It reached the perihelion in January of 2008.
It has a perihelion of 37.17 AU and an aphelion of 74.82 AU. The semimajor axis is at 56.00 AU. It has an orbital period of 419 years. It has an inclination of   6.9º. [uncertainty=3]. Following the path.

(120216) 2004 EW95 is a plutino discovered in March of 2004. There are prediscovery images back to April-March of 2003, April-March of 2002. It will reach the perihelion in February of 2018.
It has a perihelion of 26.97 AU and an aphelion of 52.03 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.50 AU. It has an orbital period of 248 years. It has an inclination of  29.2º (semisextile 30º [=trine 120º > 0º Capricorn/Virgo], 0º44' orb). [uncertainty=2]. Evaluating the risks.

(136204) 2003 WL7 is a 'Distant object' discovered in November of 2003. There is a prediscovery image back to October of 2003. It reached the perihelion in May of 2011.
It has a perihelion of 14.95 AU and an aphelion of 25.58 AU. The semimajor axis is at 20.27 AU. It has an orbital period of 91 years and 105 days. It has an inclination of  11.1º. [uncertainty=1]
Orbital resonance:
19:7 with Pluto (99.9%)
9:5 with Neptune (99.7%)
12:13 with Uranus (99.7%)

(416400) 2003 UZ117 is a 'Distant object' discovered in October of 2003. There is a prediscovery image back to November of 2002. It reached the perihelion in September of 1738.
It has a perihelion of 38.32 AU and an aphelion of 50.25 AU. The semimajor axis is at 44.29 AU. It has an orbital period of 295 years. It has an inclination of  27.4º. [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
1:10 with Saturn (99.8%)
2:7 with Uranus (99.6%)
5:9 with Neptune (99.4%)
11:13 with Pluto (99.2%)

2003 QX113 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2003. There is a prediscovery image back to June of 2003. It reached the perihelion in August of 1883.
It has a perihelion of 36.76 AU and an aphelion of 62.10 AU. The semimajor axis is at 49.43 AU. It has an orbital period of 348 years. It has an inclination of   6.7º. [uncertainty=4]

2003 QX111 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2003. It reached the perihelion in July of 1946.
It has a perihelion of 33.95 AU and an aphelion of 44.39 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.17 AU. It has an orbital period of 245 years. It has an inclination of   9.5º. [uncertainty=3]

(149560) 2003 QZ91 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2003. It reached the perihelion in June of 1991.
It has a perihelion of 21.74 AU and an aphelion of 61.09 AU. The semimajor axis is at 41.41 AU. It has an orbital period of 267 years. It has an inclination of  34.8º (golden aspect 34º23', 0º28' orb). [uncertainty=3]

(307616) 2003 QW90 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2003. There is a prediscovery image back to September of 2002. It reached the perihelion in July of 1795.
It has a perihelion of 40.24 AU and an aphelion of 47.03 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.64 AU. It has an orbital period of 288 years. It has an inclination of  10.3º. [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
4:7 with Neptune (99.8%)
6:7 with Pluto (99.6%)

2003 LA7 is a 1:4 resonant scattered disc object discovered in June of 2003. It has a perihelion of 35.9 AU and an aphelion of 115.3 AU (scattered disc object with long aphelion). The perihelion is at 6º06' Aquarius (vigintile, 54º, =biquintile [0º Cancer]; 6' orb). It has an inclination of 5.6º. Security guard; control over behaviour and area of action. //02.05.2014

(120132) 2003 FY128 is a scattered disc object discovered in March of 2003. It has a perihelion of 37.0 AU and an aphelion of 62.0 AU. It has a diameter of about 460 km. There are prediscovery images back to March and February of 2002, Mach of 1999, April of 1996 and December of 1989. Do not give up because of difficulties while working. //07.04.2014

(120061) 2003 CO1 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 2003. There are prediscovery images back to March-February of 2002. It reached the perihelion in September of 2006.
It has a perihelion of 10.90 AU and an aphelion of 30.59 AU. The semimajor axis is at 20.75 AU. It has an orbital period of 94 years and 197 days. It has an inclination of  19.7º (seminonile 20º [=cuadrinonile 160º > 0º Libra], 0º15' orb). [uncertainty=0]
Orbital resonance:
8:9 with Uranus (99.9%)
21:8 with Pluto (99.8%)
5:16 with Saturn (99.7%)
1:8 with Jupiter (99.6%)
7:4 with Neptune (99.6%)

(78799) 2002 XW93 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2002. There are prediscovery images back to December of 2001, December of 1993 and December of 1989. It reached the perihelion in August of 1926.
It has a perihelion of 28.48 AU and an aphelion of 46.87 AU. The semimajor axis is at 37.67 AU. It has an orbital period of 231 years. It has an inclination of  14.3º (15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º39' orb). [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
4:11 with Uranus (99.9%)
5:7 with Neptune (99.8%)

(55638) 2002 VE95 is a plutino discovered in November of 2002. There are prediscovery images back to September of 2002, January of 2002, December of 2001, October-September of 2001, August of 2000, November-October of 1997, August of 1996 and October of 1990. It reached the perihelion in December of 2001.
It has a perihelion of 28.01 AU and an aphelion of 50.82 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.41 AU. It has an orbital period of 247 years. It has an inclination of  16.3º. [uncertainty=0]

(119976) 2002 VR130 is a 'Distant object' discovered in November of 2002. It reached the perihelion in July of 2005.
It has a perihelion of 14.75 AU and an aphelion of 33.43 AU. The semimajor axis is at 24.09 AU. It has an orbital period of 118 years. It has an inclination of   3.5º (conjunction, 3º31' orb). [uncertainty=2]. Stop or block a conflictive cycle.
Orbital resonance:
1:4 with Saturn (99.8%)
7:5 with Neptune (99.7%)

(84719) 2002 VR128 is a plutino discovered in November of 2002. There are prediscovery images back to October-September of 2002, October of 2001, August of 1987 and October of 1983. It reached the perihelion in October of 1965.
It has a perihelion of 29.04 AU and an aphelion of 49.71 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.38 AU. It has an orbital period of 247 years. It has an inclination of  14.0º (15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º58' orb). [uncertainty=2]

(363330) 2002 PQ145 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2002. It reached the perihelion in January of 1852.
It has a perihelion of 41.42 AU and an aphelion of 45.85 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.64 AU. It has an orbital period of 288 years. It has an inclination of   3.0º (conjunction, 3º05' orb). [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
4:7 with Neptune (99.8%)
6:7 with Pluto (99.6%)

(250112) 2002 KY14 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2002. It was spotted without being identified in october of 2007. It reached the perihelion in May of 2009.
It has a perihelion of 8.62 AU and an aphelion of 16.48 AU. The semimajor axis is at 12.55 AU. It has an orbital period of 44 years and 178 days. It has an inclination of  19.4º (seminonile 20º [=cuadrinonile 160º > 0º Libra], 0º31' orb). [uncertainty=0]. To put limits or block devastating tecniques.
Orbital resonance:
4:15 with Jupiter (99.9%)
17:9 with Uranus (99.9%)
2:3 with Saturn (99.3%) 

(307251) 2002 KW14 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2002. It reached the perihelion in October of 1972.
It has a perihelion of 37.18 AU and an aphelion of 56.20 AU. The semimajor axis is at 46.69 AU. It has an orbital period of 319 years. It has an inclination of   9.7º. [uncertainty=3]; Dive. Surf.
Orbital resonance:
5:19 with Uranus (99.9%)
7:9 with Pluto (99.8%)

(182934) 2002 GJ32 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 2002. It reached the perihelion in April of 1949.
It has a perihelion of 39.43 AU and an aphelion of 49.34 AU. The semimajor axis is at 44.38 AU. It has an orbital period of 296 years. It has an inclination of  11.6º. [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
5:9 with Neptune (99.7%)
5:6 with Pluto (99.5%)

(95625) 2002 GX32 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 2002. It was spotted without being identified in may of 1994. It reached the perihelion in October of 1996.
It has a perihelion of 33.07 AU and an aphelion of 72.74 AU. The semimajor axis is at 52.90 AU. It has an orbital period of 385 years. It has an inclination of  13.9º. [uncertainty=2].
Orbital resonance:
9:14 with Pluto (99.9%)
3:7 with Neptune (99.8%)

(437915) 2002 GD32 is a Kuiper belt object in 5:9 resonance with Neptune, discovered in April of 2002. It has a perihelion of 38.2 AU and an aphelion of 50.6 AU. //17.08.2013. Understand the meaning changes that made a complete reset.

(119878) 2002 CY224 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 2002. It reached the perihelion in April of 1991.
It has a perihelion of 35.31 AU and an aphelion of 73.45 AU. The semimajor axis is at 54.38 AU. It has an orbital period of 401 years. It has an inclination of  15.7º (15º aspect [=semisquare 45º > 0º Gemini/Pisces, =sesquicuadrate 135º > 0º Virgo/Sagitario], 0º42' orb). [uncertainty=2]. Intervention related with karmic themes that are having an effect on the collective.
Orbital resonance:
7:17 with Neptune (99.8%)

(73480) 2002 PN34 is a centaur discovered in August of 2002. There are prediscovery images back to July of 2002, May of 2002, August of 2001 and June of 2001. It has a perihelion of 13.35 AU and an aphelion of 48.51 AU (Kuiper's cliff). The semimajor axis is at 30.93 AU. It has an orbital period of 172 years. It reached the perihelion in November of 2001. Resist to organizations with closed structure. //07.11.2014

(126154) 2001 YH140 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 2001. It reached the perihelion in January of 2001.
It has a perihelion of 36.42 AU and an aphelion of 48.73 AU. The semimajor axis is at 42.58 AU. It has an orbital period of 278 years. It has an inclination of  11.0º. [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
8:9 with Pluto (99.7%)

2001 QC298 is a binary Kuiper belt object discovered in August of 2001. It has a perihelion of 40.6 AU and an aphelion of 51.7 AU. The companion was discovered in October of 2002 and announced in December of 2002 (189 km + 155 km). There are prediscovery images back to September and July of 2000.  Understanding automatic processes.  //03.11.2012; Being aware of the small changes that are making up and leading to a future chaotic event. //04.06.2015

2001 QR322 is a Neptune trojan (L4) discovered in August of 2001. It has a perihelion of 29.5 AU and an aphelion of 31.1 AU. It has a diameter of about 110 km. It reached its last perihelion in February of 1983. Fantasy with very complex structure and also very original. //08.04.2014

(131696) 2001 XT254 is a centaur discovered in December of 2001. It reached the perihelion in October of 2015.
It has a perihelion of 35.89 AU and an aphelion of 70.96 AU. The semimajor axis is at 53.42 AU. It has an orbital period of 391 years. It has an inclination of   0.5º (conjunction, 0º31' orb). [uncertainty=2]

(131697) 2001 XH255 is a 4:5 resonant Kuiper belt object discovered in December of 2001. The orbit is between Neptune and the Kuiper belt. It has a perihelion of 32.4 AU and an aphelion of 37.9 AU. The perihelion is at 29º31' Virgo (opposition, 29' orb). It has an inclination of 2.8º. Understand the signals and change your life. //28.03.2014

(119315) 2001 SQ73 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 2001. It reached the perihelion in March of 1993.
It has a perihelion of 14.47 AU and an aphelion of 20.55 AU. The semimajor axis is at 17.51 AU. It has an orbital period of 73 years and 109 days. It has an inclination of  17.4º (vigintile 18º [=quintile 72º > 0º Cancer], 0º34' orb). [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
9:4 with Neptune (99.9%)
8:7 with Uranus (99.7%)
2:5 with Saturn (99.5%)
17:5 with Pluto (99.4%) 

2001 QW322 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2001. There is a prediscovery image back to July of 2001. It reached the perihelion in September of 1912.
It has a perihelion of 42.74 AU and an aphelion of 44.99 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.87 AU. It has an orbital period of 291 years. It has an inclination of   4.8º. [uncertainty=4]. Weighed discard 

(182397) 2001 QW297 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2001. There is a prediscovery image back to August of 2000. It reached the perihelion in August of 1947.
It has a perihelion of 39.37 AU and an aphelion of 63.49 AU. The semimajor axis is at 51.43 AU. It has an orbital period of 369 years. It has an inclination of  17.0º (vigintile 18º [=quintile 72º > 0º Cancer], 0º55' orb). [uncertainty=3

2001 QF298 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2001. There is a prediscovery image back to May of 2001. It reached the perihelion in July of 1910.
It has a perihelion of 34.80 AU and an aphelion of 43.72 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.26 AU. It has an orbital period of 246 years. It has an inclination of  22.4º (semioctile 22º30', 0º06' orb). [uncertainty=2]

(139775) 2001 QG298 is a plutino discovered in August of 2001. It reached the perihelion in January of 2011.
It has a perihelion of 31.76 AU and an aphelion of 46.72 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.24 AU. It has an orbital period of 246 years. It has an inclination of   6.4º. [uncertainty=1]. Typical transfomation of a plutino.

(119068) 2001 KC77 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2001. It reached the perihelion in August of 2000.
It has a perihelion of 35.38 AU and an aphelion of 74.93 AU. The semimajor axis is at 55.15 AU. It has an orbital period of 410 years. It has an inclination of  12.9º. [uncertainty=3]
2:5 with Neptune (99.5%)
3:5 with Pluto (99.2%)

(119070) 2001 KP77 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2001. It reached the perihelion in May of 2001.
It has a perihelion of 35.98 AU and an aphelion of 51.24 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.61 AU. It has an orbital period of 288 years. It has an inclination of   3.3º (conjunction, 3º19' orb). [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
4:7 with Neptune (99.8%)
6:7 with Pluto (99.6%)

(88269) 2001 KF77 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 2001. It will reach the perihelion in June of 2017.
It has a perihelion of 19.78 AU and an aphelion of 32.00 AU. The semimajor axis is at 25.89 AU. It has an orbital period of 132 years. It has an inclination of   4.3º. [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
7:11 with Uranus (99.9%)
15:8 with Pluto (99.9%)
5:4 with Neptune (99.8%)
2:9 with Saturn (99.5%)

(82157) 2001 FM185 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2001. It reached the perihelion in October of 1820.
It has a perihelion of 36.49 AU and an aphelion of 41.11 AU. The semimajor axis is at 38.80 AU. It has an orbital period of 242 years. It has an inclination of   5.3º. [uncertainty=3]

(82158) 2001 FP185 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2001. It reached the perihelion in December of 2003.
It has a perihelion of 34.24 AU and an aphelion of 414.40 AU. The semimajor axis is at 224.32 AU. It has an orbital period of 3360 years. It has an inclination of  30.7º (semisextile 30º [=trine 120º > 0º Capricorn/Virgo], 0º46' orb). [uncertainty=0]

(437871) 2001 FN185 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2001. It reached the perihelion in June of 2011.
It has a perihelion of 39.42 AU and an aphelion of 45.93 AU. The semimajor axis is at 42.67 AU. It has an orbital period of 279 years. It has an inclination of  21.7º (golden aspect 21º15' [golden aspect 68º45' > 0º Cancer], 0º27' orb). [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
13:22 with Neptune (99.9%)
8:9 with Pluto (99.8%)
2:19 with Saturn (99.7%)
3:10 with Uranus (99.6%)

(82155) 2001 FZ173 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2001. It reached the perihelion in October of 2010.
It has a perihelion of 32.39 AU and an aphelion of 138.40 AU. The semimajor axis is at 85.40 AU. It has an orbital period of 789 years. It has an inclination of  12.7º. [uncertainty=2]. Identifiing the cycle in wich others are and regulating their behaviour.
5:16 with Pluto (99.5%)
4:19 with Neptune (99.2%)

(150642) 2001 CZ31 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 2001. It reached the perihelion in March of 1727.
It has a perihelion of 39.83 AU and an aphelion of 51.22 AU. The semimajor axis is at 45.52 AU. It has an orbital period of 307 years. It has an inclination of  10.1º. [uncertainty=2]. Be impressed by the degree of evolution of another individual.
Orbital resonance:
7:13 with Neptune (99.6%)
13:16 with Pluto (99.3%)

(63252) 2001 BL41 is a 'Distant object' discovered in January of 2001. There is a prediscovery image back to October of 1996. It reached the perihelion in June of 1998.
It has a perihelion of 6.85 AU and an aphelion of 12.60 AU. The semimajor axis is at 9.73 AU. It has an orbital period of 30 years and 131 days. It has an inclination of  12.5º. [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
7:18 with Jupiter (99.5%)
11:4 with Uranus (99.3%)
1:16 with Mars (99.1%)

(82075) 2000 YW134 is a centaur discovered in December of 2000. It was spotted without being identified in december of 2001. It reached the perihelion in April of 1979.
It has a perihelion of 41.16 AU and an aphelion of 75.49 AU. The semimajor axis is at 58.33 AU. It has an orbital period of 445 years. It has an inclination of  19.7º (seminonile 20º [=cuadrinonile 160º > 0º Libra], 0º14' orb). [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
5:9 with Pluto (99.7%)

(123509) 2000 WK183 is a 'Distant object' discovered in November of 2000. It reached the perihelion in August of 1746.
It has a perihelion of 42.34 AU and an aphelion of 46.54 AU. The semimajor axis is at 44.44 AU. It has an orbital period of 296 years. It has an inclination of   1.9º (conjunction, 1º58' orb). [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
5:9 with Neptune (99.7%)
5:6 with Pluto (99.5%)

(87555) 2000 QB243 is a centaur discovered in August of 2000. It has a perihelion of 15.26 AU and an aphelion of 54.36 AU. The semimajor axis is at 34.81 AU. It has an orbital period of 205 years. It reached the perihelion in April of 1992. Orbital resonance: 1:7 with Saturn (99.4%); 9:22 with Uranus (99.8%); 4:5 with Neptune (99.5%). Hypersensibility to conflicts. //04.06.2014

(54520) 2000 PJ30 is a 'Distant object' discovered in August of 2000. There is a prediscovery image back to July of 2000. It was spotted without being identified in july of 1999. It reached the perihelion in October of 1972.
It has a perihelion of 28.51 AU and an aphelion of 216.54 AU. The semimajor axis is at 122.53 AU. It has an orbital period of 1356 years. It has an inclination of   5.7º. [uncertainty=2]. Unusual risk sports.
2:11 with Pluto (99.5%)
[98.8-99.1%]:
1:16 with Uranus (99.1%)

(118702) 2000 OM67 is a 'Distant object' discovered in July of 2000. It reached the perihelion in January of 1989.
It has a perihelion of 39.24 AU and an aphelion of 156.97 AU. The semimajor axis is at 98.10 AU. It has an orbital period of 972 years. It has an inclination of  23.3º (semioctile 22º30', 0º53' orb). [uncertainty=2]; Make others evolve.

(160091) 2000 OL67 is a 'Distant object' discovered in July of 2000. It reached the perihelion in May of 1957.It has a perihelion of 40.02 AU and an aphelion of 49.74 AU. The semimajor axis is at 44.88 AU. It has an orbital period of 301 years. It has an inclination of   1.9º (conjunction, 1º59' orb). [uncertainty=4]
Orbital resonance:
6:11 with Neptune (99.6%)
5:18 with Uranus (99.5%)
9:11 with Pluto (99.4%)

(60621) 2000 FE8 is a scattered disc object discovered in March of 2000. It has a perihelion of 33.00 AU and an aphelion of 77.87 AU. The semimajor axis is at 55.44 AU. It has an orbital period of 413 years. It reached the perihelion in March of 1982. Orbital resonance: 1:14 with Saturn (99.8%); 1:5 with Uranus (98.3%); 2:5 with Neptune (99.7%). /02.05.2014; //27.11.2014

(60608) 2000 EE173 is a 'Distant object' discovered in March of 2000. It reached the perihelion in April of 2007.
It has a perihelion of 22.59 AU and an aphelion of 77.06 AU. The semimajor axis is at 49.83 AU. It has an orbital period of 352 years. It has an inclination of   5.9º. [uncertainty=0]
Orbital resonance:
5:21 with Uranus (99.7%)
12:17 with Pluto (99.7%)
7:15 with Neptune (99.6%)
1:12 with Saturn (99.5%)

(121725) 1999 XX143 is a 'Distant object' discovered in December of 1999. It reached the perihelion in October of 1973.
It has a perihelion of 9.71 AU and an aphelion of 26.26 AU. The semimajor axis is at 17.99 AU. It has an orbital period of 76 years and 109 days. It has an inclination of   6.7º. [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
13:4 with Pluto (99.9%)
11:10 with Uranus (99.8%)
13:6 with Neptune (99.6%)
5:13 with Saturn (99.6%)

(12929) 1999 TZ1 is a Jupiter trojan discovered in October of 1999. There are prediscovery images back to September of 1999, August of 1987, January of 1980, December of 1979, December of 1953 and September of 1953. It was spotted without being identified in february of 1992. It reached the perihelion in March of 2011.
It has a perihelion of 5.01 AU and an aphelion of 5.44 AU. The semimajor axis is at 5.23 AU. It has an orbital period of 11 years and 350 days. It has an inclination of  43.4º (golden aspect 42º30' [=golden aspect 137º30' > 0º Libra], 0º57' orb). [uncertainty=0]. Put to the test.

(12126) 1999 RM11 is a Jupiter trojan discovered in September of 1999. There are prediscovery images back to August-July of 1999, May of 1998 and March of 1996. It was spotted without being identified in september of 1904, september of 1975, november of 1978, may of 1985, september of 1987, september of 1988 and april of 1996. It reached the perihelion in December of 2010.
It has a perihelion of 4.14 AU and an aphelion of 6.31 AU. The semimajor axis is at 5.23 AU. It has an orbital period of 11 years and 354 days. It has an inclination of   2.0º (conjunction, 2º03' orb). [uncertainty=0]

(181902) 1999 RD215 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 1999. It reached the perihelion in December of 1988.
It has a perihelion of 37.60 AU and an aphelion of 204.62 AU. The semimajor axis is at 121.11 AU. It has an orbital period of 1333 years. It has an inclination of  25.9º (semiseptile 25º43 [=triseptile 154º17' > 0º Libra], 0º15' orb). [uncertainty=1]
[98.8-99.1%]:
1:16 with Uranus (99.1%)
3:16 with Pluto (99.1%)
1:8 with Neptune (98.8%)

1999 OJ4 is a 'Distant object' discovered in July of 1999. It reached the perihelion in May of 1838.
It has a perihelion of 36.94 AU and an aphelion of 38.80 AU. The semimajor axis is at 37.87 AU. It has an orbital period of 233 years. It has an inclination of   4.0º. [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
12:17 with Neptune (99.8%)
4:11 with Uranus (99.1%)
1:8 with Saturn (98.8%)

(40314) 1999 KR16 is a 'Distant object' discovered in May of 1999. It reached the perihelion in January of 1689.
It has a perihelion of 33.98 AU and an aphelion of 63.64 AU. The semimajor axis is at 48.81 AU. It has an orbital period of 341 years. It has an inclination of  24.7º (quindecile 24º, 0º48' orb). [uncertainty=2]; Keep in the actual cycle.
Orbital resonance:
8:11 with Pluto (99.8%)

(79978) 1999 CC158 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 1999. It reached the perihelion in February of 1969.
It has a perihelion of 39.10 AU and an aphelion of 69.47 AU. The semimajor axis is at 54.28 AU. It has an orbital period of 400 years. It has an inclination of  18.7º (vigintile 18º [=quintile 72º > 0º Cancer], 0º43' orb). [uncertainty=2]. Collective karma.
Orbital resonance:
13:21 with Pluto (99.9%)
7:17 with Neptune (99.9%)
4:19 with Uranus (99.7%)

1999 CF119 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 1999. It reached the perihelion in November of 2010.
It has a perihelion of 38.71 AU and an aphelion of 142.02 AU. The semimajor axis is at 90.37 AU. It has an orbital period of 859 years. It has an inclination of  19.6º (seminonile 20º [=cuadrinonile 160º > 0º Libra], 0º19' orb). [uncertainty=1]
Orbital resonance:
4:21 with Neptune (99.2%)
2:7 with Pluto (99.0%)

1999 CZ118 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 1999. It reached the perihelion in June of 725.
It has a perihelion of 37.52 AU and an aphelion of 201.49 AU. The semimajor axis is at 119.50 AU. It has an orbital period of 1306 years. It has an inclination of  27.7º. [uncertainty=1]
4:21 with Pluto (99.5%)
1:8 with Neptune (99.0%)

(181867) 1999 CV118 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 1999. It reached the perihelion in September of 1982.
It has a perihelion of 37.60 AU and an aphelion of 68.80 AU. The semimajor axis is at 53.20 AU. It has an orbital period of 388 years. It has an inclination of   5.4º. [uncertainty=2]
Orbital resonance:
7:11 with Pluto (99.6%)
8:19 with Neptune (99.1%)

1999 CY118 is a 'Distant object' discovered in February of 1999. It reached the perihelion in October of 2005.
It has a perihelion of 34.62 AU and an aphelion of 149.38 AU. The semimajor axis is at 92.00 AU. It has an orbital period of 882 years. It has an inclination of  25.5º (semiseptile 25º43 [=triseptile 154º17' > 0º Libra], 0º10' orb). [uncertainty=0]
Orbital resonance:
2:21 with Uranus (99.9%)
3:16 with Neptune (99.6%)

1998 WV24 is a plutino discovered in November of 1998. It reached the perihelion in June of 1964.
It has a perihelion of 37.67 AU and an aphelion of 40.65 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.16 AU. It has an orbital period of 245 years. It has an inclination of   1.5º (conjunction, 1º31' orb). [uncertainty=3]; Medical or psichological supervision over time.

(33340) 1998 VG44 is a plutino discovered in November of 1998. The orbit is between Neptune and 50 AU. It has a perihelion of 29.4 AU and an aphelion of 49.8 AU. //08.03.2014; The ethimologic meaning of the word 'islam', as shown in the movie "The Prince of Egypt" (1998): accept, surrender, to give in (to God's will), in order to be out of danger. //17.07.2014 

(35671) 1998 SN165 is a 'Distant object' discovered in September of 1998. It reached the perihelion in June of 1833.
It has a perihelion of 36.14 AU and an aphelion of 39.45 AU. The semimajor axis is at 37.79 AU. It has an orbital period of 232 years. It has an inclination of   4.6º. [uncertainty=3]
4:11 with Uranus (99.5%)
5:7 with Neptune (99.4%)

(24978) 1998 HJ151 is a 'Distant object' discovered in April of 1998. It reached the perihelion in February of 1959.
It has a perihelion of 41.10 AU and an aphelion of 45.51 AU. The semimajor axis is at 43.30 AU. It has an orbital period of 285 years. It has an inclination of   2.3º (conjunction, 2º23' orb). [uncertainty=3]
Orbital resonance:
11:19 with Neptune (99.8%)
5:17 with Uranus (99.7%)
13:15 with Pluto (99.7%)

(24952) 1997 QJ4 is a plutino discovered in August of 1997. It reached the perihelion in July of 1784.
It has a perihelion of 30.42 AU and an aphelion of 48.33 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.37 AU. It has an orbital period of 247 years. It has an inclination of  16.5º. [uncertainty=3]; Compassion to a individual traped in a organization of closed structure.

(15883) 1997 CR29 is scattered disc object discovered in February of 1997. It has a perihelion of 37.1 AU and an aphelion of 57.5 AU (scattered disc object with very low aphelion). It has an inclination of 19.1º. It has a diameter of about 160 km. It reached the perihelion in March of 1956. /19.06.2014; {5th mutable line of the hexagram 61 of I-Ching: This describes the ruler who holds all elements together by the power of his personality. Only when the strength of his character is so ample that he can influence all who are subject to him, is he as he needs to be. The power of suggestion must emanate from the ruler. It will firmly knit together and unite all his adherents. Without this central force, all external unity is only deception and breaks down at the decisive moment.} Cohesion. //23.08.2014 

(15875) 1996 TP66 is a plutino discovered in October of 1996. It reached the perihelion in July of 2000.
It has a perihelion of 26.40 AU and an aphelion of 52.66 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.53 AU. It has an orbital period of 249 years. It has an inclination of   5.6º. [uncertainty=1; H=7.0]; Impossible Mission.

(19299) 1996 SZ4 is a plutino discovered in September of 1996. It reached the perihelion in May of 2011.
It has a perihelion of 29.37 AU and an aphelion of 49.95 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.66 AU. It has an orbital period of 250 years. It has an inclination of   4.7º. [uncertainty=2; H=7.9]. Independence.

(20108) 1995 QZ9 is a plutino discovered in August of 1995. It reached the perihelion in May of 1975.
It has a perihelion of 33.72 AU and an aphelion of 45.07 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.39 AU. It has an orbital period of 247 years. It has an inclination of  19.5º (seminonile 20º [=cuadrinonile 160º > 0º Libra], 0º25' orb). [uncertainty=2; H=7.7]. Present centered.

(15836) 1995 DA2 is a 3:4 resonant Kuiper belt object discovered in February of 1995. The orbit is between Neptune and the Kuiper belt. It has a perihelion of 33.7 AU and an aphelion of 39.4 AU. // 12.04.2014; Dealing with limited resources; High efficience to extend duration of limited resources.

(15820) 1994 TB is a plutino discovered in October of 1994. It will reach the perihelion in February of 2019.
It has a perihelion of 26.96 AU and an aphelion of 52.42 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.69 AU. It has an orbital period of 250 years. It has an inclination of  12.1º. [uncertainty=2; H=7.3]; Accompanied by the security guard.
Orbital resonance:
2:17 with Saturn (99.8%)
1:21 with Jupiter (99.6%)

(15810) 1994 JR1 is a plutino discovered in May of 1994. It reached the perihelion in September of 1995.
It has a perihelion of 34.72 AU and an aphelion of 43.70 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.21 AU. It has an orbital period of 246 years. It has an inclination of   3.8º (conjunction, 3º48' orb). [uncertainty=3; H=7.7]

(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 (conjunction, 3º45' orb). [uncertainty=3; H=6.9]. It has a diameter of about 180 km. To put in order fragments jumbled (decode). //19.05.2014
Orbital resonance:
11:13 with Pluto (99.7%)
9:16 with Neptune (99.6%)

(15789) 1993 SC is a plutino discovered in September of 1993. It reached the perihelion in November of 1970.
It has a perihelion of 32.24 AU and an aphelion of 46.76 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.50 AU. It has an orbital period of 248 years. It has an inclination of   5.1º. [uncertainty=2; H=7.0]

(385185) 1993 RO is a plutino discovered in September of 1993. It has a perihelion of 31.51 AU and an aphelion of 47.14 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.33 AU. It has an orbital period of 247 years. It reached the perihelion in February of 1998. Long-awaited definitive ending of the present stage at an organization of closed structure. //09.10.2014; Geting out of an organization of closed structure after having understood how it works.

(15788) 1993 SB is a plutino discovered in September of 1993. It has a perihelion of 26.74 AU and an aphelion of 52.45 AU. The semimajor axis is at 39.59 AU. It has an orbital period of 249 years. //10.10.2014; Homecinema sensations.