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2000 astrometry statistics of NEOs and other unusual objects:

together 2336 positions of 250 NEOs:
  • 28 Atens including recoveries of 1998 XN17, 2000 EA107 and 1999 YK5
  • 115 Apollos including recoveries of 1986 JK, 1999 JV6, 1999 YG3, 1998 BB10, 2000 GJ147 and 2000 DM1
  • 107 Amors including recoveries of 1991 DB and 1998 UN1

    Number of NEOs includes also astrometry of 55 newly discovered potentially hazardous asteroid - 1999 YR14, 2000 AC6, 2000 AF6, 2000 AZ93, confirmation of 2000 AF205, 2000 BN19, 2000 CM33, confirmation of 2000 CO33, 2000 CE59, 2000 CO101, 2000 CP101, 2000 CT101, 2000 DN1, 2000 DO1, 2000 DP107, 2000 EA14, 2000 ED14, 2000 EE14, 2000 EK26, 2000 ET70, 2000 EU70, 2000 EV70, 2000 EW70, confirmation of 2000 EE104, confirmation of 2000 GJ147, 2000 GV147, 2000 HA24, 2000 JF5, 2000 JG5, 2000 KA, confirmation of 2000 GK137, 2000 LF3, confirmation of 2000 LY27, 2000 MU1, confirmation of 2000 OH, confirmation of 2000 OJ8, 2000 L8, confirmation of 2000 PD3, 2000 PN9, 2000 PP9, 2000 QS7, confirmation of 2000 QV7, confirmation of 2000 QW7, confirmation of 2000 QW69, 2000 QK130, 2000 RW37, 2000 RD53, confirmation of 2000 RS11, 2000 SP43, confirmation of PHA Amor 2000 TO64, 2000 UQ30, 2000 WK10, 2000 WO107, 2000 WO148, 2000 YJ11.

  • 75 Mars crossers
  • 4 high inclination or high eccentricity asteroids
  • 7 Centaurs or Outer Planet crossers including recovery of Centaur 1999 UG5.
  • 3 Transneptunian objects - 2000 EB173 (plutino), 2000 GN171 (plutino) and 1999 TC36 (plutino).

    NEO/Centaur recoveries:

    1. Amor-type asteroid 1991 DB
    2. Aten-type asteroid 1998 XN17
    3. PHA Apollo-type asteroid 1986 JK
    4. PHA Apollo-type asteroid 1999 JV6
    5. PHA Apollo-type asteroid 1999 YG3
    6. PHA Apollo-type asteroid 1998 BB10
    7. Centaur-type asteroid 1999 UG5
    8. Aten-type asteroid 2000 EA107
    9. Amor-type asteroid 1998 UN1
    10. PHA Apollo-type asteroid 2000 GJ147
    11. Apollo-type asteroid 2000 DM1
    12. Aten-type asteroid 1999 YK5

    Many of observations of NEOs were published in MPECs.

    The 2000 statistics shows that the Klet' Observatory was the second world most prolific site producing astrometry of PHAs and NEAs published in Minor Planet Electronic Circulars, the LINEAR project was the first.

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