10101 Fourier

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Fourier
Discovery and designation
Discovered byE. W. Elst
Discovery siteEuropean Southern Observatory
Discovery dateJanuary 30, 1992
Designations
MPC designation10101
Named afterJoseph Fourier
Alternative names1992 BM2
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Ap2.4733539
Peri2.0245213
Eccentricity0.0997877
Orbital period1231.8689844
Mean anomaly348.11861
Inclination3.91562
Longitude of ascending node213.64889
Argument of peri208.87791
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude (H)13.9
 
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Fourier
Discovery and designation
Discovered byE. W. Elst
Discovery siteEuropean Southern Observatory
Discovery dateJanuary 30, 1992
Designations
MPC designation10101
Named afterJoseph Fourier
Alternative names1992 BM2
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Ap2.4733539
Peri2.0245213
Eccentricity0.0997877
Orbital period1231.8689844
Mean anomaly348.11861
Inclination3.91562
Longitude of ascending node213.64889
Argument of peri208.87791
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude (H)13.9

10101 Fourier (1992 BM2) is a main-belt asteroid discovered on January 30th, 1992 by Eric Walter Elst at the European Southern Observatory. It was named after French mathematician Joseph Fourier.

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