12356 Carlscheele

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Carlscheele
Discovery and designation
Discovered byE. W. Elst
Discovery siteEuropean Southern Observatory
Discovery dateSeptember 15, 1993
Designations
MPC designation12356
Named afterCarl Wilhelm Scheele
Alternative names1993 RM14
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Aphelion3.2303200
Perihelion2.6425914
Eccentricity0.1000745
Orbital period1837.9497099
Mean anomaly309.81551
Inclination1.59988
Longitude of ascending node192.40682
Argument of perihelion194.10786
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude (H)13.3
 
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Carlscheele
Discovery and designation
Discovered byE. W. Elst
Discovery siteEuropean Southern Observatory
Discovery dateSeptember 15, 1993
Designations
MPC designation12356
Named afterCarl Wilhelm Scheele
Alternative names1993 RM14
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Aphelion3.2303200
Perihelion2.6425914
Eccentricity0.1000745
Orbital period1837.9497099
Mean anomaly309.81551
Inclination1.59988
Longitude of ascending node192.40682
Argument of perihelion194.10786
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude (H)13.3

12356 Carlscheele (1993 RM14) is a main-belt asteroid discovered on September 15, 1993 by E. W. Elst at the European Southern Observatory.

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