2006 QV89
ephemeris date magn radius delta (AU) delta (LD) delta (km) ra dec elong phase
Today17 Jul 201923.51.199 AU0.202 AU78.57 LD30,207,426 km21h27m-10°00'152.4°23.1°
Brightest8 Sep 201918.21.011 AU0.011 AU4.40 LD1,691,651 km18h24m-21°22'110.1°69.3°
Approach11 Sep 201919.51.003 AU0.008 AU3.27 LD1,255,570 km15h21m-22°09'65.8°113.8°

Based on its absolute magnitude (Hₒ) of 25.5 and an albedo between 0.25 and 0.05, the estimated diameter of 2006 QV89 is 20 - 45 m.

2006 QV89- 2019-07-17
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