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Objects on this page are listed in numeric order for numbered objects and designation order for un-numbered objects.
Submitting images: When submitting images to TA please send them as an e-mail attachment and please try to use the following filename format: object_yyyymmdd_hhmm_observer.jpg where object is the name of the object, yyyymmdd, hhmm is the date and time of the exposure (the hhmm field is optional) and observer is a unique observer code (say your initials). It is also a good idea to include details of the telescope, scale, orientation, camera, filter etc as annotation on the image.

50000 = 2002 LM60 = Quaoar

2006 July 19 (Sostero, Gonano).

2003 UB313

Currently in Cetus this is the largest TNO yet found, rather larger than Pluto. Images: 2005 August 4 (Birtwhistle), 2005 August 6 (Montanucci), 2005 August 10 (Strange).

2005 FY9

2006 February 6 (Gonano), 2009 May 24 (Harlow), 2009 May 26 (Harlow).

2003 EL61

2009 May 26 (Harlow),

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