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List of Jupiter-crossing minor planets

A Jupiter-crosser is a minor planet whose orbit crosses that of Jupiter. Jupiter trojans can be inner grazers (105), outer grazers (52), co-orbitals (183), and crossers (537). Discounting them, there is one numbered, 7 non-numbered, and 19 cometary outer-grazers.[1] For the Jupiter trojans, see List of Jupiter trojans (Greek camp) and List of Jupiter trojans (Trojan camp).

Contents

  • Members 1
    • Inner grazers 1.1
    • Outer grazers 1.2
    • Jupiter crossers 1.3
  • To be deleted 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Members

Inner grazers

The following is a list of numbered asteroids before 10000 that are not Jupiter trojans with a<4.950429, 4.950429

Numerical
designation
Name Semimajor axis (a) Perihelion (q) Aphelion (Q) Inclination (i) TJup
1941 Wild 3.96147637 2.8298275 5.09312523 3.952945 2.982
2481 Bürgi 3.97240916 2.8667858 5.07803254 4.500037 2.983
2959 Scholl 3.94644603 2.8583940 5.03449804 5.233461 2.986
3415 Danby 3.96630162 2.9758564 4.95674679 1.366417 3.002
4446 Carolyn 3.98589014 2.8700720 5.10170824 7.239457 2.973
5370 Taranis 3.3316559 1.2177277 5.4558410 19.10277 2.731
8373 Stephengould 3.27970837 1.4600868 5.09932998 40.79126 2.587
8550 Hesiodos 3.94365132 2.9237573 4.96354536 2.878890 2.999
9767 Midsomor Norton 3.3827242 1.456314 5.3091344 21.49828 2.772

Outer grazers

Similar to inner grazers, these orbit with a semi-major axis greater than Jupiter, but still have a perihelion distance within Jupiter's perihelion and aphelion, a>5.458104 and 4.950429

Provisional
designation
Number Semimajor axis (a) Perihelion (q) Aphelion (Q) Inclination (i) TJup
2008 QD4 315898 8.42410 5.450462 11.39774 42.01641 2.387
2000 GQ148 6.415034 5.10450 7.72557 15.81763 2.903
2004 CM111 33 5.00 60 4.67 2.814
2005 VD 434620 6.66224 4.98632 8.33816 172.8655 -1.392
2008 HY21 10.9163 5.38371 16.4489 11.99664 2.919
2010 GW147 174.8 5.38093 344.2 99.62267 -0.447
2010 XZ78 7.6617 5.39009 9.9333 39.2351 2.474
2011 WR74 9.00 5.19 12.82 10.899 2.917
2013 CJ118 10 5.2 16 10 2.914
2013 EK73 437313 13.0189 5.39096 20.647 8.98504 2.932
2013 FU61 9.21 5.35 13.06 19.55 2.842
2014 RE12 14.31 5.082 23.53 31.55 2.524

Jupiter crossers

These are asteroids that cross the orbit of Jupiter in any sort of way, defined simply as having a perihelion less than that of Jupiter's perihelion, and an aphelion greater than Jupiter's aphelion.

Number Name/Designation Semimajor axis (a) Perihelion (q) Aphelion (Q) Inclination (i) TJup
944 Hidalgo 5.73650908 1.9415260 9.5315921 42.52454 2.068
3552 Don Quixote 4.22198210 1.2099156 7.23404861 31.029816 2.314
5164 Mullo 3.69327190 1.8504846 5.53605921 19.278250 2.787
5335 Damocles 11.831 1.57294 22.090 62.0845 1.143
6144 Kondojiro 4.75035383 3.0319800 6.4687276 5.887297 2.868
15504 1999 RG33 9.3964 2.149710 16.6431 34.9021 1.957
18916 2000 OG44 3.84737395 1.5936645 6.10108342 7.41703 2.735
20461 Dioretsa 23.776 2.390026 45.162 160.40358 -1.541
20898 Fountainhills 4.22660409 2.26088477 6.1923234 45.52005 2.349
32511 2001 NX17 5.0369831 2.8877697 7.1861964 8.932579 2.791
37117 Narcissus 6.873395 3.06464 10.682154 13.81436 2.615
65407 2002 RP120 54.888 2.483516 107.292 119.10563 -0.845
85490 1997 SE5 3.70679069 1.2225315 6.1910499 2.599906 2.655
144908 2004 YH32 8.1620 3.548172 12.7757 79.09398 1.028
145485 2005 UN398 4.5991409 2.2133475 6.9849344 11.550620 2.706
145627 2006 RY102 6.348164 4.5909472 8.105381 18.699958 2.830
154784 2004 PA44 14.2313 3.451766 25.0108 3.27983 2.522
187799 1999 FK16 4.2757264 3.050283 5.5011694 17.36476 2.875

To be deleted

The numbered Jupiter-crossers are (incomplete):

Note: † denotes inner-grazer (aphelia outside Jupiter's perihelion and within its aphelion) (from [2])

Inner-grazer: middle, bottom;
Outer-grazer: middle, top;
Crosser: right, bottom;
Co-orbital: right, top

See also

References

  1. ^ JPL Small-Body Database Search Engine, list of Jupiter outer grazers with semimajor axes greater than Jupiter's aphelion
  2. ^ JPL Small-Body Database Search Engine, list of Jupiter inner grazers with semimajor axes less than Jupiter's perihelion


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