The table contains all provisional designations from the corrected (alls IDs from dbl.txt and ids.txt are used) dataset UNNOBS of the Minor planet Center, for which the station 659 has made additional observations, but not the discovery itself or got a discovery star.
Created at 06-13-2022 06:58:24.
|Nr||Designation||Short||Obs start||Obs end||Int||659 start||659 end||Int||Discovery||Sta||Obs||Own||Sta||Opp||Stars|
|1||1998 QA62||J98Q62A||1998 08 29||2022 05 04||8650||1998 09 03||1998 09 04||2||1998 08 29||704||164||6||27||2||704|
Nr: Running number.
Designation: Long designation of the object.
Short: Packed designation of the object.
Obs start: First date for this designation (may be not the first date for object due to prediscovery identifications).
Obs end: Last date for this designation (may be not the last date for object due to later identifications).
Int: Difference between last and first date in days.
659 start: First date of 659 for this object.
659 end: Last date of 659 for this object.
Int: Difference between last and first date of 659 for this object in days.
Discovery: Date of discovery for this designation.
Sta: Discovery station.
Obs: Number of observations for this object.
Own: Number of own observations for this object.
Sta: Number of stations for this object.
Opp: Number of observed oppositions for this object.
Stars: Stations with discovery stars in all observations of this object. The 'real' discovery station is mostly the first one. Sometimes you must check the details of publication date and the sending date (which you may know, when you sent the data).
A 'missed' at end of line means, that this stations has made only one single-night observations in one opposition (and no other station has do another observations in this opposition) before the discovery. So it fails, because another second night is missing.
This work is made with data from the Minor Planet Center.