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(9946) 1990 ON2 Orbit of (9946) 1990 ON2 (blue), planets (red) and the Sun (black). The outermost planet visible is Jupiter. Discovery and designation Discovered by H. E. Holt Discovery date July 29, 1990 Designations MPC designation (9946) 1990 ON2 Orbital characteristics Epoch October 27, 1990 Ap 2.4306641 AU Peri 2.0875525 AU Semi-major axis 2.2591083 AU Eccentricity 0.0759396 Orbital period 1240.2350438 d Mean anomaly 55.12390° Inclination 3.18334° Longitude of ascending node 2.27094° Argument of peri 281.52167° Physical characteristics Surface temp.    Kelvin    Celsius min mean max Absolute magnitude (H) 14.1 (9946) 1990 ON2 is a main belt asteroid. It orbits the Sun once every 3.40 years.[1] Discovered on July 29, 1990 by H. E. Holt, it was given the provisional designation "1990 ON2".[2] References ^ "9946 (1990 ON2)". JPL Small-Body Database Browser. http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=9946;orb=0;cov=0;log=0#elem.  ^ MPO 47637 Minor Planet Center v • d • e Minor planets navigator (9945) 1990 KX•(9946) 1990 ON2• (9947) 1990 QB v • d • e Small Solar System bodies Asteroids (Centaurs · Damocloids · Families · Groups · Moons · Jupiter trojans · Main belt · Near-Earth · Neptune trojans · Spectral types) · Comets · Meteoroids · Minor planets · Trans-Neptunians (Detached objects · Kuiper belt · Oort cloud · Scattered disc objects) Lists: Asteroid groups and families · Asteroid moons · Binary asteroids · Minor planets See also: List of minor planets, Meanings of minor planet names, Pronunciation of asteroid names, and Solar System This article about an asteroid native to the main belt is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e