The asteroid 388 Charybdis

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From Ashburn (click to change), 388 Charybdis is visible in the morning sky, becoming accessible at around 19:50, when it rises 24° above your north-eastern horizon. It will then reach its highest point in the sky at 01:24, 83° above your southern horizon. It will be lost to dawn twilight at around 05:52, 36° above your western horizon.

Name 388 Charybdis
Object Type Asteroid
Current Position
Constellation:Auriga
Brightness (V):Mag 13.2
Right Ascension:05h28m
Declination:+32°29'
Source for position: Computed using orbital elements from Asteroid Orbital Elements Database (Bowell, E.L.G.)
Orbital Elements
Semi-major axis:3.01 AU
Eccentricity:0.065051
Inclination:6.44°
Longitude ascending node:354.28°
Argument of perihelion:332.87°
Epoch of elements:03 September 2017
Mean Anomaly at epoch:86.78°
Derived quantities
Perihelion:2.81 AU
Aphelion:3.20 AU
Orbital period:5.21 years

Ashburn

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39.04°N
77.49°W
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