The asteroid 779 Nina

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From Ashburn , 779 Nina is visible in the morning sky, becoming accessible at around 00:06, when it rises 21° above your south-eastern horizon. It will then reach its highest point in the sky at 03:27, 40° above your southern horizon. It will be lost to dawn twilight at around 06:16, 26° above your south-western horizon.

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Name 779 Nina
Object Type Asteroid
Current Position
Constellation:Crater
Magnitude:13.35 (V)[1]
Right Ascension:11h06m [1]
Declination:-10°35' [1]
Orbital Elements[1]
Semi-major axis:2.66 AU
Eccentricity:0.227419
Inclination:14.58°
Longitude ascending node:283.73°
Argument of perihelion:49.25°
Epoch of elements:30 June 2018
Mean Anomaly at epoch:142.59°
Derived quantities
Perihelion:2.06 AU
Aphelion:3.27 AU
Orbital period:4.35 years

Ashburn

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39.04°N
77.49°W
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