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2002 UX25

55637 2002 UX25

Potential Dwarf Planet of the Solar System

Proper NameNone
Minor Planet Designation55637 2002 UX25
Provisional Designation2002 UX25
Orbital Period276 years, 348 days
Distance from the SunSemi-Major Axis: 6,356,000,000 km (42.49 AU)
Perihelion: 5,458,000,000 km (36.48 AU)
Aphelion: 7,254,000,000 km (48.49 AU)
Rotation Period14 hours, 23 minutes
Diameterc.665 km
MoonsOne known
Parent starThe Sun, yellow dwarf
Other planets in this systemMercury, terrestrial planet
Venus, terrestrial planet
Earth, terrestrial planet
Mars, terrestrial planet
Jupiter, gas giant
Saturn, gas giant
Uranus, ice giant
Neptune, ice giant
Numerous dwarf planets, asteroids and other bodies
NotesA cubewano or classical Kuiper Belt object, 2002 UX25 approaches 700 km in diameter, and is likely to meet the parameters for classification as a dwarf planet. It has a single known satellite some 200 km in diameter (or a little under a third that of 2002 UX25 itself).


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