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229762 Gǃkúnǁ’hòmdímà, 2007 UK126

Potential Dwarf Planet of the Solar System

Proper NameGǃkúnǁ’hòmdímà
Minor Planet Designation229762 Gǃkúnǁ’hòmdímà
Provisional Designation2007 UK126
Orbital Period631.6 years
Mean Distance from the Sun10,303.3 million km
68.9 AU
Rotation Period11 hours, 3 minutes
Diameterc. 590 km
MoonsGǃòʼé ǃHú
Parent starThe Sun, yellow dwarf star
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 body that pursues an eccentric orbit through the Solar System's distant scattered disc, an orbit that can carry it as far out as 110 AU from the Sun. At least one small moon, named Gǃòʼé ǃHú, orbits Gǃkúnǁ’hòmdímà at a distance of some 3,600 km.


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