(374158) 2004 UL is a Mercury-crosser Venus-crosser Apollo and Mars-crosser asteroid. It has the second-smallest perihelion of any known asteroid after (137924) 2000 BD19.
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NGC 6845 (also known as Klemola 30) is an interacting system of four galaxies in the constellation Telescopium. The cluster has certain similarities with Stephan’s Quintet. Its distance is estimated […]
(89958) 2002LY45 is an Near-Earth object that is also a Mercury-crosser Venus-crosser and Mars-crosser. It was discovered by the LINEAR program on June 14 2002.
Nu Microscopii is a star in the constellation Microscopium. It is an orange giant star of spectral type K0III and apparent magnitude is 5.13. It was first catalogued as Nu […]
Theta2 Microscopii (θ2 Mic) is a star in the constellation Microscopium. Its apparent magnitude is 5.76.
Iota Microscopii is a star in the constellation Microscopium. It is a yellow-white star of spectral type F1IV and apparent magnitude is 5.13.
2005 VX3 is a minor planet which has the largest heliocentric semi-major axis and aphelion. It also has the largest orbital eccentricity of any known minor planet with its perihelion […]
2006 HY51 is the asteroid with the third-smallest known perihelion of any known object orbiting the Sun. Its extreme orbital eccentricity brings it within 0.081 AU of the Sun (26% […]
2008 FF5 is the asteroid with the second-smallest known perihelion of any known object orbiting the Sun. Its extreme orbital eccentricity brings it within 0.079 AU of the Sun (26% […]
NGC 1868 is a star cluster that is about 6° removed from the center of the Large Magellanic Cloud in the constellation Dorado.