Asteroid (1102) Pepita
|Epoch 1-Jul-2021 (2459396.5 JD)|
|Semi-major axis||3.0705 AU|
|Longitude of asc. node||216.56 °|
|Argument of periapsis||117.45 °|
|Orbital period||1965.21 days|
|Avg. orbital speed||16.95 km/s|
|Mean diameter||36.632 km|
|Rotation period (sidereal)||5.1053 hours|
Textures: Solid Gray Apparent Color Grid
Shape model data sources
- Hanuš et al., A study of asteroid pole-latitude distribution based on an extended set of shape models derived by the lightcurve inversion method. Astronomy and Astrophysics 530, A134, 2011 link
Models are given in Stanford Triangle Format (PLY) and Alias Waveform Format (OBJ) - you can use MeshLab or any other tool to convert them to other formats.
- Pepita (Model 1) (PLY 39 KB) (OBJ 61 KB)
- Pepita (Model 2) (PLY 38 KB) (OBJ 61 KB)
Please note that the models are in planetocentric coordinate system, with Z axis passing through north pole. Actual rotational axis may differ from planetocentric poles, especially for small irregular bodies.
This object does not have textures yet and is being displayed as a solid gray shape.