Asteroid (1486) Marilyn
|Epoch 1-Jul-2021 (2459396.5 JD)|
|Semi-major axis||2.1987 AU|
|Longitude of asc. node||332.97 °|
|Argument of periapsis||350.21 °|
|Orbital period||1190.86 days|
|Avg. orbital speed||20.01 km/s|
|Mean diameter||6.4140 km|
|Rotation period (sidereal)||4.5669 hours|
Textures: Solid Gray Grid
Shape model data sources
- Hanuš et al., New and updated convex shape models of asteroids based on optical data from a large collaboration network. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2016 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.
- Marilyn (Model 1) (PLY 39 KB) (OBJ 61 KB)
- Marilyn (Model 2) (PLY 39 KB) (OBJ 62 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.