5D/Brorsen (Lost) Position
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5D/Brorsen (Lost) Distance
The distance of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) from Earth is currently 854,585,726 kilometers, equivalent to 5.712553 Astronomical Units. Light takes 47 minutes and 30.5911 seconds to travel from 5D/Brorsen (Lost) and arrive to us.
The following chart shows the distance of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) from Earth as a function of time. In the chart the distance data is measured in Astronomical Units and sampled with an interval of 1 day.
The value of the reported distance might be somewhat inaccurate around the times of closest approach for objects passing extremely close to Earth. The value of the distance of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) from Earth is also available as a real time updated value in the Live Position and Data Tracker.
Closest approach of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) to Earth
Between January 2013 and December 2100 the closest approach of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) to Earth happens on Tue Oct 26 2083 at a distance of 0.25983526 Astronomical Units, or 38,870,802 kilometers:
NOTE: values for the closest approach are computed with a sampling interval of 1 day.
5D/Brorsen (Lost) brightness
The observed magnitude and coma diameter values are derived from the Comet Observers Database by averaging the values reported in recent observations (more recent than 4 days), when available. The Estimated Magnitude comes from the JPL Horizons ephemerides service and might be inaccurate given the highly dynamic and unpredictable behvior of comets. When available, please refer to the Observed Magnitude value and consider the Estimated Magnitude as a directional indication. We acknowledge with thanks the comet observations from the COBS Comet Observation Database contributed by observers worldwide and used in this table to report recent comet observations.
The following chart is the predicted light curve (visual magnitude as a function of time) of 5D/Brorsen (Lost), according to the most recent ephemerides data. Magnitude data is sampled with a 2 days interval and there might be inaccuracies for objects changing brightness very rapidly during the course of a few days. For comets there could be large discrepancies between the observed and predicted brightness because of their highly dynamic behaviour.
5D/Brorsen (Lost) rise and set times
The rise and set times are defined as the time at which the upper limb of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) touches the horizon, consideting the effect of the atmospheric refraction. As the atmoshpere conditions cannot be modeled precisely the times reported here should be considered correct with an approximation of few minutes.
5D/Brorsen (Lost) Orbital Elements
|Perihelion distance||q||0.58984700 AU
|Date of perihelion transit||Tp||1879-Mar-31 00:49:06
|Next perihelion transit||1884-Sep-14 17:39
|Argument of perihelion||peri||14.9468°|
|Longitude of the ascending node||node||102.9676°|
Visualization of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) Orbit
This 3d orbit diagram is a feature of our 3D Solar System Simulator and shows the orbit of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) with respect of the Sun and the orbits of the major planets. The position of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) and the planets along their orbits in this diagram accurately represents the current configuration of the objects in the Solar System. This is an experimental feature and it requires a WebGL enabled browser. Please provide us feedback!
5D/Brorsen (Lost) 15 Days Ephemeris
The following table lists the ephemerides of 5D/Brorsen (Lost) computed for the past and next 7 days, with a 24 hours interval. Click on each row of the table to locate 5D/Brorsen (Lost) in our Online Planetarium at the chosen date.
|2019 Oct 09||18h 35m 53s||-27° 26’ 40”||19.47||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 10||18h 36m 08s||-27° 26’ 20”||19.48||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 11||18h 36m 24s||-27° 25’ 59”||19.49||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 12||18h 36m 42s||-27° 25’ 37”||19.50||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 13||18h 37m 00s||-27° 25’ 15”||19.51||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 14||18h 37m 18s||-27° 24’ 53”||19.52||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 15||18h 37m 37s||-27° 24’ 30”||19.52||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 16||18h 37m 58s||-27° 24’ 06”||19.53||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 17||18h 38m 17s||-27° 23’ 43”||19.54||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 18||18h 38m 39s||-27° 23’ 17”||19.55||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 19||18h 39m 01s||-27° 22’ 53”||19.56||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 20||18h 39m 23s||-27° 22’ 27”||19.56||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 21||18h 39m 46s||-27° 22’ 00”||19.57||Sagittarius|
|2019 Oct 22||18h 40m 09s||-27° 21’ 34”||19.58||Sagittarius|