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2013 FS28 is an extreme trans-Neptunian object from the extended scattered disc on a highly eccentric orbit in the outermost region of the Solar System. It measures approximately 466 kilometers (290 miles) in diameter and is "probably" a dwarf planet. The detached, extended scattered disc object belongs to the group of extreme trans-Neptunian objects. It was first observed on 16 March 2013, by American astronomers Scott Sheppard and Chad Trujillo at the Cerro Tololo Observatory in Chile.

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  • 2013 FS28 ist ein großes transneptunisches Objekt im Kuipergürtel, das bahndynamisch als «extremes trans-Neptunisches Object» (ETNO) und als nahes oder erweitertes Scattered Disc Object (DO oder SDO) eingestuft wird. Aufgrund seiner Größe ist der Asteroid ein Zwergplanetenkandidat. Die Umlaufbahn des Planetoiden ist momentan nur grob bestimmbar.
  • 2013 FS28 est un objet transneptunien de la famille des objets épars et une planète naine potentielle, ayant un diamètre estimé à environ 489 km.
  • 2013 FS28, também escrito como 2013 FS28, é um objeto transnetuniano que está localizado no disco disperso, uma região do Sistema Solar. Ele possui uma magnitude absoluta de 4,9 e tem um diâmetro estimado em torno de 461 km. O astrônomo Mike Brown lista este corpo celeste em sua página na internet como um candidato a possível planeta anão.
  • 2013 FS28 is an extreme trans-Neptunian object from the extended scattered disc on a highly eccentric orbit in the outermost region of the Solar System. It measures approximately 466 kilometers (290 miles) in diameter and is "probably" a dwarf planet. The detached, extended scattered disc object belongs to the group of extreme trans-Neptunian objects. It was first observed on 16 March 2013, by American astronomers Scott Sheppard and Chad Trujillo at the Cerro Tololo Observatory in Chile.
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