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2015 BP519, nicknamed Caju, is an extreme trans-Neptunian object from the scattered disc on a highly eccentric and inclined orbit in the outermost region of the Solar System. It was first observed on 17 January 2015, by astronomers with the Dark Energy Survey at Cerro Tololo Observatory (W84) in Chile. The "likely" dwarf planet measures approximately 550 kilometers (340 miles) in diameter. It has been described as an extended scattered disc object (ESDO), and fits into the group of extreme objects that led to the prediction of Planet Nine, and has the highest orbital inclination of any of these objects.

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  • 2015 BP519 ist ein großes transneptunisches Objekt, das bahndynamisch als «Extreme trans-Neptunian object» (ETNO) und als nahes oder erweitertes Scattered Disc Object (DO oder SDO) eingestuft wird. Aufgrund seiner Größe ist der Asteroid ein Zwergplanetenkandidat.
  • 2015 BP519, apodado Caju,​ es un objeto transneptuniano. Fue observado por primera vez el 27 de noviembre de 2014 por el Dark Energy Survey desde Observatorio Interamericano de Cerro Tololo en La Serena, Chile.​
  • 2015 BP519, surnommé officieusement « Caju », est un objet transneptunien extrême dont l'orbite est fortement inclinée sur l’écliptique, ce qui pourrait être expliqué par l'existence de la Planète Neuf. Étant donné son diamètre présumé, ce pourrait être une planète naine.
  • 2015 BP519, nicknamed Caju, is an extreme trans-Neptunian object from the scattered disc on a highly eccentric and inclined orbit in the outermost region of the Solar System. It was first observed on 17 January 2015, by astronomers with the Dark Energy Survey at Cerro Tololo Observatory (W84) in Chile. The "likely" dwarf planet measures approximately 550 kilometers (340 miles) in diameter. It has been described as an extended scattered disc object (ESDO), and fits into the group of extreme objects that led to the prediction of Planet Nine, and has the highest orbital inclination of any of these objects.
  • 2015 BP519, apelidado de Caju, é um objeto transnetuniano localizado em uma órbita altamente excêntrica e inclinada na região mais externa do Sistema Solar. Foi observado pela primeira vez em 27 de novembro de 2014, por astrônomos do Dark Energy Survey, usando o instrumento DECam do Telescópio Victor M. Blanco no Observatório Interamericano de Cerro Tololo, no Chile. Seu diâmetro estimado está entre 400 e 700 quilômetros, tornando-o em um potencial planeta anão.
  • 2015 BP519, прозванный «Кешью» (Caju) — обособленный транснептуновый объект во внешней части Солнечной системы. Имеет высокий эксцентриситет орбиты и большое наклонение орбиты. Впервые был обнаружен 27 ноября 2014 года астрономами используя инструмент на телескопе имени Виктора Бланко расположенный в межамериканской обсерватории Серро-Тололо в Чили. Приблизительный размер 2015 BP519 оценивается в 400—700 км, что делает его кандидатом в карликовые планеты. По данным Майкла Брауна, при абсолютной магнитуде 5,7m и альбедо 8% 2015 BP519 имеет диаметр 344 км.
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