Kuiper Belt Objects:
|Summary:||A trans-Neptunian object that resides in the scattered disc.|
|Description:||1996 TL66 is a trans-Neptunian object that resides in the scattered disc. |
Discovered in 1996 by David C. Jewitt et al., it was the first object to be categorized as a scattered disk object. It is not a detached object since its perihelion is under the control of Neptune. Is a candidate for the classification of a dwarf planet.
|Last modified:||2010-01-13 11:34|
|1996 TL66 SSC||1.52 kB|