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689 Zita

4 hours?

689 Zita Light Curve

This asteroid was discovered September 9, 1909 by J. Palisa in Vienna. It is about 15 Km. in diameter, H = 12.15.

I only took one night of data on this object on December 24. The raw plot of that data is shown and appears to show a clear minimum. Assuming this represents about 1/4 of the period the estimated total period is 4 hours.

MPO Canopus Data Files are available on request.