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Total asteroids discovered from MPC B74:

**379**

Total asteroids discovered from les Planes de Son (MPC C29):

Total asteroids discovered from Observatori del Teide (MPC 954) =

Total discoveries B74 + C29 + 954 =

Our asteroid 266983 (2010 WE66) was named Josepbosch after my son Josep Bosch Olivera. Also 322390 (2011 QN42) was named Planes de Son and 367693 (2010 RZ109) was named Montmagastrell.

This site has discovered

**13**Total asteroids discovered from Observatori del Teide (MPC 954) =

**25**Total discoveries B74 + C29 + 954 =

**417**Our asteroid 266983 (2010 WE66) was named Josepbosch after my son Josep Bosch Olivera. Also 322390 (2011 QN42) was named Planes de Son and 367693 (2010 RZ109) was named Montmagastrell.

This site has discovered

**two****NEA****Aplollo**class: 2009 ST19 (see below) - 2015 FQ and one NEA Amor class: 2012 UT9
Asteroid NEO 2014 JO25, on April 22, 2017

Stars are elongated because of apparent motion of the asteroid during the exposition

**Follow-up Astrometry**
This site has sent a total of

All reports to Minor Planet Center. Follow-up astrometry and recoveries are made with the Advanced Coma-Free optical system like the Ritchey-Chrétien 16 inch f/10 Schmidt-Cassegrain at Santa Maria de Montmagastrell Survey (MPC code B74). The CCD has 24 micron pixels and a 21'x21' field. At the moment, the telescope pointing and dome control are computer controlled from the above control room. The dome is a sliding roof that moves on rails.

**11342 observations until July 2017**All reports to Minor Planet Center. Follow-up astrometry and recoveries are made with the Advanced Coma-Free optical system like the Ritchey-Chrétien 16 inch f/10 Schmidt-Cassegrain at Santa Maria de Montmagastrell Survey (MPC code B74). The CCD has 24 micron pixels and a 21'x21' field. At the moment, the telescope pointing and dome control are computer controlled from the above control room. The dome is a sliding roof that moves on rails.

**Data Reduction**

All data are reduced on a PC. Flat-fielding is done using MaxIm DL. The astrometry is done with both TheSky6 Astronomy Software and Herbert Raab's Astrometrica which has an excellent track and stack option. As Astrometrica also allows the simple identification of all objects in the field, this is currently the software of choice.

Following the release of UCAC-4, virtually all of our astrometry is done using this. An astrometric accuracy in the fit of 0".0 –

**IAUC - MPEC**

The results of the astrometry of NEO observed from SM de Montmagastrell Observatory can be found on code B74 page from NEODyS http://newton.dm.unipi.it/neodys/index.php?pc=2.1.2&o=B74&ab=0. The contributions of our observatory have been published in the IUA Electronic Circulars and the Minor Planet Center Electronic Circulars:

2009 ST19 - C/2010 V1 - 2013 GF - 2013 MH7 - 2013 KF6 - 2013 KN6 - 2013 NU - 2013 NX - 2013 NT11 - 2013 OV2 - 2013 PE21 - 2013 PJ26 - 2013 PK16 - 2013 RY80 - 2013 SF - 2013 SR24 - 2013 TR5 - 2005 BW1 - 2013 UG5 - C/2013 U1 - 2013 VK5 - 2013 VZ11 - 2013 VD13 - 2013 WH - 2013 WN - 2013 YD - 2014 CR - 2014 EL12 - 2014 EQ12 - 2014 HG4 - 2014 HV2 - 2014 HM2 - 2014 HO4 - 2014 HT4 - 2014 JK15 - 2014 KS40 - 2014 QK434 - 2014 SB324 - 2014 VL6 - 2015 AS45 - 2015 DA54 - 2015 ER - 2015 EZ - 2015 FD134 - 2015 JP - 2015 KS18 - 2015 KJ19 - 2015 KW156 - C/2015 M1 - 2015 MF95 - C/2015 M3 - 2015 RV1 - 2015 RS1 - 2015 RT1 - 2015 RS2 - 2015 S1 (Comet P/1998 QP54) - 2015 WH9 - 2015 WH13 - Comet C/2015 Y1 (1) (2) - 2015 YN1 - 2016 AB166 - Comet P/2010 V1 - 2016 FE12 - 2016 GU221 - 2016 HF2 - 2016 JM6 - 2016 PY78 - 2016 SE17 - 2016 UT4 - 2016 UA41 - 2016 VY5 - 2011 BZ44 - 2016 WM48 - 2017 FK - 2017 FQ - 2017 FR - 2017 FD1 - 2017 FL1 - 2017 FW2 - 2017 FH101 - 2017 FL101 - 2017 FR101 - 2017 FS101 - 2017 GU4 - 2017 HF - 2017 HH - 2017 JF3 - 2017 MC - 2017 MD - 2017 MF - 2017 MZ - 2017 MV7 - 2017 MQ7 - 2017 NH - 2017 OM1 - 2017 OF7 - 2017 PR24 - 2017 PS25 - 2017 PL26 - 2017 OG3 - 2017 QL35 - 2017 RU1 - 2017 RV1

**Discoveries on 2017**

**2017 FM151 - 2017 FP151 - 2017 MK1 - 2017 MP1 - 2017 NH2 - 2017 OM4 - 2017 ON36 - 2017 PR27 - 2017 QG16 - 2017 QB25 - 2017 QC25 - 2017 RO5**

**Results 2016**

**Discoveries on January**: 2016 BN13

**Discoveries on July:**2016 NE54 (from MPC 954) - 2016 NF54 (from MPC 954) - 2016 NG54 (from MPC 954) - 2016 NH55 (from MPC 954) - 2016 NJ55 (from MPC 954)

**Discoveries on September:**2016 RN25 - 2016 RP25 - 2016 RQ25 - 2016 RO25 - 2015 RV25 - 2016 RW25 - 2016 RC40 - 2016 RD40 - 2017 RO37 - 2016 RP37 - 2016 RQ37 - 2016 RR37 - 2016 SS8 - 2016 ST8 - 2016 SU8 - 2016 SV8 - 2016 SJ19 - 2016 SM19

**Discoveries on November:**2016 XT2 - 2016 XL17 - 2016 XK17 - 2016 XM17 - 2016 XN17

**Results 2015**

Until December 31, a total of 1553 observations of asteroids and comets were sent to the MPC, 23 of which were NEO.

**Discoveries on January**: 2015 AS2013 - 2015 AT203 - 2015 BK3 - 2015 BS511 (Hungaria)

**Discoveries on February**: 2015 DA177 - 2015 DF107

**Discoveries on March:**2015 FQ (NEO Apollo. Object was initially flagged as a Virtual Impactor by

**SENTRY JPL**)

**Discoveries on June:**2015 ML44 - 2015 MM44 - 2015 MO59 - 2015 MQ91

**Discoveries on July:**2015 MX97 - 2015 OA (from Observatorio del Teide MPC 954) - 2015 OB (from MPC 954) - 2015 OA1 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OW (from MPC 954) - 2015 OR26 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OS26 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OU25 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OV26 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OW26 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OG33 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OH33 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OJ33 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OB35 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OC35 (from MPC 954) - 2015 OD35 (from MPC 954)

**Discoveries on**September: 2015 RT25 - 2015 RS25 - 2015 RJ31 - 2015 SF3 - 2015 SG3 - 2015 SM17 (Outer Main-belt Asteroid) - 2015 SO17- 2015 SG20 - 2015 SH20 - 2015 SK20 - 2015 SL20 (Mars-crossing Asteroid) - 2015 SJ20

**Discoveries on**

**October:**2015 TM23 (Mars-crossing Asteroid) - 2015 TJ23 - 2015 TL23 - 2015 TK23 - 2015 TP117 - 2015 TR177 - 2015 TS177 - 2015 TT177 - 2015 TU177 - 2015 TV177 - 2015 TV349 - 2015 TX256 - 2015 TJ337 - 2015 TH337 - 2015 TG337 - 2015 TK337 - 2015 TF337

**Discoveries on**

**November:**2015 VJ94 - 2015 VN94 - 2015 VT103 - 2015 VR103 - 2015 VU103 - 2015 WD12 - 2015 WE12

**Discoveries on**

**December:**2015 XM2 - 2015 XN2 - 2015 XR10 - 2015 XS10 - 2015 XT10.

Al novembre i al desembre hi ha hagut molta boira. Pels pocs dies que hi ha hagut cel ras, encara rai dels asteroides que hem descobert.

**Results 2014**

Until December 31, a total of 1300 observations of asteroids and comets were sent to the MPC, 39 of which were NEO.

During January and February there were no observations due to bad weather: the sky is always covered.

**Discoveries on**

**April**: 2014 HC4 - 2014 HD4 - 2014 HK192 - 2014 HK132

**Discoveries on**

**May**: 2014 JZ28 - 2014 km73 - 2014 KU83

**Discoveries on**

**June:**2014 ML16

**Discoveries on**

**July:**2014 OH1 - 2014 OK (From Observatori del Teide MPC 954)

**Discoveries on**

**September:**2014 QT432 - 2014 QU432 - 2014 RC7 - 2014 RH7 - 2014 RN60 - (Outer Main-belt Asteroid) - 2014 RX18 (From Observatori del Teide MPC 954) - 2014 RJ40 (from Observatori del Teide MPC 954) - 2014 SJ301 - 2014 SK301 - 2014 SL301 - 2014 SM301 - 2014 SN301 - 2014 SY323 - 2014 SX323

**Discoveries on**

**October:**2014 TO31 - 2014 TC55 - 2014 TD55 - 2014 TE55 - 2014 TF55 - 2014 TG55 - 2014 TW62 - 2014 TX62 - 2014 TY62 - 2014 TZ62 - 2014 UH7 - 2014 UJ7 - 2014 UW10 = 2,014 UB30 - 2014 UD58 (from Observatori del Teide) - 2014 UU42 - 2014 UL51 - 2014 UP17 (From Observatori del Teide) - 2014 UW55 - 2014 UH109 - 2014 UJ109 - 2014 UK109 (2012 BS137) - 2014 UL109 (2013 QL16) - 2014 UB114 - 2014 UC114 - 2014 UD114 - 2014 UE114 (2011 EN60) - 2014 UF114

**Discoveries on**

**November:**2014 VQ27 - 2014 WA67 - WM69 2014

**Results 2013**

Until December 31, a total of 2047 observations of asteroids and comets were sent to MPC.

**IAUC - MPEC**

A total of 331 observations of NEOs were sent to the Minor Planet Center from 7 January to 31 December 2013.

**Discoveries on**

**January**: AZ19 2013 - 2013 AE27 - 2013 AF27 - 2013 GA27 - 2013 AT31 - 2013 AU31 - 2013 AV31 - 2013 AW31 - 3013 AY59 - 2013 AZ59 - 2013 AA60 - AA64 2013 - 2013 AB64 - 2013 AF64 - 2013 AE64 - 2013 AR64 - 2012 AM72 - 2013 AA77 - 2013 BV69 .

**Discoveries on February**: 2013 CH126 - 2013 CK176 - 2013 CZ208

**Discoveries on**

**March**: 2013 FR12

**Discoveries on**

**April**: 2013 GL1 (Outer Main-belt Asteroid) - 2013 GD12 - 2013 GM34 - 2013 GN34 - 2013 HF1 - 2013 HG1

**Discoveries on**

**May**: 2013 JU21 - 2013 JV21 - 2013 JW21 ( 2005 YA50 ) - 2013 JO26

**Discoveries on**

**June:**2013 NZ7 - 2013 NE6 - 2013 ND6

**Discoveries on**

**August:**2013 PM25 - 2013 PN25 - 2013 PO25 - 2013 QA36

**Discoveries on**

**September:**2013 RA -

**2013 RB - 2013 RC - 2013 RQ - 2013 RG9 -2013 RP19 - 2013 RT42 - 2013 RU42 - 2013 RV42 (Outer Main-belt Asteroid) - 2013 SS21 - 2013 SV21**

**Discoveries on**

**October:**2013 TA133 -

**2013 TV129 - 2013 TM132 - 2013 TZ130 - 2013 TN131 - 2013 TL131 (Outer Main-belt Asteroid) - 2013 TM131 - 2013 TC132 - 2013 TW131 - 2013 TX131**

**Discoveries on**

**November:**2013 UV11 (The orbit of this asteroid does not match any defined orbit) - 2013 VS5 - 3013 VY10 - 2013 VZ10 - 2013 WZ - (Inner Main-belt Asteroid: Hungaria) - 2013 WA1 - 2013 WB1 - 2013 WC1 - 2013 WD1 - 2013 WL60 - 2013 WK104

**Discoveries on**

**December:**2013 XB - 2013 XC -

**2013 XD (Outer Main-belt Asteroid) - 2013 XN - 2013 XJ2 - 2013 XM2 - 2013 XN2 (2013 YS) - 2013 XO2 - 2013 IH - 2013 YQ - 2013 YS (2013 XN2)**