|Properties of the orbit ( animation )|
|Orbit type||Main belt asteroid|
|Asteroid family||Vesta family|
|Major semi-axis||2.4597 AU|
|Perihelion - aphelion||2.2165 AU - 2.7028 AU|
|Inclination of the orbit plane||5.4335 °|
|Length of the ascending node||297.6783 °|
|Argument of the periapsis||287.1453 °|
|Sidereal period||3.86 a|
|Mean orbital velocity||18.99 km / s|
|Absolute brightness||15.6 mag|
|Date of discovery||February 26, 1998|
|Another name||1998 DM 23 , 1994 AP 4|
|Source: Unless otherwise stated, the data comes from JPL Small-Body Database Browser . The affiliation to an asteroid family is automatically determined from the AstDyS-2 database . Please also note the note on asteroid items.|
(35461) Mazzucato is an asteroid of the main belt , which on 26 February 1998 by the Italian astronomer Luciano Tesi and Andrea Boattini the Pistoia Mountains Astronomical Observatory ( IAU code 104) in San Marcello Pistoiese in Tuscany was discovered.
(35461) Mazzucato was named on July 21, 2005 after the Italian amateur astronomer Michele Mazzucato (* 1962), who wrote numerous articles and books with a focus on geodesy and astronomical topics as a member of several scientific associations .
- (35461) Mazzucato in the database of the "Asteroids - Dynamic Site" (AstDyS-2, English).
- (35461) Mazzucato in the Small-Body Database of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory .
- Discovery Circumstances of (35461) Mazzucato according to the Minor Planet Center of the International Astronomical Union at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge , Massachusetts (English)