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22906 Lisauckis (1999 TQ25, 1998 LA3) The asteroid at the inner edge of the main zone was photographed on the second night of the March work. When we photographed (36284) 2000 DM8 Apollo / NEO it came according to the picture. The asteroid was discovered by the LINEAR Socorro exploration program on October 3, 1999. The asteroid is named after American physics, chemistry, biology teacher Rhonda Lisauckis. He directed his students to be finalists in the 2006 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC). He teaches at the Covenant Christian Academy, Huntsville, Alabama. In total, Rhonda Lisauckis has directed 34 students to science competitions at her CCA school. The CCA school has a very wide range of science courses, given that it is a Christian private school and originally a Homeschool, source CCA http://cca-huntsville.org/elementary-classes/ . Assemble an asteroid 0n 2.55km. When photographed, the asteroid was 1,734au away and closest on January 29, 2020 to 1,485au. 1Picture. Stack of 1-2 images measured, 2020-03-14 19: 01: 19UT 2458923.29258JDUT 07h45m57.64s + 09d01'51.3 "19.3mag Std Dev 97.683, JPL Horizon 19: 01: 19UT 07h45m57.59s + 09d01'50.5" 18.92mag .
2Picture. Stack of 9-10 images measured, 19: 18: 01UT 2458923.30417JDUT 07h45m57.70s + 09d01'54.8 "19.0mag. Std Dev 98.427, JPL Horizon 19: 18: 01UT 07h45m57.68s + 09d01'53.9" 18.92mag.
3Picture. sum view of stack, motion not visible. The picture shows asteroids (36284) 2000 DM8 16.85mag, motion is shown. (219146) 1999 FL33 20.0mag, certainly not found a place? No others under 21.4mag in the picture. TYC 778-204-1 v.12.42mag stars used to calibrate brightness measurement.