We observed this Potentially Hazardous Asteroid during nearly 4 hours
on 2000 August 31-September 1.
Figure below shows its lightcurve that was corrected for effects
of changing geocentric and heliocentric distances and solar phase angle
i.e., only rotational variation remains there. The lightcurve showed
only a minor increase by 0.04 mag during the observational interval that
is only marginally significant, as systematic errors could
be about 0.02 mag.
It indicates that either the asteroid has a long period, or small amplitude,
or both. Further observations are planned to reveal it.
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