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2012 VP113 & Sedna

Note: Make sure you have Java installed and enabled on your web browser to see the applet. This applet is provided as a 3D orbit visualization tool.


1 AU = 1 Astronomical Unit = 149,597,871 kilometers

This 3D interactive program that shows the orbits of 2012 VP113 and Sedna, two of the most distant objects known in our solar system. The orbit of Sedna is shown in blue and 2012 VP113 in red. Feel free to rotate the viewer's perspective around and zoom in or out.

Custom Orbit Viewer applet provided by Ron Baalke (JPL).

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