1007 Pawlowia is a main belt asteroid with an estimated diameter of about 10 km. It was discovered by Vladimir Albitzky on October 5, 1923. The semi-major axis is 2.71 AU, the eccentricity is 0.111 and the inclination is a low 2.54 degrees.
This was a frustrating asteroid to work to work on! Seven nights of observations in August and September, 2003 resulted in a lightcurve that was essentially flat. Later observations were hampered by poor conditions, with a resulting scatter greater than any possible variation. As a result, no sensible period could be derived.
Further observations was obtained in 2012 over four nights duing October and November. The derived period was 10.094 hours and the amplitude 0.35 magnitude, in close agreement with the earlier result.