Asteroid 329 Seva

Asteroid 329 Seva is a main belt asteroid that was discovered by Max Wolf on March 21, 1892 in Heidelberg. The semi-major axis is 2.44 AU and the eccentricity is 0.025 and the inclination is 15.88 degrees.

I observed this asteroid on 4 nights during July and August 2005. The asteroid turned out to have a relatively long rotation period and so each observing session only covered a small section of the period. As a result no meaningful period could be derived.

2005 lightcurve results for Asteroid 329 Seva.
No meaningful period could be derived.