Asteroid 592 Bathseba is a main belt asteroid with an estimated diameter of 60 km. It was discovered on March 18 1906 by M. Wolf at Heidelberg. The semi-major axis is 3.024 AU and the eccentricity is 0.131 with an inclination of 10.2 degrees.
Observations were made on nine nights during the period from June 16 to August 8, 2002, using either 60 or 90 second exposures. A total of 333 observations were used in the solution. The resulting lightcurve was quite asymmetric with the derived period being 6.571 hours and the amplitude 0.22 magnitude.