Asteroid 7083 Kant

Asteroid 7083 Kant is a main belt asteroid with an estimated diameter of 10 km. It was discovered on 4 February, 1989 by E. W. Elst, at La Silla. The semi-major axis is 2.48 AU, the eccentricity is 0.228 and the inclination is 6.83 degrees.

This asteroid was observed on 3 nights between October and December 2006. Unfortunately each night's observations only covered a small portion of the lightcurve and so no definite period could be determined. However, given that each night seemed to cover the same portion, it is likely that the true period is a simple fraction of a day.

Lightcurve results for 7083 Kant.
No reliable period could be derived.