Asteroid 759 Vinifera

759 Vinifera is a main belt asteroid with an estimated diameter of 35 km. It was discovered on August 26, 1913 by F. Kaiser at Heidelberg.

Observations were made on four nights during the period from September 3 to September 9, 2002, using either 60 or 120 second exposures. A total of 528 observations were used in the solution. The derived period being 14.229 hours hours and the amplitude 0.36 magnitude. There was an interesting "bump" in the lightcurve just after each minimum.

2004 lightcurve results for Asteroid 759 Vinifera.
Derived period 14.229 hours +/- 0.003 hours, Amplitude of 0.36 magnitude +/- 0.02 magnitude.