Asteroid Henrybuhl

Orbital Elements and Ephemeris
By Francis G. Graham, Professor Emeritus of Physics
Kent State University

The following are the orbital elements for Henrybuhl:

Eccentricity: .1804270909742687 Uncertainty: 9.575 x 10 -8
Semi-major axis: 2.619720803967621 AU, uncertainty 3.2634 x 10 -8AU
Perihelion: 2.147052200142971 AU uncertainty : 2.555 x 10-7 AU
Inclination: 13o.28332087407169 uncertainty 1.171 10-5 degrees
Longitude of the ascending node: 316o.4904971853535 uncertainty: 3.0736 x 10 -5 deg.
Argument of perihelion: 44o.17094836757116 uncertainty: 3.9827 x 10 -5 deg.
Time of last perihelion: Julian Day 2456829.199534881121 or 2014-Jun-20.69953488 * uncertainty 0.0001394 days
Period of Revolution: 1,548 days 17 hours 58 minutes 3.208 seconds uncertainty:3.66 seconds.
Aphelion: 3.092389407792272 AU uncertainty: 3.8522 x10-8 AU

. Here is an ephemeris of Henrybuhl which is presently at magnitude 15.4 in the Constellation of Andromeda:

[ Date * UT * RA(2000) hm s * Dec o * mag (v) * Distance (AU) * Motion ]

2014-Oct-24 00:00 02 46 47.01 +40 02 19.3 15.32 1.31976212694208 -4.1450783
2014-Oct-25 00:00 02 45 44.03 +40 02 21.6 15.30 1.31747673710780 -3.7684052
2014-Oct-26 00:00 02 44 40.07 +40 02 02.1 15.29 1.31541018905440 -3.3872834
2014-Oct-27 00:00 02 43 35.25 +40 01 20.8 15.28 1.31356495783744 -3.0020441
2014-Oct-28 00:00 02 42 29.66 +40 00 17.6 15.27 1.31194332125404 -2.6130375
2014-Oct-29 00:00 02 41 23.44 +39 58 52.6 15.26 1.31054735188772 -2.2206221
2014-Oct-30 00:00 02 40 16.69 +39 57 05.9 15.25 1.30937891582844 -1.8251526
2014-Oct-31 00:00 02 39 09.53 +39 54 57.6 15.24 1.30843967827272 -1.4269681
2014-Nov-01 00:00 02 38 02.07 +39 52 27.9 15.23 1.30773111585095 -1.0263806
2014-Nov-02 00:00 02 36 54.44 +39 49 37.1 15.22 1.30725453533178 -0.6236646
2014-Nov-03 00:00 02 35 46.74 +39 46 25.3 15.21 1.30701109793839 -0.2190486
2014-Nov-04 00:00 02 34 39.09 +39 42 53.0 15.21 1.30700184751168 0.1872896
2014-Nov-05 00:00 02 33 31.60 +39 39 00.4 15.20 1.30722773920434 0.5952195
2014-Nov-06 00:00 02 32 24.38 +39 34 47.8 15.20 1.30768966397029 1.0046465
2014-Nov-07 00:00 02 31 17.53 +39 30 15.8 15.20 1.30838846391897 1.4154925
2014-Nov-08 00:00 02 30 11.17 +39 25 24.7 15.20 1.30932493535097 1.8276733
2014-Nov-09 00:00 02 29 05.39 +39 20 15.0 15.20 1.31049981952884 2.2410798
2014-Nov-10 00:00 02 28 00.31 +39 14 47.1 15.20 1.31191378445514 2.6555663
2014-Nov-11 00:00 02 26 56.02 +39 09 01.7 15.21 1.31356740262347 3.0709480
2014-Nov-12 00:00 02 25 52.63 +39 02 59.2 15.21 1.31546112941718 3.4870053
2014-Nov-13 00:00 02 24 50.23 +38 56 40.2 15.22 1.31759528520782 3.9034917
2014-Nov-14 00:00 02 23 48.93 +38 50 05.5 15.23 1.31997004228092 4.3201421
2014-Nov-15 00:00 02 22 48.82 +38 43 15.5 15.23 1.32258541621267 4.7366799
2014-Nov-16 00:00 02 21 49.99 +38 36 11.1 15.24 1.32544126044970 5.1528208
2014-Nov-17 00:00 02 20 52.53 +38 28 52.8 15.26 1.32853726249711 5.5682744
2014-Nov-18 00:00 02 19 56.52 +38 21 21.5 15.27 1.33187294010645 5.9827429

So you can see or image Henrybuhl, which will be but a dot.

Also see: Walsh, Glenn A. "Asteroid Named for Henry Buhl of Buhl Planetarium." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2014 June 26.