Contents.
             asteroid: (88611)Teharonhiawako
           satellites: Sawiskera   
         total number: 16
                 type: position
                dates: 2001 - 2001
          observatory: 304 - Las Campanas, Chile
                       568 - Mauna Kea   (W.M. Keck observatory, Hawaii, USA) 

Reference.
W.M. Grundy, K.S. Noll, F. Nimmoc, H.G. Roe, M.W. Buie, 
S.B. Porter, S.D. Benecchi, D.C. Stephens, H.F. Levison, 
J.A. Stansberry
Five new and three improved mutual orbits of transneptunian binaries.
Icarus. 2011. V. 213. P. 678692.   
2011Icar..213..678G

Informations.
          relative to: the primary
      reference frame: astrometric ICRF
      centre of frame: topocentric
     epoch of equinox: J2000
           time scale: UTC
            reduction: no information
          coordinates: X, Y (secondary relative to primary)
     diff. refraction: no information 
             receptor: 
            telescope: 
             Ntel 1 - Magellan Instant Camera (MagIC) on the Baade, Clay 6.5 m telescopes             
             Ntel 2 - Magellan Instant Camera (MagIC) on the Baade, Clay 6.5 m telescopes
             Ntel 3 - Keck/NIRC2

Comments.
Number of telescope 1 - as described in the paper:   Osip D.J., Kern S.D., Elliot J.L., 
                        2003. Physical characterization of the binary Edgeworth-Kuiper belt 
                        object 2001 QT297. Earth, Moon, Planets 92, 409421
Number of telescope 2 - as described in the paper:  Kern S.D., 2005. A study of binary Kuiper 
                        belt objects. Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts
  
Format.
 1. Year of the moment of observation  
 2. Month of the moment of observation 
 3. Day of the moment of observation 
 4. Hour of the moment of observation with decimals
 5. Number of telescope, Ntel
 6. r - the distance from the Sun to the target, au 
 7. R - the distance from the observer to the target, au
 8. g - the phase angle - the solar phase angle, degrees
 9. X - relative right ascension, arcsec
10. SigX - the error of X, arcsec
11. Y - relative declination, arcsec 
12. SigY - the error of Y, arcsec
13. Nobs- code of observatory 

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Year   Day    h       Ntel     r       R        g       X        SigX       Y       SigY    Nobs
   Month                       AU      AU      deg   arcsec    arcsec    arcsec    arcsec    
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