2006 RJ103

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2006 RJ103 (also written as 2006 RJ103) is a Neptune Trojan discovered by the SDSS Collaboration in 2006. Only four others are known: 2001 QR322, 385571 Oterea, 2005 TN53 and 385695 Clete. They have the same orbital period as Neptune and orbit at the L4 Lagrangian point about 60 degrees ahead of Neptune.[1]

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  1. Minor Planet Center List Of Neptune Trojans (March 9, 2007)