For all the Ice Hunters / Ice Investigators who helped, here's our first announced discovery from the 2011 / 2012 New Horizons search effort: 2011 HM102, an L5 Neptune Trojan. Its the highest inclination Neptune Trojan known, and it is brighter than any other known L5 Trojan object in the solar system (Patroclus is the brightest L5 Jupiter Trojan, and it is slightly fainter than 2011 HM102).
77 Ice Hunters / Ice Investigators helped recover 2011 HM102. Given its estimated diameter of 90-180 km, and assuming it is roughly spherical, the surface area of 2011 HM102 per Citizen Scientist is at least that of the Hawaiian island of Lānaʻi.
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