(1974 HR )
NOW @ 1 LIB 39
FOUND @ 2 LIB 44
Inclination: 9.834
Eccentricity: 0.146
Period: 6.106 years
AU 3.341
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

22.4.1974 00:50 Cerro El Roble 71w1 32s59 observations 1

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Named in honor of the Chilean Indian Levtraru (1534–1557), modified to Lautaro (Swift Hawk) by the Spanish soldiers during the conquest of Chile. Son of an Indian chief, he was made prisoner by Pedro de Valdivia {see planet  (2741)}, who named him his horseboy. In this activity, Lautaro learned a great deal about Spanish soldiers, their horses and military science, knowledge he used together with his own strategies when, at the age of 18, he became by acclamation big chief of all tribes to defend their land against the Spanish soldiers. After Lautaro’s death his head was brought to Santiago and exhibited for fifteen days at the center of Plaza de Armas. (M 10547) _ _.

Avastatud: 22-4-1974 Avastamiskoht: Cerro El Roble Avastajad: Torres, C.

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