Typhon

(2002 CR46 )
CURRENT POSITION: 23 SCO 6
Incl: 2.43232
Eccent: 0.5336856
Period: 229.90391699166 years
AU 37.5275869
Type: 000A

Discovery Chart

5.2.2002 05:47 Palomar 116w51 33n21 observations 1

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The secondary object (42355) Typhon I, discovered 2006 Jan. 20 by K. Noll, W. Grundy, D. Stephens and H. Levison using the Hubble Space Telescope, is named Echidna for the mother of all the major monsters in classical Greek mythology. Half nymph and half snake, Echidna lives, immortal, in a deep cave called Arima.

Avastatud: 5-2-2002 Avastamiskoht: Palomar Avastajad: NEAT

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