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(1982 HB2 )
CURRENT POSITION: 21 ARI 3
Incl: 4.71534
Eccent: 0.0729477
Period: 3.2305844992876 years
AU 2.1852813
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

19.4.1982 06:37 Harvard 71w8 42n23 observations 1

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Named in honor of the Oak Ridge Observatory, established in Harvard, Massachusetts, by the Harvard College Observatory in 1932 and since 1982 operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory. This minor planet is one of the 39 discovered in the course of the Oak Ridge (also known for many years as the Agassiz Station) astrometric program, which has been conducted with the 1.5-m Wyeth reflector, the largest telescope in the eastern United States, for almost 20 years. (M 19339)

Avastatud: 19-4-1982 Avastamiskoht: Harvard Avastajad: Oak Ridge Observatory

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