Interamnia

(1910 KU )
CURRENT POSITION: 19 AQU 0
Incl: 17.31036
Eccent: 0.1552403
Period: 5.3429379002323 years
AU 3.0561407
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

2.10.1910 00:00 Teramo 24e45 59n26 observations 0

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Ancient name of the city of Teramo where the discoverer was born and where this planet was discovered. (J. Meeus)

Vincenzo Cerulli (1859–1927) in 1890 built a private observatory with a 40-cm Cooke telescope which he left to the Italian nation. He extensively studied minor planet  (433) Eros at its 1900 opposition. The name Interamnia was sometimes erroneously interpreted as the ancient name of Terni in Umbria, Italy. The ancient name of Terni {see planet  (5654)}, however, is Interamna. This clarification was given by S. De Meis.

Avastatud: 2-10-1910 Avastamiskoht: Teramo Avastajad: Cerulli, V.

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