Tanakami

(1989 WK4 )
CURRENT POSITION: 4 SCO 12
Incl: 5.13673
Eccent: 0.1018127
Period: 3.4578586398936 years
AU 2.2866065
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

23.11.1989 17:33 Geisei 133e50 33n32 observations 1

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Mt. Tanakami, extending over Shiga, Mie and Kyoto prefectures, is the site of the largest meteorite found in Japan. Tanakami is also the name of the village that is the birthplace of Issei Yamamoto, founder of the Oriental Astronomical Association. The name was suggested by I. Hasegawa and A. S. Yamamoto.

Mt. Tanakami, extending over Shiga, Mie and Kyoto prefectures, is the site of the largest meteorite found in Japan. Tanakami is also the name of the village that is the birthplace of Issei Yamamoto, founder of the Oriental Astronomical Association. (M 38198)

The name was suggested by I. Hasegawa and A. S. Yamamoto.

Avastatud: 23-11-1989 Avastamiskoht: Geisei Avastajad: Seki, T.

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