Tsukamoto

(1324 T-2 )
CURRENT POSITION: 23 CAN 7
Incl: 4.91377
Eccent: 0.1292249
Period: 3.6255677621879 years
AU 2.3599563
Type: 0000

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29.9.1973 06:04 Palomar 116w51 33n21 observations 1

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Named in memory of Tsukamoto Akitake (1833-1885), a geographer who worked for both the Tokugawa and Meiji governments. He recommended that the Japanese government adopt the Gregorian calendar to replace the lunisolar calendar. The government accepted his advice, and Japan adopted the Gregorian calendar on 1873 Jan. 1.

Named in memory of Tsukamoto Akitake (1833–1885), a geographer who worked for both the Tokugawa and Meiji governments. He recommended that the Japanese government adopt the Gregorian calendar to replace the lunisolar calendar. The government accepted his advice, and Japan adopted the Gregorian calendar on 1873 Jan. 1. (M 34352)

Name proposed and citation prepared by SBNC.

Avastatud: 29-9-1973 Avastamiskoht: Palomar Avastajad: van Houten, C. J., van Houten-Groeneveld, I., Gehr

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