Honoria

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CURRENT POSITION: 3 AQU 5
Incl: 7.69542
Eccent: 0.1911515
Period: 4.6787846577734 years
AU 2.7973189
Type: 0000

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26.4.1884 00:00 Vienna 16e20 48n14 observations 0

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Named possibly for the goddess personifying honor, worshiped at Rome. (H 28)

Named (BAJ Circ., No. 227 (1884)) by Edward Singleton Holden (1846–1914) {see planet  (2974)}, director of the Washburn Observatory of the University of Wisconsin in Madison and later director of the Lick Observatory. Holden was head of the American expedition to Caroline Island {see also the citation for planet  (235)} where he met the discoverer. Holden searched visually for an intra-Mercurian planet.

Avastatud: 26-4-1884 Avastamiskoht: Vienna Avastajad: Palisa, J.

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