(1964 CG )
NOW @ 17 ARI 32
FOUND @ 5 VIR 25
Inclination: 2.562
Eccentricity: 0.168
Period: 5.629 years
AU 3.164
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

15.2.1964 05:02 Brooklyn 24e45 59n26 observations 1

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Named in memory of Victor Eugene Thoren (1935–1991), one of the foremost contemporary historians of astronomy and a faculty member in Indiana University’s department of history and philosophy of science for his entire academic career. Although Thoren’s research contributions were wide-ranging, they nonetheless focused on Tycho Brahe {see planet  (1677)} and his emphasis on accuracy in a manner never before thought possible. A copy of his monumental study, The Lord of Uraniborg: A Biography of Tycho Brahe, reached Thoren a few days before his tragic death, thus affording him an opportunity to enjoy, all too briefly, the fruits of his intellectual labors. (M 19334) _ _.

Avastatud: 15-2-1964 Avastamiskoht: Brooklyn Avastajad: Indiana University

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