(6092 P-L )
Incl: 10.89001
Eccent: 0.1914115
Period: 4.2184127320161 years
AU 2.610674
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

24.9.1960 08:04 Palomar 116w51 33n21 observations 1

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Named after the Greek philosopher Anaxagoras (c. 500–428 B.C.). He lived in Asia minor and in Athens, where he became friend of Pericles. He taught that solar and lunar eclipses originated in a scientific way and not as an act of the gods. This was an asebie (outrage against the gods) and Anaxagoras had to flee; he died in exile. (M 22501)

Anaxagoras is also honored by a lunar crater.

Avastatud: 24-9-1960 Avastamiskoht: Palomar Avastajad: van Houten, C. J., van Houten-Groeneveld, I., Gehr

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