Laotse

(1076 T-3 )
CURRENT POSITION: 23 CAN 31
Incl: 6.65003
Eccent: 0.1818366
Period: 3.3834240305255 years
AU 2.2536729
Type: 0000

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17.10.1977 06:05 Palomar 116w51 33n21 observations 1

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Named after Laotse (sixth century B.C.), the famous Chinese philosopher. He worked at the court of the emperor as a registrar, and it is said that he became a hermit and went to the West. Before he left, he was asked to record his doctrine. The result is the famous book of Tao, Tao-Te-King, which describes the origin of the universe and of Te, the strength possessed by all human beings.

Named after Laotse (sixth century B.C.), the famous Chinese philosopher. He worked at the court of the emperor as a registrar, and it is said that he became a hermit and went to the West. Before he left, he was asked to record his doctrine. The result is the famous book of Tao, Tao-Te-King, which describes the origin of the universe and of Te, the strength possessed by all human beings. (M 32790)

Avastatud: 17-10-1977 Avastamiskoht: Palomar Avastajad: van Houten, C. J., van Houten-Groeneveld, I., Gehr

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