Nauplius

(1973 SO1 )
CURRENT POSITION: 29 TAU 27
Incl: 8.46777
Eccent: 0.1276955
Period: 11.964102701747 years
AU 5.230863
Type: 0009

Discovery Chart

19.9.1973 06:00 Palomar 116w51 33n21 observations 1

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Nauplius, a son of Poseidon and Amymone, was king of Euboea and father of Palamedes. After a false accusation by Odysseus caused the death of Palamedes, Nauplius sailed to Troy to seek vengeance. But this was denied by Agamemnon, so Nauplius returned to Greece, together with his surviving son Oceax. However, Nauplius earned his revenge. He misled the Greeks returning from Troy by placing lights on the cliffs of his land, so that many ships ran aground.

Nauplius, a son of Poseidon {see planet  (4341)} and Amymone, was king of Euboea and father of Palamedes {see, respectively, planets  (1119) and  (2456)}. After a false accusation by Odysseus {see planet  (1143)} caused the death of Palamedes, Nauplius sailed to Troy to seek vengeance. But this was denied by Agamemnon {see planet  (911)}, so Nauplius returned to Greece, together with his surviving son Oceax {see planet  (9713)}. However, Nauplius earned his revenge. He misled the Greeks returning from Troy by placing lights on the cliffs of his land, so that many ships ran aground. (M 34355)

Avastatud: 19-9-1973 Avastamiskoht: Palomar Avastajad: van Houten, C. J., van Houten-Groeneveld, I., Gehr

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