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14 Irene




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14 Irene
Genus Asteroides Cinguli Principalis
Res orbitales epochae 4 Ianuarii 2010
Excentricitas .1673053500431364
Axis semimaior 2.585173852031167 UA
2.152660435794729 UA
3.017687268267605 UA
Inclinatio orbitalis 9.106625837690792°
Longitudo nodi ascendentis 86.45192309215822°
Argumentum perihelii 96.34627970043967°
Anomalia media 80.84295369884353°
Periodus orbitalis 4.1566440344696 anni
Res physicae
Diameter 167x153x139 km[1]

152 (media)[2] km

Massa (8.21±1.45)×1018 [1] kg
Densitas media 4.42±1.59[1] g/cm3
Periodus rotationis 15 h 3.6000252 m
Classis spectralis
S
S
Magnitudo absoluta 6.30
Albedo 0.159
De recognitione
Primus repertor I. R. Hind
Repertum die 19 Maii 1851
Designationes aliae 1952 TM, A906 QC, A913 EA

14 Irene,[3] olim designationibus 1952 TM, A906 QC, et A913 EA agnitus, est asteroides systematis solaris nostri, asteroidibus Cinguli Principalis attributus. Astronomis terrestribus magnitudinem absolutam 6.30 monstrat. Die 19 Maii 1851 ab Ioanne Russell Hind in Londinio versato repertus est.[4] In mythologia Graeca Irene (Latine "Pax") fuit una ex Horis et dea seu personificatio pacis.

Rerum orbitalium ratio epochae 4 Ianuarii 2010 constitit. Qua epocha 14 Irene per dies 1518 circa solem movebatur. Axem orbitalem habebat unitatum astronomicarum 2.59 et eccentricitatem 0.17, distans igitur a sole quam minime unitatibus 2.15, quam maxime unitatibus 3.02. Inclinatio orbitalis 9.11° reperiebatur, anomalia media 80.84°.


Notae


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jim Baer (2008). "Recent Asteroid Mass Determinations" . Personal Website 
  2. "JPL Small-Body Database Browser: 14 Irene" . 10 Sep 2009 prox. obs. 
  3. Nomina asteroidum iussu Unionis Astronomicae Internationalis imposita sunt.
  4. "Discovery Circumstances: Numbered Minor Planets" (Anglice). IAU Minor Planet Center. Universitas Harvardiana 

Nexus externi


Data astronomica: "2000014 " apud JPL Small-Body Database.

Haec commentatio, automatice praeparata, res astronomicas colligit excerptas e pagina [1] sitús Small-Body Database , quem elaboraverunt NASA et JPL apud Institutum Technologiae Californiense.


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