Aster (Asteroid)
Asteroid
(1218) Aster
Eigenschaften des Orbits
Orbittyp Hauptgürtelasteroid
Große Halbachse 2,2634 AE
Exzentrizität 0,1086
Perihel – Aphel 2,0174 – 2,5093 AE
Neigung der Bahnebene 3,161°
Siderische Umlaufzeit 3,405 a
Mittlere Orbitalgeschwindigkeit 19,80 km/s
Physikalische Eigenschaften
Durchmesser  ? km
Masse  ? kg
Albedo  ?
Mittlere Dichte  ? g/cm³
Rotationsperiode  ? h
Absolute Helligkeit 13,106
Spektralklasse  ?
Geschichte
Entdecker K. Reinmuth
Datum der Entdeckung 1932
Andere Bezeichnung 1932 BJ, 1978 TJ5, 1978 VQ TJ12

(1218) Aster ist ein Asteroid des Hauptgürtels, der am 29. Januar 1932 vom deutschen Astronomen Karl Wilhelm Reinmuth in Heidelberg entdeckt wurde.

Der Asteroid ist nach der Pflanzengattung der Astern benannt.

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Siehe auch: Liste der Asteroiden


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