Amor (Asteroid)
Asteroid
(1221) Amor
Eigenschaften des Orbits (Simulation)
Orbittyp Amor-Typ
Große Halbachse 1,9198 AE
Exzentrizität 0,4345
Perihel – Aphel 1,0856 – 2,7540 AE
Neigung der Bahnebene 11,8780°
Siderische Umlaufzeit 2,660 a
Mittlere Orbitalgeschwindigkeit 21,50 km/s
Physikalische Eigenschaften
Durchmesser 1,0 km
Masse  ? kg
Albedo  ?
Mittlere Dichte  ? g/cm³
Rotationsperiode  ? h
Absolute Helligkeit 17,7
Spektralklasse  ?
Geschichte
Entdecker H. van Gent
Datum der Entdeckung 1932
Andere Bezeichnung 1932 EA1


(1221) Amor ist ein Asteroid, nach dem eine ganze Klasse von Asteroiden (Amor-Typ) benannt wurde, deren Bahn teilweise innerhalb der Marsbahn verläuft.

Amor wurde im Jahre 1932 entdeckt. Er bewegt sich in einem Abstand von 1,086 AU (Perihel) und 2,754 AU (Aphel) um die Sonne. Seine Bahn ist 11,878° gegen die Ekliptik geneigt, die Bahnexzentrizität beträgt 0,435. Auf seiner Bahn kann er sich der Erde bis auf 16,3 Millionen km nähern und dabei 14,2 mag hell werden.

Die Größe von Amor wird auf 0,9 bis 1,9 km geschätzt.


Siehe auch: Liste der Asteroiden


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