Arizona (Asteroid)
(793) Arizona
Eigenschaften des Orbits (Simulation)
Orbittyp Hauptgürtelasteroid
Große Halbachse 2,7975 AE
Exzentrizität 0,1217
Perihel – Aphel 2,457 – 3,1381 AE
Neigung der Bahnebene 15,802°
Siderische Umlaufzeit 4,579 a
Mittlere Orbitalgeschwindigkeit 17,81 km/s
Physikalische Eigenschaften
Durchmesser 29 km
Albedo 0,166
Rotationsperiode h
Absolute Helligkeit 9,934
Spektralklasse S
Entdecker P. Lowell
Datum der Entdeckung 9. April 1907
Andere Bezeichnung 1907 ZD

(793) Arizona ist ein Asteroid des Hauptgürtels, der am 9. April 1907 vom US-amerikanischen Amateur-Astronomen Percival Lowell in Flagstaff entdeckt wurde. Der Name ist abgeleitet vom US-amerikanischen Bundesstaat Arizona, wo er - in dem nach seinem Entdecker und Gründer benannten Lowell-Observatorium - entdeckt wurde.

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