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- Alexandra is a very large, darkMain belt asteroid.
- Abundantia hat einen Durchmesser von 45 km.
- Benannt wurde der Himmelsk--rper nach Abundantia, der r--mischen G--ttin des --berflusses.
- Abundantia bewegt sich zwischen 2,5058 ( Perihel) astronomischen Einheiten bis 2,6777 astronomischen Einheiten ( Aphel) in 4,172 Jahren um die Sonne.
- Adalberta bewegt sich in einem Abstand von 1,8431 ( Perihel) bis 3,0924 ( Aphel) astronomischen Einheiten in 3,88 Jahren um die Sonne.
- An object discovered March 18, 1892 by Max Wolf with provisional designation "1892 X" was named 330 Adalberta, but was lost and never recovered.
- M-rz 1892 fotographisch entdeckt hatte und die provisorische Bezeichnung '1892 X' trug, mit dem Namen '330 Adalberta' versehen.
- Adrastea is also a moon of Planet Jupiter.
- Adrastea is one of Jupiter's 16 moons, and the second-closest to Jupiter.
- Adrastea is one of the smallest moons in the solar system.
- Adrastea is probably an asteroid that got caught by Jupiter's immense gravity.
- Adrastea is the second-closest moon to Jupiter.
- Aegle is a very large main belt asteroid.
- AEGLE: One of the HESPERIDES, the apple-cheeked NYMPHS who care for the Golden Apples of Immortality.
- Aegle is a very difficult target due to the shape of its lightcurve.
- Aegle is also a genus of southern Asian fruit trees, commonly known as the Bael tree.
- Aemilia was discovered by the brothers Paul Henry and Prosper Henry on January 26, 1876.
- AERIA is also the name of an asteroid number 369 discovered by the Astronomer Borrelly in 1893.
- Only one stellar occultation by Alkeste has been observed.
- Alkeste bewegt sich zwischen 2,4300 ( Perihel) astronomischen Einheiten bis 2,8297 astronomischen Einheiten ( Aphel) in 4,265 Jahren um die Sonne.
- Two occultations by Althaea were observed in 2002, only a month apart.
- It was discovered by J. C. Watson on April 3, 1872 and named after Althaea, the mother of Meleager in Greek mythology.
- Amalthea is a small red-tinted moon that measures about 168 miles in length and half that in width.
- Amalthea is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Amalthea is the reddest object in the solar system, even redder than the planet Mars.
- Amalthea is the reddest object in the solar system.
- Amalthea is the third closest moon to the surface of Jupiter.
- So far Ampella has been observed occulting a star once, on November 8th, 1991 from New South Wales, Australia.
- Ampella bewegt sich in einem Abstand von 1,8940 ( Perihel) bis 3,0218 ( Aphel) astronomischen Einheiten in 3,854 Jahren um die Sonne.
- Ampella Beschreibung möglichst ausführlich zu halten.
- Angelina is a quite large Main belt asteroid.
- Angelina is a great name, and it fits her.
- It was discovered by J. Palisa on May 21, 1879, and named after Arete, the mother of Nausicaa in Homer 's The Odyssey.
- Along with the final mass in green, there are two preliminary masses using Ceres and 197 Arete as the perturbed asteroid.
- In the Ajax, Sophocles is pointing up the tragedy that may result from an insult to a man's arete (Homeric recognition of a man's excellence).
- Also, higher mass was obtained from (95) Arethusa when using the extended model.
- Second, Arethusa had a series of very recent encounters with Interamnia.
- Category:Main Belt asteroids Aristarchus asteroid main belt asteroid .
- Aristarchus invented a bowl-shaped sundial whose pointer cast shadows in the middle of the bowl.
- Aristarchus realized that the Earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the Sun.
- ARTEMIS is a project to observe this effect, carried-on with the 10 m telescope of the Whipple Observatory.
- ARTEMIS was launched on July 12 2001 from Kourou.
- Artemis is a P2P file-sharing application for music, mp3, movies, software, documents and games downloads.
- Artemis is a private venture to establish a permanent, self-supporting community on the Moon.
- Artemis is a test bed for the rapidly maturing technology of gravitational manipulation.
- Arthurdent: the new name for Asteroid 18610.
- Arthurdent was proposed by Felix Hormuth, of the Starkenburg Observatory in Germany, who spotted the space rock.
- For example, the "Arthurdent" asteroid was so named at the suggestion of the man who actually found it, German astronomer Felix Hormuth.
- It was discovered by Johann Palisa on February 29, 1880 in Pola and was named after Sidonian goddess Aschera.
- Asteroids of that type are very bright, and Aschera is not a exception since has one of the brightest surfaces of all the asteroids.
- Aschera (G--ttin) ist eine G--ttin des aram--ischen Raums.
- Aurelia is a hypothetical Earth-sized planet orbiting a red dwarf star.
- Aurelia is a city in Iowa.
- Aurelia is a genus of jellyfishes in the Ulmaridae family.
- Aurelia is a synonym for chrysalis .
- Aurelia is also the feminine form of Aurelii, the Roman gens of which she was part.
- Bianca is a moon of Uranus.
- Bianca is a character in the Xanth novels by Piers Anthony.
- Bianca is a female personal name from the Italian word for "White".
- Bianca is a fictional character in William Shakespeare 's play The Taming of the Shrew.
- Bianca is a movie by italian director Nanni Moretti.
- Concordia is a class C asteroid, its surface is dark and it's composition is likely to be carbonaceous.
- Concordia is a class S asteroid, its surface is bright in color and it is probably a mixture of iron-nickel metals and silicate rock.
- Concordia is the Latin word for "harmony".
- Concordia is the official title for the compilation of Lutheran doctrinal statements (Book of Concord) published in 1580.
- Concordia was discovered by R. Luther on March 24th 1860.
- Dione is one of the 18 moons of Saturn.
- Dione is a warm, wet world with a tropical climate and large tracks of jungle and savannah.
- Dione is one of the Nereids in Greek mythology.
- Dione is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Dione is the name of a Dutch Hardcore DJ.
- Echo was discovered by James Ferguson on September 14 1860 It was his third and final asteroid discovery It is named after Echo a nymph in Greek mythology.
- Echo was discovered by H Goldschmidt on September 9th 1860.
- ECHO is a German music award granted every year by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie (an association of recording companies).
- Echo was discovered by James Ferguson on September 14th 1860.
- The echo is a little fuzzier than the original wave.
- Galatea is a large, dark, Main belt asteroid.
- Galatea is a moon of Neptune.
- Galatea is a novel by British author Philip Pullman, his second published work of fiction.
- Galatea is a tiny moon of Neptune.
- Galatea is an interactive fiction work by Emily Short , somewhat based around the Pygmalion legend.
- Hebe is a very large Main belt asteroid which was discovered in 1847 by Karl Ludwig Hencke.
- Hebe is a genus of plants native to New Zealand.
- Hebe is a genus of plants native to Oceania .
- Hebe is a word with multiple meanings: In Greek mythology, Hebe was the goddess of youth.
- Hebe is the Greek goddess of youth (Diameter 115 miles, Orbit period 3.78 years).
- Hesperia is a large, metal rich, Main belt asteroid.
- Hesperia is a village located in the U.S. state of Michigan.
- Hesperia is the 4th largest city in the Palmdale Metropolitan Area.
- Hesperia is the name of a fictional continent in the fictional world of Weyard in the Golden Sun game series.
- Hesperia was discovered by Giovanni Schiaparelli in 1861 (Diameter 86 miles, Orbit period 5.14 years).
- Kleopatra is a relatively large asteroid, measuring 217 × 94 × 81 km.
- Kleopatra is a relatively large asteroid, measuring 217 -- 94 -- 81 km.
- Kleopatra is an unusual object.
- Kleopatra is one of several dozen asteroids whose coloring suggests they contain metal.
- Kleopatra was about 171 million km from Earth.
- Maria asteroids have a semi-major axis between 2.5 AU and 2.706 AU and an inclination between 12° and 17°.
- Category:Maria asteroids Articles in category "Maria asteroids" There are 2 articles in this category.
- Maria asteroids have a mean orbital radius between 2.5 AU and 2.706 AU and an inclination between 12° and 17°.
- Leda is a large, dark Main belt asteroid (Diameter 115.9 km, Orbit period 4.54 years, Distance 1.49 million km).
- Leda is also a C++ software library.
- Leda is also a multiparadigm programming language.
- Leda is also a poem by Aldous Huxley Aldous Leonard Huxley (July 26, 1894 – November 22, 1963) was a British writer who emigrated to the United States.
- Leda is also the name of a satellite of Jupiter .
- Lutetia is a large Main belt metallic M-type asteroid.
- Lutetia is a large asteroid, about 100 km in diameter.
- Lutetia is a much bigger object, about 100 kilometers in diameter.
- Lutetia is a much bigger object, about 100 kilometres in diameter.
- Lutetia is a much bigger object, about 100 km in diameter.
- Mathilde is a C-type asteroid, the most common type of asteroid in the outer belt.
- Mathilde is a large chunk of rock roughly 60 kilometers across that orbits the Sun between Mars and Jupiter in the main asteroid belt.
- Mathilde is a low-reflectance object (geometric albedo=0.047) with principal diameters of 66×48×44 km.
- Mathilde is a main belt asteroid visited by the NEAR mission on June 1997.
- Mathilde is a very unusual asteroid.
- Metis is also the name of a satellite of Jupiter.
- Metis is the closest moon to Jupiter.
- Metis is the closest moon to the surface of Jupiter, and can be found with in the planets main ring.
- Metis is the innermost of Jupiter 's known moons.
- Metis was a Titaness and the first wife of Zeus.
- MINERVA was deployed on November 12, 2005.
- MINERVA was released but due to an error failed to reach the surface.
- Minerva was a Roman goddess of crafts and wisdom.
- Minerva was the goddess of wisdom.
- Pallas is the asteroid I find often prominent with lawyers and politicians.
- Pallas is a 'mover and shaker' which means she has a tricky time of it when passing through the conservative sign Taurus.
- Pallas is only a little larger than 4 Vesta.
- Pallas is the second largest Main Belt asteroid (Diameter 334 miles, Orbit period 4.61 years).
- Pallas is the third largest main belt asteroid, similar to 4 Vesta in volume (to within uncertainty), but significantly less massive.
- Adeona asteroids, named after 145 Adeona, ~65 members.
- Category:Adeona asteroids Articles in category "Adeona asteroids" There are 2 articles in this category.
- Admete was de godin van stortbuien.
- Adria is a town in the province of Rovigo Rovigo is a town (population 52,472 as of 1991) in the Veneto region of Italy.
- Adria is a town in the province of Rovigo in the Veneto region of Northern Italy, situated between the mouths of the rivers Adige and Po.
- Aegina is a famous tourist destination.
- Aegina is a traditional Greek island located just off the coast of Pireaus.
- Aegina was a daughter of Asopus and mother of Aeacus by Zeus.
- Aeschylus is a master of the grand style.
- Aeschylus was the earliest of the three greatest Greek tragedians, the others being Sophocles and Euripides.
- Aeschylus was born at the religious center of Eleusis.
- The occultation diameter of 47 Aglaja (abstract).
- Attached are reports on the 47 Aglaja appulse by myself and Eric Pozza.
- Kronous Alkon now busied himself with the machinery of the vessel.
- It was not necessary for Kronous Alkon to tell me that we were sinking earthward.
- After a few minutes, Kronous Alkon moved one of the levers; and the drumming ceased.
- This Macintosh classic is what put Ambrosia on the map as the leading Macintosh shareware publisher.
- Ambrosia's classic game Bubble Trouble is now swimming in Aqua on MacOS X, along with a spiffy new level editor.
- Barrack features stunning artwork, intense action, vibrant 8-channel stereo sound effects, and the addictiveness that comes standard in an Ambrosia game.
- Amphitrite is also a genus of the polychaete family Terebellidae.
- Amphitrite was discovered by Albert Marth in 1854; it is named after Amphitride, a sea goddess in Greek mythology.
- Anahita is a cutie pie.
- Anahita: One of the angels of fertility.
- Andromache is the catalytic corner of a love quadrangle that eventually erupts into deception and destruction.
- Andromache is the subject of a tragedy by French classical playwright Jean Racine (1639-1699), entitled Andromaque.
- Andromache was a woman in Greek mythology who was the wife of Hector.
- Andromache was the daughter of Eetion, ruler of the Cilician city of Thebe; she was the wife of the Trojan hero Hector and the mother of Astyanax.
- Someone up there touched Bill Cosby with the gift of comedy when he was born in Philadelphia on July 12, 1937, the son of Wlliam and Anna Cosby.
- Only Will and his older sister Anna (Anna Cuppy Clark, 1883-1940) survived to adulthood.
- Anna's fascination with Celtic legends and the Tarot began when she was a child in England.
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