(1022) Olympiada

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(1022) Olympiada
Properties of the orbit ( animation )
Orbit type Main belt asteroid
Major semi-axis 2.8078  AU
eccentricity 0.1712
Perihelion - aphelion 2.3272 AU - 3.2884 AU
Inclination of the orbit plane 21.063 °
Sidereal period 4,705 a
Mean orbital velocity 17.77 km / s
Physical Properties
Medium diameter 26.38 km
Dimensions ? Template: Infobox asteroid / maintenance / masskg
Albedo 0.160
Medium density ? g / cm³
Rotation period 3.833
Absolute brightness 10,017 mag
Spectral class X
Explorer W.A. Albizki
Date of discovery 1924
Another name 1924 RT, 1928 FQ, 1948 QO
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(1022) Olympiada is an asteroid of the main belt , which on 23. June 1924 by the Russian astronomer Vladimir Alexandrovich Albizki the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory in simeiz was discovered.

The asteroid is dedicated to the Olympic Games that were taking place in Paris , France at the time of its discovery .

The orbit has a semi-major axis of 2.8078 astronomical units and an orbital eccentricity of 0.1712. Thus it moves at a distance of 2.3272 ( perihelion ) to 3.2884 ( aphelion ) astronomical units in 4.705 a around the sun . The orbit is inclined at 21.063 ° to the ecliptic .

The asteroid has a diameter of 26.38 km and an albedo of 0.160. It rotates around its own axis in 3.833 hours.

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