(11582) Bleuler

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(11582) Bleuler
Properties of the orbit ( animation )
Epoch:  April 18, 2013 ( JD 2,456,400.5)
Orbit type Main belt asteroid
Asteroid family Koronis family
Major semi-axis 2.8719  AU
eccentricity 0.0087
Perihelion - aphelion 2.8469 AU - 2.8968 AU
Inclination of the orbit plane 0.9702 °
Length of the ascending node 299.5465 °
Argument of the periapsis 254.5973 °
Sidereal period 4.87 a
Mean orbital velocity 17.57 km / s
Physical Properties
Absolute brightness 13.8 mag
Explorer Eric Walter Elst
Date of discovery August 10, 1994
Another name 1994 PC 14 , 1992 CW 1
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(11582) Bleuler is an asteroid of the main belt , which on 10 August 1994 by the Belgian astronomer Eric Walter Elst at the La Silla Observatory ( IAU code 809) of the European Southern Observatory in Chile was discovered.

The asteroid was named after the Swiss psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler (1857-1939) who introduced the terms schizophrenia and autism and published the textbook on psychiatry in 1916 .

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