(964) Subamara

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(964) Subamara
Properties of the orbit ( animation )
Orbit type Main belt asteroid
Major semi-axis 3.0500  AU
eccentricity 0.1174
Perihelion - aphelion 2.6918 AU - 3.4082 AU
Inclination of the orbit plane 9.06 °
Sidereal period 5,461 a
Mean orbital velocity 17.05 km / s
Physical Properties
Medium diameter approx. 20 km
Albedo ?
Rotation period ? H
Absolute brightness 10.7 mag
Spectral class ?
Explorer Johann Palisa
Date of discovery October 27, 1921
Another name 1921 KS, A905 UL
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(964) Subamara is an asteroid of the main belt that was discovered on October 27, 1921 by the Austrian astronomer Johann Palisa in Vienna .

The name of the asteroid is derived from the Latin word for very bitter - an allusion to the observation conditions of the Vienna observatory.

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