(1872) Hélénos

Pour les articles homonymes, voir Hélénos.
(1872) Hélénos
(1872) Helenos
Caractéristiques orbitales
Époque 27 juin 2015 (JJ 2457200,5)[1]
Demi-grand axe (a) 795,572×106 km[1]
(5,318 ua)
Périhélie (q) 757,573×106 km[1]
(5,064 ua)
Aphélie (Q) 833,570×106 km[1]
(5,572 ua)
Excentricité (e) 0,048[1]
Inclinaison (i) 14,6°[1]
Nœud ascendant (Ω) 188,8°[1]
Argument du périhélie (ω) 116,6°[1]
Anomalie moyenne (M0) 146,12°[1]
Catégorie troyen de Jupiter[1],[2] (camp troyen)
Caractéristiques physiques
Magnitude absolue (M) 10,8[1],[2]
Nommé d'après Hélénos[1]
Désignation 1971 FG[1],[2]

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