|Discovery date 28 January 1927|
Observation arc 89.22 yr (32588 days)
Named after Max Planck
|Alternative names 1927 BC|
Discovered 28 January 1927
Discoverer Max Wolf
Asteroid group Asteroid belt
|Discovered by Maximilian Franz Joseph Cornelius Wolf|
Aphelion 3.47724 AU (520.188 Gm)
Perihelion 2.7821069 AU (416.19727 Gm)
Discovery site Landessternwarte Heidelberg-Königstuhl
Similar 528 Rezia, 417 Suevia, 1056 Azalea, 509 Iolanda, 540 Rosamunde
1069 Planckia is a main belt asteroid. It was discovered by Max Wolf on January 28, 1927, and assigned a provisional designation of 1927 BC. It was named after physicist Max Planck.
Photometric measurements made in 2000, when combined with earlier observations, showed a light curve with a period of 8.643 ± 0.05 hours. As of 2013, the estimate for the rotation period is 8.665 hours.