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1094 Siberia

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Discovery date
  
12 February 1926

Minor planet category
  
Main Belt

Discovered
  
12 February 1926

Discoverer
  
Discovery site
  
Alternative names
  
1926 CB

Observation arc
  
29505 days (80.78 yr)

Orbits
  
Sun

Named after
  
Asteroid group
  
Asteroid belt

Discovered by
  
Sergei Ivanovich Belyavsky

Aphelion
  
2.88527 AU (431.630 Gm)

Similar
  
1001 Gaussia, 114 Kassandra, 85 Io, 258 Tyche, 15 Eunomia

1094 Siberia is a minor planet orbiting the Sun. Initially it received the designation 1926 CB. It is a member of the Eunomia family

1094 Siberia in fiction

1094 Siberia is mentioned briefly in John Varley's science fiction novel Rolling Thunder, where it is described as "an escape-proof prison" of the Republic of Mars.

References

1094 Siberia Wikipedia