|Discovered by Max Wolf|
Alternative names 1894 AY
Observation arc 122.08 yr (44590 d)
Asteroid group Asteroid belt
Spectral type C-type asteroid
Named after Siegen
|Discovery date 1 March 1894|
Minor planet category Main belt
Discovered 1 March 1894
Discoverer Max Wolf
|Aphelion 3.38983 AU (507.111 Gm)|
Similar 471 Papagena, 230 Athamantis, 417 Suevia, 423 Diotima, 360 Carlova
386 Siegena is a very large main-belt asteroid. It is classified as a C-type asteroid and is probably composed of primitive carbonaceous material.
It was discovered by Max Wolf on March 1, 1894, in Heidelberg.
References386 Siegena Wikipedia
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