| Max Wolf|
2.0878 AU (312.33 Gm)
| 11 September 1898|
117.58 yr (42946 d)
11 September 1898
| Asteroid belt (Hungaria)|
Heidelberg-Königstuhl State Observatory
Asteroid belt, Solar System, Sun, 25 Phocaea, 153 Hilda
434 Hungaria Wikipedia
434 Hungaria is a relatively small asteroid orbiting in the inner asteroid belt. It is an E-type (high-albedo) asteroid. It is the namesake of the Hungaria asteroids, which orbit the Sun on the inside of the 1:4 Kirkwood gap, standing out of the core of the asteroid belt.
It was discovered by Max Wolf on September 11, 1898 at the University of Heidelberg. It was named after Hungary, which hosted an astronomical meeting in 1898 in Budapest.
It is thought that there may be a genetic connection between 434 Hungaria and 3103 Eger and the aubrites.