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779 Nina

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Discovered by  G. N. Neujmin
Observation arc  99.69 yr (36412 d)
Perihelion  2.0589 AU (308.01 Gm)
Orbits  Sun
Discovery site  Simeiz Observatory
Spectral type  X-type asteroid
Discovery date  25 January 1914
Aphelion  3.2691 AU (489.05 Gm)
Discovered  25 January 1914
Discoverer  Grigory Neujmin
Asteroid group  Asteroid belt
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Alternative names  1914 UB, A908 YB, A912 TE
Similar  516 Amherstia, 441 Bathilde, Asteroid belt, 145 Adeona, 56 Melete

779 Nina is a fairly large Main-belt asteroid orbiting the Sun. It was discovered 1925 January 14 by Grigory Neujmin and named after his sister, the mathematician Nina Nikolaeva Neujmina (1877-1956).

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779 Nina Wikipedia


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