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824 Anastasia

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Discovered by  G. N. Neujmin
Alternative names  1916 ZH
Aphelion  3.1761 AU (475.14 Gm)
Discovered  25 March 1916
Orbits  Sun
Discovery site  Simeiz Observatory
Discovery date  25 March 1916
Observation arc  102.13 yr (37302 d)
Perihelion  2.4106 AU (360.62 Gm)
Inclination  8.1258°
Discoverer  Grigory Neujmin
Asteroid group  Asteroid belt
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Similar  825 Tanina, 276 Adelheid, 193 Ambrosia, 847 Agnia, 516 Amherstia

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824 Anastasia is a main belt asteroid orbiting the Sun. It is approximately 34.14 km in diameter. It was discovered on March 25, 1916 by Grigory Neujmin at Simeiz Observatory in Russian Empire. It is named in memory of Anastasia Semenoff, an acquaintance of the discoverer.

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Occultation

On April 6, 2010, 824 Anastasia had the distinction of causing the brightest asteroid occultation ever predicted for North America for an asteroid of its size. The asteroid occulted the naked-eye star ζ Ophiuchi over a path stretching from the Los Angeles area to Edmonton, Alberta.

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824 Anastasia Wikipedia


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