(1951 RQ )
Incl: 3.51492
Eccent: 0.2026752
Period: 3.9245768201495 years
AU 2.4879893
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

4.9.1951 22:41 Heidelberg 8e43 49n24 observations 1

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Named in memory of Ernest William Brown (1866–1938), the Cambridge-Yale mathematical astronomer who spent much of the last fifty years of his life working on the theory of the motion of the Moon, developing the method of G. W. Hill {see planet  (1642)} with spectacular success. He also concerned himself with the problem of the Earth’s variable rotation, studied the motions of minor planets on resonant orbits (particularly the Trojans) and wrote treatises on lunar theory and planetary theory. (M 3932)

Discovered on 4-9-1951 in Heidelberg by Reinmuth, K.

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