Loke

(1987 SJ5 )
CURRENT POSITION: 29 ARI 22
Incl: 8.65194
Eccent: 0.2386462
Period: 4.9760717151881 years
AU 2.9145914
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

30.9.1987 22:42 Brorfelde 11e40 55n37 observations 1

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Named after the strangest character in Norse mythology. Loke is one of the giants, but he lives among the Aesir in Asgaard. He is the symbol of falseness and intrigue — at the same time the enemy and the cunning helper of the gods. He caused the death of Balder {see planet  (4059)}, and he is the father of Fenrir, Hel {see planet  (949)} and the Midgard serpent. (M 22504)

Discovered on 30-9-1987 in Brorfelde by Jensen, P.

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