ISO

(1293 T-1 )
CURRENT POSITION: 19 LIB 30
Incl: 3.91225
Eccent: 0.0939005
Period: 3.1771211837752 years
AU 2.1611046
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

25.3.1971 07:34 Palomar 116w51 33n21 observations 1

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ISO, the Infrared Space Observatory, was launched on 1995 Nov. 17 to study the universe over a broad range of wavelengths. Among its many discoveries are water vapor on Saturn's moon Titan, infrared galaxies at immense distances, young stars in the Orion Association and the nature of the surface of major and minor planets.

ISO, the Infrared Space Observatory, was launched on 1995 Nov. 17 to study the universe over a broad range of wavelengths. Among its many discoveries are water vapor on Saturn’s moon Titan, infrared galaxies at immense distances, young stars in the Orion Association and the nature of the surface of major and minor planets. (M 41571)

Discovered on 25-3-1971 in Palomar by van Houten, C. J., van Houten-Groeneveld, I., Gehr

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