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September 28 - Ananke

Ananke is one of Jupiter’s many smaller moons.  It was discovered on September 28th 1951 by Seth Barnes Nicholson at Mount Wilson Observatory.  It takes its name from the mythological personification of “Necessity” (the word means something similar in Greek).   192 more words

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Chains of fireballs lighten up ohio

Chains of fireballs lighten up the eastern sky is really a very uncommon said Meteor Society, they are receiving calls from the public people also report about observing a fireball. 35 more words

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September 27 - 134 Sophrosyne

Asteroid 134 Sophrosyne was discovered on September 27th 1873 by Robert Luther. Its a dark, C-type, main belt asteroid, with an estimated diameter, derived from… 217 more words

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September 25 - 203 Pompeja

Asteroid 203 Pompeja was discovered on September 25th 1879 by our old workaholic friend Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters.  There isn’t much to say about it except it’s about 116 km across, and completes one orbit of the Sun every four and a half Earth years.   91 more words

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September 24 - 318 Magdalena

Asteroid 318 Magdalena, discovered on September 24th 1891 by Auguste Charlois, is a main belt asteroid of about 105 to 106 km diameter, of unknown composition.    118 more words

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Parrot Asteroid SMART Digital Media Receiver with Navigation, Apps, Multimedia and Hands-Free Bluetooth

Reviews Parrot Asteroid SMART Digital Media Receiver with Navigation, Apps, Multimedia and Hands-Free Bluetooth for sale

Please take a few moments to view the Parrot Asteroid SMART Digital Media Receiver with Navigation, Apps, Multimedia and Hands-Free Bluetooth… 84 more words