911 Agamemnon

911 Agamemnon
Discovery A
Discoverer K. Reinmuth
Discovery date March 19, 1919
1919 FD B
Category Jupiter Trojan
Orbital elements C
Epoch January 14, 1990 (JDCT 2447905.5)
Eccentricity (e) 0.068
Semi-major axis (a) 5.214
Perihelion (q) 4.860
Aphelion (Q) 5.569
Orbital period (P) 11.907
Inclination (i) 21.833
Longitude of the
ascending node (Ω)
Argument of
perihelion (ω)
Mean anomaly (M) 110.147

911 Agamemnon is a Trojan asteroid that orbits the Sun at the same distance as the planet Jupiter. It is located in the leading Lagrangian point L4.

It is named after Agamemnon of Iliad

It was discovered by Karl Wilhelm Reinmuth on March 19, 1919 in Heidelberg, Germany.


Discovery Circumstances: Numbered Minor Planets

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For a complete listing, see: List of asteroids. For pronunciation, see: Pronunciation of asteroid names.

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