Jupiter Trojans (Greek Camp): 588 Achilles, List of Trojan Asteroids, 624 Hektor, 1437 Diomedes, 1868 Thersites, 1869 Philoctetes

 
9781155628783: Jupiter Trojans (Greek Camp): 588 Achilles, List of Trojan Asteroids, 624 Hektor, 1437 Diomedes, 1868 Thersites, 1869 Philoctetes
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: (11351) 1997 TS25, (12921) 1998 WZ5, (13060) 1991 EJ, (13780) 1998 UZ8, (13790) 1998 UF31, (163189) 2002 EU6, (23624) 1996 UX3, (39797) 1997 TK18, (40237) 1998 VM6, (4035) 1986 WD, (6090) 1989 DJ, (9857) 1991 EN, 10247 Amphiaraos, 10664 Phemios, 11428 Alcinoös, 1143 Odysseus, 12238 Actor, 12658 Peiraios, 12714 Alkimos, 12916 Eteoneus, 12972 Eumaios, 12973 Melanthios, 12974 Halitherses, 13062 Podarkes, 13181 Peneleos, 13184 Augeias, 13185 Agasthenes, 13229 Echion, 13387 Irus, 13463 Antiphos, 13475 Orestes, 13650 Perimedes, 1404 Ajax, 1437 Diomedes, 14791 Atreus, 14792 Thyestes, 15651 Tlepolemos, 15663 Periphas, 1583 Antilochus, 15913 Telemachus, 1647 Menelaus, 17351 Pheidippos, 1749 Telamon, 18263 Anchialos, 1868 Thersites, 1869 Philoctetes, 19913 Aigyptios, 20947 Polyneikes, 20952 Tydeus, 20961 Arkesilaos, 21284 Pandion, 2146 Stentor, 2148 Epeios, 21602 Ialmenus, 22199 Klonios, 22203 Prothoenor, 22222 Hodios, 22227 Polyxenos, 22503 Thalpius, 225276 Leïtos, 2260 Neoptolemus, 23355 Elephenor, 23382 Epistrophos, 23383 Schedios, 2456 Palamedes, 24587 Kapaneus, 24603 Mekistheus, 26057 Ankaios, 26763 Peirithoos, 2759 Idomeneus, 2797 Teucer, 2920 Automedon, 3063 Makhaon, 3391 Sinon, 34993 Euaimon, 3540 Protesilaos, 3548 Eurybates, 3564 Talthybius, 3596 Meriones, 3709 Polypoites, 3793 Leonteus, 3794 Sthenelos, 3801 Thrasymedes, 4007 Euryalos, 4057 Demophon, 4063 Euforbo, 4068 Menestheus, 4086 Podalirius, 4543 Phoinix, 4833 Meges, 4834 Thoas, 4836 Medon, 4946 Askalaphus, 5012 Eurymedon, 5023 Agapenor, 5027 Androgeos, 5028 Halaesus, 5041 Theotes, 5126 Achaemenides, 5244 Amphilochos, 5254 Ulysses, 5259 Epeigeus, 5264 Telephus, 5283 Pyrrhus, 5284 Orsilocus, 5285 Krethon, 5436 Eumelos, 5652 Amphimachus, 58096 Oineus, 588 Achilles, 624 Hektor, 65583 Theoklymenos, 659 Nestor, 7119 Hiera, 7152 Euneus, 7214 Anticlus, 73637 Guneus, 7543 Prylis, 8060 Anius, 8125 Tyndareus, 8241 Agrius, 8317 Eurysaces, 85030 Admetos, 911 Agamemnon, 9694 Lycomedes, 9712 Nauplius, 9713 Oceax, 9817 Thersander, 9818 Eurymachos, 9828 Antimachos, 9907 Oileus, 99950 Euchenor, List of Jupiter trojans (Greek camp). Excerpt: This is a list of Jupiter's Trojan asteroids that lie in the elongated, curved regions around the leading L4 Lagrangian point 60° ahead of Jupiter in the same orbit. All the asteroids at the leading L4 point have names corresponding to participants on the Greek side of the Trojan War, except for 624 Hektor, which was named before this naming convention was instituted. Correspondingly, 617 Patroclus is a Greek-named asteroid at the "Trojan" (L5) Lagrangian point. 624 Hektor is the largest Jupiter Trojan. It was discovered in 1907 by August Kopff. Hektor is a D-type asteroid, dark and reddish in colour. It lies in Jupiter's leading Lagrangian point, L4, called the 'Greek' node after one of the two sides in the legendary Trojan War. Hektor is named after the Trojan hero Hektor and is thus one of two trojan asteroids that is "misplaced" in the wrong camp (the other being 617 Patroclus in the Trojan node). Hektor is one of the most elongated bodies of its size in the Solar System, being 370 × 200 km. It is thought that Hektor might be a contact binary (two asteroids joined by gravitational attraction) like 216 Kleopatra. Hubble Space Telescope observations of Hektor in 1993 did not show an obvious bilobate shape because of a limited angular resolution. On 17 July 2006, the Keck-10m II telescope and its Laser guide star Adaptive Optics (AO) system indicated a bilobate shape for Hektor. Additionally, a 15-km moonlet at of Hektor was detected. The satellite's provisional designation is S/2006 (624) 1. Hektor is, so far, the only known binary trojan asteroid in the L4 point and the first trojan with a satellite companion. 617 Patroclus, another large trojan asteroid located in the L5, is composed of...

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