4444 Escher

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Escher
Discovery and designation
Discovered byH. U. Nørgaard-Nielsen, Leif Hansen and Per Rex Christensen
Discovery siteEuropean Southern Observatory
Discovery dateSeptember 16, 1985
Designations
MPC designation4444
Named afterM. C. Escher
Alternative names1985 SA
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Aphelion2.6386554
Perihelion2.0092844
Eccentricity0.1354086
Orbital period1294.0295346
Mean anomaly175.01689
Inclination7.39705
Longitude of ascending node121.34519
Argument of perihelion181.81013
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude (H)13.0
 
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Escher
Discovery and designation
Discovered byH. U. Nørgaard-Nielsen, Leif Hansen and Per Rex Christensen
Discovery siteEuropean Southern Observatory
Discovery dateSeptember 16, 1985
Designations
MPC designation4444
Named afterM. C. Escher
Alternative names1985 SA
Orbital characteristics
Epoch May 14, 2008
Aphelion2.6386554
Perihelion2.0092844
Eccentricity0.1354086
Orbital period1294.0295346
Mean anomaly175.01689
Inclination7.39705
Longitude of ascending node121.34519
Argument of perihelion181.81013
Physical characteristics
Absolute magnitude (H)13.0

4444 Escher (1985 SA) is a main-belt asteroid discovered on September 16, 1985 by H. U. Nørgaard-Nielsen, Leif Hansen and Per Rex Christensen at the European Southern Observatory.

It was named after the artist M. C. Escher.

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