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Kalchas Discovery and designation Discovered by Cornelis Johannes van Houten, Ingrid van Houten-Groeneveld and Tom Gehrels Discovery site Palomar Observatory Discovery date September 19, 1973 Designations MPC designation 4138 Named after Calchas Alternate name(s) 1973 SM Orbital characteristics Epoch May 14, 2008 Ap 5.3811370 Peri 4.9236814 Eccentricity 0.0443924 Orbital period 4271.8298217 Mean anomaly 340.19086 Inclination 2.10048 Longitude of ascending node 208.02832 Argument of peri 164.11051 Physical characteristics Absolute magnitude (H) 9.8 4138 Kalchas (1973 SM) is a Jupiter Trojan discovered on September 19, 1973 by Cornelis Johannes van Houten, Ingrid van Houten-Groeneveld and Tom Gehrels at Palomar Observatory. External links JPL Small-Body Database Browser on 4138 Kalchas v · d · eMinor planets navigator 4137 Crabtree•4138 Kalchas• 4139 Ul'yanin v · d · eSmall Solar System bodies Minor planets Designation · Groups · Moons · Meanings of names Asteroids Aten asteroid · Families · Jupiter Trojans · Main-belt · Near-Earth · Spectral types Distant minor planets Centaurs · Damocloids · Neptune trojans · Trans-Neptunian objects (Detached · Kuiper belt · Oort cloud · Scattered disc) Comets Extinct · Great · Lost · Main-belt · Non-periodic · Periodic · Sungrazing Meteoroids Bolide · Dust · Fireball · Meteor · Meteorite · Tektite Lists / categories Asteroid groups and families · Asteroid moons · Binary asteroids · Minor planets This Jupiter Trojan-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e