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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2009) 421 Zähringia Discovery Discovered by Max Wolf Discovery date September 7, 1896 Designations Named after House of Zähringen Alternate name(s) 1896 CZ Minor planet category Main belt Orbital characteristics Epoch 23 July 2010 (JD 2455400,5) Aphelion 3,2570664 AU Perihelion 1,8253966 AU Semi-major axis 2,5412315 AU Eccentricity 0.282 Orbital period 1479.67 d (4.05 a) Average orbital speed 18.39 km/s Mean anomaly 25.395° Inclination 7.774° Longitude of ascending node 187.467 Argument of perihelion 209.017° Physical characteristics Dimensions 11 - 24 km Mass unknown Mean density unknown Equatorial surface gravity unknown Escape velocity unknown Rotation period 6.42 Albedo unknown Temperature unknown Spectral type S Absolute magnitude (H) 11.78 421 Zähringia is a small main belt asteroid. It was discovered by Max Wolf on September 7, 1896, in Heidelberg. v · d · eMinor planets navigator 420 Bertholda•421 Zähringia• 422 Berolina v · d · eSmall Solar System bodies Minor planets Designation · Groups · Moons · Meanings of names · Pronunciation 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 article about an asteroid native to the main belt is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e