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1115 Sabauda[1] Discovery Discovered by L. Volta at Pino Torinese Discovery date December 13, 1928 Orbital characteristics Epoch October 27, 2007 (JD 2454400.5) TDB Aphelion 3.6240157 AU Perihelion 2.6037689 AU Semi-major axis 3.1138923 AU Eccentricity 0.1638218 Orbital period 2007.0297331 d (5.49 a) Mean anomaly 130.92015° Inclination 15.2984° Longitude of ascending node 71.96921° Argument of perihelion 55.81573° Physical characteristics Dimensions 68.82 km Albedo 0.0711 Absolute magnitude (H) 9.30 1115 Sabauda is a main belt asteroid orbiting the Sun. It was discovered by L. Volta on December 13, 1928 at Pino Torinese, Italy. It was independently discovered five days later by Josep Comas Solá at Barcelona, Spain. Its provisional designation was 1928 XC. Sabauda, or Sapauda, which is the Latin name for the former rulers of Italy, the House of Savoy. It its possible it was also named after the new established town of Sabauda in the Pontine Marshes.[2] References ^ "JPL Small-Body Database Browser". http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=1115. Retrieved October 9, 2007.  ^ Schmadel, Lutz D. (2003). Dictionary of Minor Planet Names. Springer. ISBN 3540002383.  v • d • e Minor planets navigator 1114 Lorraine       ·       1115 Sabauda       ·       1116 Catriona v • d • e Small Solar System bodies Asteroids (Centaurs · Damocloids · Families · Groups · Moons · Jupiter trojans · Main belt · Near-Earth · Neptune trojans · Spectral types) · Comets · Meteoroids · Minor planets · Trans-Neptunians (Detached objects · Hills cloud · Kuiper belt · Oort cloud · Scattered disc objects) Lists: Asteroid groups and families · Asteroid moons · Binary asteroids · Minor planets See also: List of minor planets, Meanings of minor planet names, Pronunciation of asteroid names, and Solar System