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1826 Miller Discovery Discovered by Indiana Asteroid Program Discovery date 14 September 1955 Designations Alternate name(s) 1955 RC1 Minor planet category Main belt asteroid Orbital characteristics Epoch 22 September 2006 (JD 2454000.5) Aphelion 3.241 AU Perihelion 2.750 AU Semi-major axis 2.995 AU Eccentricity 0.0819 Orbital period 5.18 years Mean anomaly 229.609° Inclination 9.232° Longitude of ascending node 274.325° Argument of perihelion 165.637° Physical characteristics Dimensions 24.41 km Rotation period ~6.776 hours Albedo 0.1294 Absolute magnitude (H) 10.90 1826 Miller (provisional designation 1955 RC1) is an asteroid which was discovered at Goethe Link Observatory near Brooklyn, Indiana by the Indiana Asteroid Program. It was discovered on 14 September 1955, but was later discovered to be the same object as 1929 RV, 1940 WF, 1950 TD2 and 1952 BL1, all seen prior to the official discovery. (1826) Miller is an outer main belt asteroid of about 24 km diameter. Variations in the light reflected from the asteroid suggest a rotation period of about 6 hours 46 minutes, but this is subject to a reasonably high degree of uncertainty [1]. The asteroid was involved in the occultation of a 10th magnitude star in the constellation Cancer in April 2004. [2] References http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=1826 v · d · eMinor planets navigator 1825 Klare•1826 Miller• 1827 Atkinson v · d · eSmall 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 · 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 This article about an asteroid native to the main belt is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e