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Celestia Discovery and designation Discovered by Fred Lawrence Whipple Discovery site Harvard Discovery date February 19, 1933 Designations MPC designation 1252 Alternate name(s) 1933 DG Orbital characteristics Epoch May 14, 2008 Ap 3.2453518 Peri 2.1453580 Eccentricity 0.2040536 Orbital period 1616.3015142 Mean anomaly 326.75210 Inclination 33.89288 Longitude of ascending node 141.06647 Argument of peri 62.96247 Physical characteristics Geometric albedo 0.2573 Absolute magnitude (H) 10.89 1252 Celestia (1933 DG) is a Main-belt asteroid discovered on February 19, 1933 by Fred Lawrence Whipple at Harvard. Celestia is named after Whipple's mother, Celestia MacFarland Whipple. References External links JPL Small-Body Database Browser on 1252 Celestia v · d · eMinor planets navigator 1251 Hedera•1252 Celestia• 1253 Frisia 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 article about an asteroid native to the main belt is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e