|Discovery and designation|
|Discovered by||Parchomenko, P.|
|Epoch Orbital Elements at Epoch 2454400.5 (2007-Oct-27.0) TDB|
1129 Neujmina is a main belt asteroid orbiting the Sun. Approximately 35 kilometers in diameter, it makes a revolution around the Sun once every 5 years. It completes one rotation once every 8 hours. It was discovered by Praskovjya Parchomenko at Simeis on August 8, 1929. It was named for Grigory Nikolaevich Neujmin, an astronomer at the Pulkovo and Simeis Observatories, who discovered seven comets and more than 70 minor planets. Its provisional designation was 1929 PH.
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