2747 Český Krumlov

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2747 Český Krumlov
Discovery
Discovered by Antonín Mrkos
Discovery date February 10, 1980
Designations
Named after
Český Krumlov
1953 FO1; 1975 EK5;
1977 SV2; 1977 TM3;
1977 TS7; 1980 DW;
1982 OM
Minor planet category Main belt (Hygiea family)
Orbital characteristics
Epoch July 14, 2004 (JD 2453200.5)
Aphelion 521.683 Gm (3.487 AU)
Perihelion 406.764 Gm (2.719 AU)
464.223 Gm (3.103 AU)
Eccentricity 0.124
1996.646 d (5.47 a)
16.91 km/s
34.908°
Inclination 5.821°
345.022°
303.935°
Physical characteristics
Dimensions 33 km[1]
Mass ~3.3×1016 kg (estimate)
Mean density
~2 ? g/cm³ (estimate)
0.0088 m/s² (estimate)
0.0167 km/s (estimate)
unknown
Albedo 0.0405 [1]
Temperature ~160 K
max: 243K (-31°C)
Spectral type
unknown
11.6

2747 Český Krumlov (Czech: [ˈtʃɛskiː ˈkrʊmlof]) is a small main belt asteroid, which was discovered by the Czech astronomer Antonín Mrkos in 1980. It is named after the historic Czech town of Český Krumlov.

Český Krumlov is a dark coloured asteroid (hence probably a carbonaceous C-type), and measures about 32 km in diameter.

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