Talk:704 Interamnia

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Latin is equivalent to Greek Mesopotamia. Adj. form in the OED is interamnian (in'-tur-am'-nee-un). kwami 2005 July 6 09:42 (UTC)

Could Interamnia be classified as a dwarf planet??[edit]

In the articles about Pallas, Vesta and Hygiea, it says:

"It is possible that...may be classified as a dwarf planet in the future, if it is proven that its shape is due to hydrostatic equilibrium.".

Is the above statement also true of Interamnia?? In pictures, Interamnia looks actually more nearly spherical than Pallas, Vesta, or Hygiea from the few pictures I have seen relating to it - though of course Interamnia has been much less studied as it was only discovered in 1910. luokehao

Probably not. Its diameter is below 400 km, which makes it unlikely to be in HE. Serendipodous 13:20, 20 October 2008 (UTC)

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--JeffGBot (talk) 21:01, 19 June 2011 (UTC)