2577 Litva (1975 EE3) is a Mars-crossing asteroid discovered on March 12, 1975 by N. Chernykh at Nauchnyj. "Litva" means "Lithuania" in the Russian language. In 2009 a moon was discovered in orbiting the asteroid, with a size of 1.4 km, a distance of 21 km, and an orbital period of 1 day, 11 hours, and 53 minutes. in 2012, a second satellite orbiting at a distance of 378 kilometers with a diameter of 1.2 kilometers was discovered, with a rotation period of 214 days. The discovery was announced in late 2013. This made 2577 Litva the 11th asteroid discovered to be in a trinary system.