|Discovered by||Max Wolf|
|Discovery site||Heidelberg-Königstuhl State Observatory|
|Discovery date||2 February 1910|
|A910 CB, 1937 AD, 1951 SW, 1974 OQ, 1978 PS1, 1978 QJ3, 1980 EE, 1892 X[a]|
|Orbital characteristics |
|Epoch 9 December 2014 (JD 2457000.5)|
|Uncertainty parameter 0|
|Observation arc||105.42 yr|
|3.88 yr (1,417.5 d)|
Average orbital speed
An object discovered March 18, 1892, by Max Wolf with provisional designation 1892 X was named 330 Adalberta, but was lost and never recovered. In 1982, it was determined that the observations leading to the designation of "1892 X" were stars, and the object never existed. The name and number 330 Adalberta was then reused for another asteroid discovered by Max Wolf on February 2, 1910, which had the provisional designation A910 CB.
- In 1982 R. M. West, C. Madsen, and L. D. Schmadel showed that 1892 X were galactic stars.
- "JPL Small-Body Database Browser: 330 Adalberta (A910 CB)" (2015-07-06 last obs.). Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Retrieved September 2015.
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