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(15469) Ohmura
Caractéristiques orbitales
Époque 27 juin 2015 (JJ 2457200,5)[1]
Demi-grand axe (a) 435,335×106 km[1]
(2,91 ua)
Périhélie (q) 405,415×106 km[1]
(2,71 ua)
Aphélie (Q) 465,255×106 km[1]
(3,11 ua)
Excentricité (e) 0,07[1]
Période de révolution (Prév) ~1 812 j
(4,96 a)
Inclinaison (i) 2,1°[1]
Nœud ascendant (Ω) 30,1°[1]
Argument du périhélie (ω) 60,0°[1]
Anomalie moyenne (M0) 145,8°[1]
Catégorie Astéroïde de la ceinture principale[1],[2]
Caractéristiques physiques
Magnitude absolue (M) 14,0[1],[2]
Découverte
Découvreur Takao Kobayashi[1],[2]
Date le 16 janvier 1999[1],[2]
Lieu Ōizumi[1]
Désignation 1999 BC[1],[2]

(15469) Ohmura est un astéroïde de la ceinture principale d'astéroïdes.

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(15469) Ohmura est un astéroïde[1] de la ceinture principale d'astéroïdes. Il fut découvert le 16 janvier 1999 à Ōizumi par Takao Kobayashi. Il présente une orbite caractérisée par un demi-grand axe de 2,91 UA, une excentricité de 0,07 et une inclinaison de 2,1° par rapport à l'écliptique[2].

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p (en) »(15469) Ohmura = 1999 BC« , sur le site du Minor Planet Center (consulté le 17 octobre 2015)
  2. ^ a b c d e f (en) »15469 Ohmura (1999 BC)« [html], sur ssd.jpl.nasa.gov, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (consulté le 17 octobre 2015)

157

수 목록 - 정수
<< 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 >>
<< 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 >>
읽는 법 백오십칠
세는 법 백쉰일곱
한자 百五十七
소인수 분해 소수
로마 숫자 CLVII
2진수 1001 1101
8진수 235
12진수 111
16진수 9D
수학적 성질
φ(157) = 156 σ*(157) = 158
d(157) = 2 σ(157) = 158
μ(157) = -1 M(157) = -2

157(백오십칠)은 156보다 크고 158보다 작은 자연수이다.

수학

  • 37번째 소수이다. 앞의 소수는 151이고, 다음은 163이다.

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