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WHAT DO CENTAURS HAVE IN COMMON?

(With each other, and with other bodies)


There are a great many Centaurs to explore, and each one is being studied by astrologers worldwide. But with so many bodies, what relationship do they have to each other? Are there some Centaurs that work in partnership with others? Are there different classes of Centaurs? And are Centaurs with similar orbital characteristics somehow similar in astrological meaning?

And what about Centaurs that share some elements with other bodies in our solar system....do they have anything in common astrologically?

On this page are several tables, each one grouping the Centaurs by a particular characteristic. In the tables, I have also included Planets, Dwarf Planets, Plutino's, Damocloids, Cubewanos, Scattered Disk Objects, and other bodies out past Neptune/Pluto. I've even included Halley's Comet! Do Centaurs who share orbital traits with one of these bodies also share astrological traits?

Look over each list. Does something jump out at you? Does your intuition reveal something hidden there? Or do you have a suggestion for an additional table to add to this page? If so, by all means drop me a line! Mr.Chiron@zanestein.com


PERIHELION: the closest a body gets to the Sun. Perhaps at this point the body's influence is the strongest, or most concentrated? Or perhaps, the most subjective or personal? Distances are measured in AU's (Astronomical Units - One AU is equal to the average distance between the Sun and Earth or about 93 million miles.)
Name or Number Prov. Des. Perihelion
MERCURY 0.31
HALLEY'S COMET 0.586
VENUS 0.72
EARTH 0.98
MARS 1.38
#5335 DAMOCLES 1.58
#944 HIDALGO 1.951
#1 CERES 2.5468
JUPITER 4.95
#52872 OKYRHOE 1998 SG35 5.799
#60558 ECHECLUS 2000 EC98 5.858
#8405 ASBOLUS 1995 GO 6.843
#63252 2001 BL41 6.9
#31824 ELATUS 1999 UG5 7.248
#145486 2005 UJ438 8.25
#2060 CHIRON 1977 UB 8.5114
#32532 THEREUS 2001 PT13 8.516
#5145 PHOLUS 1992 AD 8.73
SATURN 9.01
#148975 2001 XA255 9.35
#121725 1999 XX143 9.62
#120061 2003 CO1 10.93
Pylenor 1994 TA 11.644
#7066 NESSUS 1993 HA2 11.826
#29981 1999 TD10 12.27
#10199 CHARIKLO 1997 CU26 13.08
#54598 BIENOR 2000 QC243 13.218
#73480 2002 PN34 13.33
#83982 CRANTOR 2002 GO9 14.063
#187661 2007 JG43 14.28
#119315 2001 SQ73 14.35
#119976 2002 VR130 14.73
#136204 2003 WL7 14.95
#55576 AMYCUS 2002 GB10 15.205
#87555 2000 QB243 15.24
#52975 CYLLARUS 1998 TF35 16.206
#49036 PELION 1998 QM107 17.285
#42355 TYPHON 2002 CR46 17.518
#44594 1999 OX3 17.63
#65489 CETO 2003 FX128 17.795
#95626 2002 GZ32 18.03
URANUS 18.28
#10370 HYLONOME 1995 DW2 18.915
#88269 2001 KF77 19.81
#33128 1998 BU48 20.55
#87269 2000 OO67 20.77
#127546 2002 XU93 20.98
#149560 2003 QZ91 21.784
#60608 2000 EE173 22.59
#160427 2005 RL43 23.43
#38628 HUYA 28.52
#54520 2000 PJ30 28.63
PLUTO 29.6
NEPTUNE 29.8
#28978 IXION 30.091
#90482 ORCUS 30.27
#91554 1999 RZ215 30.94
#69988 1998 WA31 31.473
#26375 1999 DE9 32.324
#82155 2001 FZ173 32.41
#136120 2003 LG7 32.445
#143707 2003 UY117 32.462
#38084 1999 HB12 32.563
#183964 2004 DJ71 32.732
#145474 2005 SA278 33.05
#60621 2000 FE8 33.069
#95625 2002 GX32 33.14
#38083 RHADAMANTHUS 33.205
#225088 2007 OR10 33.62
#82158 2001 FP185 34.26
#160148 2001 KV76 34.329
#136108 HAUMEA 34.721
#15874 1996 TL66 35.01
#145451 2005 RM43 35.1
#119878 2002 CY224 35.28
#184212 2004 PB112 35.35
#60458 2000 CM114 35.415
#119068 2001 KC77 35.418
#135571 2002 GG32 35.83
#131696 2001 XT254 35.88
#182223 2000 YC2 35.978
#42301 2001 UR163 36.76
#181867 1999 CV118 37.44
#181902 1999 RD215 37.56
#134210 2005 PQ21 37.624
#229762 2007 UK126 37.65
#136199 ERIS 2003 UB313 37.77
#126619 2002 CX154 37.993
#182933 2002 GZ31 38.259
#26181 1996 GQ21 38.29
#136472 MAKEMAKE 38.509
#84522 2002 TC302 39.04
#79978 1999 CC158 39.108
#118702 2000 OM67 39.16
#181874 1999 HW11 39.209
#182397 2001 QW297 39.727
#58534 LOGOS 39.945
#48639 1995 TL8 39.98
#66652 BORASISI 39.982
#20000 VARUNA 40.494
#15760 1992 QB1 40.8754
#19521 CHAOS 40.929
#82075 2000 YW134 41.07
#53311 DEUCALION 41.579
#50000 QUAOAR 41.695
#88611 TEHARONHIAWAKO 42.899
#148209 2000 CR105 44.19
#145480 2005 TB190 46.21
#90377 SEDNA 2003 VB12 76.361


APHELION:the furthest a body gets from the Sun. Is its influence weakest here? Or perhaps, most objective, or most oriented toward the universal? (Distance measured in AU's, just as Perihelia.)
Name or Number Prov. Des. Aphelion
MERCURY 0.47
VENUS 0.73
EARTH 1.02
MARS 1.67
#1 CERES 2.9858
JUPITER 5.45
#944 HIDALGO 9.539
SATURN 10.07
#52872 OKYRHOE 1998 SG35 10.934
#63252 2001 BL41 12.62
#32532 THEREUS 2001 PT13 12.747
#60558 ECHECLUS 2000 EC98 15.687
#31824 ELATUS 1999 UG5 16.274
#10199 CHARIKLO 1997 CU26 18.66
#2060 CHIRON 1977 UB 18.891
#54598 BIENOR 2000 QC243 19.793
URANUS 20.09
#119315 2001 SQ73 20.509
Pylenor 1994 TA 21.814
#5335 DAMOCLES 22.1
#49036 PELION 1998 QM107 22.82
#83982 CRANTOR 2002 GO9 24.975
#136204 2003 WL7 25.21
#160427 2005 RL43 25.5
#121725 1999 XX143 26.25
#145486 2005 UJ438 26.8
#95626 2002 GZ32 28.36
#8405 ASBOLUS 1995 GO 29.31
NEPTUNE 30.32
#120061 2003 CO1 30.94
#10370 HYLONOME 1995 DW2 31.347
#5145 PHOLUS 1992 AD 31.98
#88269 2001 KF77 32.51
#119976 2002 VR130 32.94
#187661 2007 JG43 33.765
#55576 AMYCUS 2002 GB10 35.092
HALLEY'S COMET 35.1
#52975 CYLLARUS 1998 TF35 36.042
#7066 NESSUS 1993 HA2 37.483
#38083 RHADAMANTHUS 45.105
#50000 QUAOAR 45.116
#88611 TEHARONHIAWAKO 45.28
#20000 VARUNA 45.313
#33128 1998 BU48 45.97
#15760 1992 QB1 46.5925
#44594 1999 OX3 46.85
#53311 DEUCALION 47.157
#90482 ORCUS 48.07
#66652 BORASISI 48.164
#73480 2002 PN34 48.78
#28978 IXION 49.269
PLUTO 49.3
#19521 CHAOS 50.269
#38628 HUYA 50.363
#148975 2001 XA255 50.58
#58534 LOGOS 50.834
#136108 HAUMEA 51.544
#136472 MAKEMAKE 53.074
#87555 2000 QB243 54.89
#42355 TYPHON 2002 CR46 57.688
#149560 2003 QZ91 61.941
#182933 2002 GZ31 62.816
#182397 2001 QW297 64.315
#48639 1995 TL8 65.086
#181874 1999 HW11 66.002
#42301 2001 UR163 66.16
#181867 1999 CV118 67.637
#79978 1999 CC158 68.544
#131696 2001 XT254 69.386
#84522 2002 TC302 71.11
#119878 2002 CY224 72.528
#183964 2004 DJ71 72.729
#95625 2002 GX32 73.731
#82075 2000 YW134 74.027
#135571 2002 GG32 75.153
#119068 2001 KC77 76.001
#60608 2000 EE173 76.56
#60621 2000 FE8 77.126
#69988 1998 WA31 78.179
#26375 1999 DE9 78.987
#143707 2003 UY117 79.559
#38084 1999 HB12 79.895
#182223 2000 YC2 81.327
#60458 2000 CM114 82.903
#134210 2005 PQ21 87.924
#136120 2003 LG7 93.579
#136199 ERIS 2003 UB313 97.56
#225088 2007 OR10 100.79
#126619 2002 CX154 103.704
#160148 2001 KV76 105.423
#145480 2005 TB190 106.54
#229762 2007 UK126 110.3
#127546 2002 XU93 112.93
#15874 1996 TL66 132.87
#82155 2001 FZ173 140.92
#145451 2005 RM43 144.54
#145474 2005 SA278 149.84
#26181 1996 GQ21 151.31
#118702 2000 OM67 157.823
#91554 1999 RZ215 173.9
#29981 1999 TD10 178.42
#184212 2004 PB112 179.78
#65489 CETO 2003 FX128 182
#181902 1999 RD215 206.23
#54520 2000 PJ30 222.06
#148209 2000 CR105 396.02
#82158 2001 FP185 414.17
#90377 SEDNA 2003 VB12 960.78
#87269 2000 OO67 1082.74



INCLINATION:The inclination of a planet's orbit is the angle between the plane of its orbit and the ecliptic. At first I thought this could describe how far a body's influence varies from the status quo, until I saw that Uranus, planet of the unconventional, has a very low inclination...much lower than Saturn's. Juan Revilla asks: "How much "skewed" is the orbit's perspective?" Does it mean anything that Chiron's inclination is virtually the same as that of Mercury? What does it mean for Pholus that it is one of the steepest inclinations among the Centaurs?
NAME or NUMBER INCLINATION (Degrees)
EARTH 0
#48639 1995 TL8 0.2
#53311 DEUCALION 0.4
#131696 2001 XT254 0.5
#66652 BORASISI 0.6
URANUS 0.77
#42301 2001 UR163 0.8
#182933 2002 GZ31 1.1
JUPITER 1.31
NEPTUNE 1.77
SATURN 1.77
MARS 1.85
#42355 TYPHON 2002 CR46 2.4
#44594 1999 OX3 2.6
#88611 TEHARONHIAWAKO 2.6
#58534 LOGOS 2.9
VENUS 3.39
#119976 2002 VR130 3.5
#145486 2005 UJ438 3.8
#10370 HYLONOME 1995 DW2 4.1
#60558 ECHECLUS 2000 EC98 4.3
#88269 2001 KF77 4.4
#31824 ELATUS 1999 UG5 5.2
Pylenor 1994 TA 5.4
#181867 1999 CV118 5.5
#54520 2000 PJ30 5.7
#60621 2000 FE8 5.9
#29981 1999 TD10 6
#60608 2000 EE173 6
#134210 2005 PQ21 6.5
#87555 2000 QB243 6.8
#121725 1999 XX143 6.8
2060 CHIRON 1977 UB 6.9
MERCURY 7.01
#143707 2003 UY117 7.5
#26375 1999 DE9 7.6
#50000 QUAOAR 8
#49036 PELION 1998 QM107 9.3
#69988 1998 WA31 9.4
#1 CERES 10.59
#136204 2003 WL7 11.2
#183964 2004 DJ71 11.3
#90377 SEDNA 2003 VB12 11.9
#160427 2005 RL43 12.2
#63252 2001 BL41 12.5
#52975 CYLLARUS 1998 TF35 12.6
#148975 2001 XA255 12.6
#82155 2001 FZ173 12.7
#38083 RHADAMANTHUS 12.7
#83982 CRANTOR 2002 GO9 12.8
#119068 2001 KC77 12.9
#38084 1999 HB12 13.2
#55576 AMYCUS 2002 GB10 13.3
#26181 1996 GQ21 13.4
#95625 2002 GX32 14
#33128 1998 BU48 14.3
#135571 2002 GG32 14.7
#95626 2002 GZ32 15
#160148 2001 KV76 15.3
#184212 2004 PB112 15.4
#38628 HUYA 15.5
#7066 NESSUS 1993 HA2 15.6
#52872 OKYRHOE 1998 SG35 15.7
#119878 2002 CY224 15.8
#126619 2002 CX154 16
#145474 2005 SA278 16.3
#73480 2002 PN34 16.6
#182397 2001 QW297 17
PLUTO 17.14
#181874 1999 HW11 17.2
#20000 VARUNA 17.2
#119315 2001 SQ73 17.4
#8405 ASBOLUS 1995 GO 17.6
#79978 1999 CC158 18.8
#28978 IXION 19.6
#60458 2000 CM114 19.7
#120061 2003 CO1 19.7
#82075 2000 YW134 19.8
#182223 2000 YC2 19.9
#87269 2000 OO67 20.1
#136120 2003 LG7 20.1
#32532 THEREUS 2001 PT13 20.3
#90482 ORCUS 20.6
#54598 BIENOR 2000 QC243 20.7
#65489 CETO 2003 FX128 22.3
#148209 2000 CR105 22.8
#118702 2000 OM67 23.3
#10199 CHARIKLO 1997 CU26 23.4
#229762 2007 UK126 23.4
#15874 1996 TL66 24
#5145 PHOLUS 1992 AD 24.7
#91554 1999 RZ215 25.5
#181902 1999 RD215 25.9
#145480 2005 TB190 26.4
#136108 HAUMEA 28.19
#145451 2005 RM43 28.8
#136472 MAKEMAKE 28.96
#225088 2007 OR10 30.7
#82158 2001 FP185 30.8
#187661 2007 JG43 33.1
#149560 2003 QZ91 34.8
#84522 2002 TC302 35
#12929 1999 TZ1 43.5
#12929 1999 TZ1 43.5
#136199 ERIS 2003 UB313 43.9
#5335 DAMOCLES 61.9
#127546 2002 XU93 78
HALLEY'S COMET 162.3


ECCENTRICITY: (e) is a number which measures how elliptical orbits are. If e=0, the orbit is a circle. Venus, the planet of peace and harmony, has the least eccentric, most circular orbit of any of these bodies. Pluto, ruling death and transformation, is the most eccentric of the planets, but there are many bodies with even greater eccentricity. Could eccentricity relate to change? To going outside of the familiar? If so, it would explain why Chiron's orbit is so eccentric. Imagine what this might mean for one of the most eccentric bodies discovered so far, Sedna!

NAME or NUMBER ECCENTRICITY
VENUS 0.007
NEPTUNE 0.01
EARTH 0.017
#88611 TEHARONHIAWAKO 0.027
#50000 QUAOAR 0.039
#12929 1999 TZ1 0.04
#160427 2005 RL43 0.046
URANUS 0.046
JUPITER 0.048
SATURN 0.056
#20000 VARUNA 0.056
#15760 1992 QB1 0.065
#1 CERES 0.08
#66652 BORASISI 0.093
MARS 0.093
#58534 LOGOS 0.12
#49036 PELION 1998 QM107 0.138
#38083 RHADAMANTHUS 0.152
#136472 MAKEMAKE 0.159
#10199 CHARIKLO 1997 CU26 0.171
#119315 2001 SQ73 0.177
#136108 HAUMEA 0.189
#32532 THEREUS 2001 PT13 0.198
#54598 BIENOR 2000 QC243 0.199
MERCURY 0.206
#95626 2002 GZ32 0.22
#90482 ORCUS 0.227
#182397 2001 QW297 0.236
#48639 1995 TL8 0.241
#88269 2001 KF77 0.241
#28978 IXION 0.242
#182933 2002 GZ31 0.243
#10370 HYLONOME 1995 DW2 0.246
PLUTO 0.248
#181874 1999 HW11 0.255
#136204 2003 WL7 0.259
#79978 1999 CC158 0.274
#38628 HUYA 0.277
#83982 CRANTOR 2002 GO9 0.277
#42301 2001 UR163 0.286
#181867 1999 CV118 0.287
#82075 2000 YW134 0.287
#84522 2002 TC302 0.293
#63252 2001 BL41 0.295
Pylenor 1994 TA 0.303
#52872 OKYRHOE 1998 SG35 0.306
#131696 2001 XT254 0.319
#119878 2002 CY224 0.343
#135571 2002 GG32 0.354
#119068 2001 KC77 0.36
#95625 2002 GX32 0.377
#183964 2004 DJ71 0.379
2060 CHIRON 1977 UB 0.379
#52975 CYLLARUS 1998 TF35 0.38
#31824 ELATUS 1999 UG5 0.384
#33128 1998 BU48 0.384
#119976 2002 VR130 0.386
#182223 2000 YC2 0.387
#55576 AMYCUS 2002 GB10 0.393
#145480 2005 TB190 0.397
#60621 2000 FE8 0.4
#134210 2005 PQ21 0.401
#60458 2000 CM114 0.401
#187661 2007 JG43 0.406
#26375 1999 DE9 0.415
#38084 1999 HB12 0.415
#143707 2003 UY117 0.42
#69988 1998 WA31 0.43
#136199 ERIS 2003 UB313 0.434
#44594 1999 OX3 0.457
#60558 ECHECLUS 2000 EC98 0.458
#126619 2002 CX154 0.464
#121725 1999 XX143 0.465
#120061 2003 CO1 0.474
#136120 2003 LG7 0.48
#149560 2003 QZ91 0.48
#229762 2007 UK126 0.488
#225088 2007 OR10 0.5
#160148 2001 KV76 0.509
#7066 NESSUS 1993 HA2 0.518
#145486 2005 UJ438 0.53
#42355 TYPHON 2002 CR46 0.534
#60608 2000 EE173 0.539
#87555 2000 QB243 0.565
#5145 PHOLUS 1992 AD 0.572
#73480 2002 PN34 0.573
#15874 1996 TL66 0.583
#26181 1996 GQ21 0.588
#118702 2000 OM67 0.608
#145451 2005 RM43 0.616
#82155 2001 FZ173 0.618
#8405 ASBOLUS 1995 GO 0.621
#53311 DEUCALION 0.63
#145474 2005 SA278 0.643
#184212 2004 PB112 0.679
#148975 2001 XA255 0.68
#127546 2002 XU93 0.684
#181902 1999 RD215 0.699
#91554 1999 RZ215 0.702
#54520 2000 PJ30 0.77
#148209 2000 CR105 0.799
#65489 CETO 2003 FX128 0.822
#82158 2001 FP185 0.84
#90377 SEDNA 2003 VB12 0.853
#5335 DAMOCLES 0.87
#29981 1999 TD10 0.875
HALLEY'S COMET 0.967
#87269 2000 OO67 0.968


ORBITAL PERIOD: As astrologers, we are used to discovering meanings in recurring cycles. Saturn returns, for example, are a staple in the astrologer's toolbox. Do Centaurs with orbits of similar length have similar properties? Do Aphidas (121725), Asbolus (8405) and Halley's Comet have a connection, since the length of one orbit is approximately the same?
BODY ORBIT
(in Years)
MARS (P) 1.88
JUPITER (P) 11.86
2000 GM137 21.9
Okyrhoe (52872) 24.3
SATURN (P) 29.46
#63252 (2001 BL41) 30.5
2003 KQ20 34.3
Thereus (32532) 34.6
Echeclus (60558) 35.3
Elatus (31824) 40.4
DAMOCLES (M) 40.71
2003 UA118* 41
#250112 (2002 KY14) 45.4
2004 CJ39 46.7
Chiron (2060) 50.5
1996 AR20 59.2
Chariklo (10199) 63.2
2001 XZ255 63.8
2002 TK301 64.6
Bienor (54598) 66.8
1994 TA (Pylenor) 68.4
1999 JV127 68.4
2003 LH7 69.90
#119315 (2001 SQ73) 72.7
2002 VG131 73.1
Halley's Comet (T) 76
Aphidas (121725) 76.1
Asbolus (8405) 76.2
2003 UW292 77.1
2002 QX47 82.3
2003 QD112 82.4
URANUS (P) 84.01
Crantor (83982) 86.3
2000 SN331 87.09
Pelion (49036) 89.2
Pholus (5145) 92.3
2002 CA249 94.3
2003 CO1 95.9
2003 QP112 97.1
1999 HD12 98.5
2003 UY292 102
2003 QC112 104
2002 DH5 104
2000 CO104 110
2002 VR130 111
#95626 (2002 GZ32) 112
1995 SN55 114
2000 FZ53 117
1996 RX33 117
Nessus (7066) 121
2003 QN112 126
Hylonome (10370) 127
Amycus (55576) 127
2002 PQ152 130
2003 WL7 133
Cyllarus (52975) 133
#88269 (2001 KF77) 134
2002 CB249 152
2002 FY36 156
NEPTUNE (P) 164.8
2001 XA255 166
#73480 (2002 PN34) 171
#44594 (1999 OX3) 182
#33128 (1998 BU48) 193
#87555 (2000 QB243) 207
1996 AS20 214
#42355 (2002 CR46) 237
Ixion (28978) (T) 240
Rhadamanthus (38083)(T) 246
Orcus (90482) (T) 247
PLUTO (P) 247.7
Huya (38628) (T) 251
Varuna (20000) (T) 282
19308 (1996 TO66) (T) 284
Quaoar (5000) (T) 285.68
15760 (1992 QB1) (T) 289
Deucalion (53311) (T) 296
Chaos (19521) (T) 308
2003 UB313 (T) 560
15874 (1996 TL66) (T) 753
#29981 (1999 TD10) (T) 927
Sedna (90377) (T) 10,822


ABSOLUTE MAGNITUDES:It is very difficult to verify the actual size of the Centaurs, and other bodies far from us. One method to get a very rough estimate utilizes something called Absolute Magnitude. This is the amount of visual magnitude an observer would record if the body were placed 1 Astronomical Unit (AU) away, and 1 AU from the Sun and at a zero phase angle. (In other words, just how bright would the body be to you if it were 1 AU from the Sun AND so was that body.) (The absolute magnitude, combined with something called Albedo (The ratio of the light reflected by a body to the light received by it) can be used to give a quite accurate estimate of a body's diameter. However, albedo's for Centaurs are very difficult to arrive at.)
In any event, this is one measure of a Centaur's brightness. Do Asbolus, Thereus and Crantor have anything in common because their Absolute Magnitudes are almost identical?
BODY ABSOLUTE
MAGNITUDE
2003 UB313 -1.1
Pluto -1.0
Sedna 1.7
Orcus 2.3
Quaoar 2.6
Ixion 3.2
Varuna 3.7
#19308 (1996 TO66) 4.5
Huya 4.7
Chaos 4.9
#15874 (1996 TL66) 5.4
1995 SN55 6.0
Chariklo (10199) 6.4
Chiron (2060) 6.5
Deucalion 6.6
Rhad 6.7
#44594 (1999 OX3) 6.8
#95626 (2002 GZ32) 6.8
Pholus (5145) 7.0
#33128 (1998 BU48) 7.2
#42355 (2002 CR46) 7.2
QB1 7.2
Bienor (54598) 7.6
Amycus (55576) 7.8
Hylonome (10370) 8.0
#73480 (2002 PN34) 8.2
#87555 (2000 QB243) 8.2
2002 FY36 8.4
2003 UW292 8.4
Aphidas (121725) 8.5
2002 PQ152 8.6
2002 QX47 8.6
2003 QC112 8.7
2003 CO1 9.0
2003 WL7 9.0
Asbolus (8405) 9.0
Thereus (32532) 9.0
Crantor (83982) 9.1
1996 AS20 9.3
1996 RX33 9.3
Cyllarus (52975) 9.3
Echeclus (60558) 9.5
#88269 (2001 KF77) 9.5
Nessus (7066) 9.6
#119315 (2001 SQ73) 9.7
2002 CB249 9.8
#250112 (2002 KY14) 9.9
2000 CO104 10.1
Elatus (31824) 10.1
2002 DH5 10.2
2003 UY292 10.2
1999 JV127 10.4
Pelion (49036) 10.4
2003 QD112 10.7
2003 UA118 10.8
2000 SN331 10.9
2002 VR130 10.9
2001 XZ255 11.1
2001 XA255 11.2
2002 VG131 11.2
Okyrhoe (52872) 11.3
2000 FZ53 11.4
1994 TA (Pylenor) 11.5
#63252 (2001 BL41) 11.7
2002 CA249 12.0
2003 LH7 12.5
2003 QP112 12.7
1999 HD12 12.8
2003 QN112* 12.9
2003 KQ20 13.1
2002 TK301 13.4
1996 AR20 14.0
2004 CJ39 14.0
2000 GM137 14.3


SUN SIGN AT DISCOVERY: The charts for the discovery of a planet have proven quite revealing. The Sun, being the most important part of any chart, tells us a lot about the focus of the newly found body. What does it tell us that 9 Centaurs were discovered with the Sun in Aquarius, the sign Pluto was in when discovered? And is #44594 (1999 OX3) unique in some way because it was the only one discovered when the Sun was in Cancer?

BODY SUN SIGN at
Discovery
2000 GM137 Aries
#95626 (2002 GZ32) Aries
2000 FZ53 Aries
Amycus (55576) Aries
Asbolus (8405) Aries
1999 HD12 Aries
Crantor (83982) Aries
Rhadamanthus (38083)(T) Aries
Deucalion (53311) (T) Aries
DAMOCLES (M) Taurus
Nessus (7066) Taurus
1999 JV127 Taurus
2003 KQ20 Gemini
#88269 (2001 KF77) Gemini
#250112 (2002 KY14) Gemini
2003 LH7 Gemini
Quaoar (5000) (T) Gemini
Ixion (28978) (T) Gemini
#44594 (1999 OX3) Cancer
Pelion (49036) Leo
#73480 (2002 PN34) Leo
2002 PQ152 Leo
Thereus (32532) Leo
2002 QX47 Virgo
2003 QD112 Virgo
1996 RX33 Virgo
Bienor (54598) Virgo
2003 QN112 Virgo
2003 QC112 Virgo
2003 QP112 Virgo
1995 SN55 Virgo
#87555 (2000 QB243) Virgo
Okyrhoe (52872) Virgo
#119315 (2001 SQ73) Virgo
15760 (1992 QB1) (T) Virgo
2002 TK301 Libra
Cyllarus (52975) Libra
1994 TA (Pylenor) Libra
2000 SN331 Libra
19308 (1996 TO66) (T) Libra
15874 (1996 TL66) (T) Libra
NEPTUNE (P) Libra
2003 WL7 Scorpio
2003 UW292 Scorpio
Chiron (2060) Scorpio
Elatus (31824) Scorpio
2003 UA118* Scorpio
2003 UY292 Scorpio
2002 VR130 Scorpio
2002 VG131 Scorpio
Sedna (90377) (T) Scorpio
Chaos (19521) (T) Scorpio
Aphidas (121725) Sagittarius
2001 XA255 Sagittarius
2001 XZ255 Sagittarius
Varuna (20000) (T) Sagittarius
1996 AS20 Capricorn
1996 AR20 Capricorn
Pholus (5145) Capricorn
2003 UB313 (T) Capricorn
2000 CO104 Aquarius
#42355 (2002 CR46) Aquarius
2002 CB249 Aquarius
#33128 (1998 BU48) Aquarius
2003 CO1 Aquarius
#63252 (2001 BL41) Aquarius
2002 CA249 Aquarius
2004 CJ39 Aquarius
Chariklo (10199) Aquarius
Orcus (90482) (T) Aquarius
PLUTO (P) Aquarius
Hylonome (10370) Pisces
2002 FY36 Pisces
Echeclus (60558) Pisces
#29981 (1999 TD10) (T) Pisces
Huya (38628) (T) Pisces
2002 DH5 Pisces
URANUS (P) Pisces


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