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1
number one
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10
number ten
10 Hygiea
10 Hygiea is the fourth largest asteroid in the Solar System by volume and mass and is located in the asteroid belt.
10 Hygiea
10 Hygiea is the fourth largest asteroid in the Solar System by volume and mass and is located in the asteroid belt.
11 Parthenope
11 Parthenope is a large, bright main-belt asteroid.
11 Parthenope
11 Parthenope is a large, bright main-belt asteroid.
12 Victoria
12 Victoria is a large main-belt asteroid.
13 Egeria
13 Egeria is a large main-belt G-type asteroid
14 Irene
14 Irene is a large main-belt asteroid, discovered by John Russell Hind on May 19, 1851.
15 Eunomia
15 Eunomia is a very large asteroid in the inner asteroid belt
16 Psyche
16 Psyche is one of the ten most massive main-belt asteroids. It is over 200 kilometers in diameter and contains a little less than 1% of the mass of the entire asteroid belt. It is the most massive …
18 Melpomene
18 Melpomene is a large, bright main-belt asteroid that was discovered by J. R. Hind on June 24, 1852, and named after Melpomenē, the Muse of tragedy in Greek mythology. It is classified as an S-typ…
19 Fortuna
19 Fortuna is one of the largest main-belt asteroids. It has a composition similar to 1 Ceres: a darkly colored surface that is heavily space-weathered with the composition of primitive organic compo…
2
number two
2 Pallas
Pallas, minor-planet designation 2 Pallas, is the second asteroid to have been discovered (after Ceres), and one of the largest in the Solar System
2/8ths skycover
2/8ths skycover
24 hours (alchemy)
Combining the discipline's own symbols for day and night, this alchemical time sign represents a period of 24 hours.
26 Proserpina
26 Proserpina is a main-belt asteroid discovered by R. Luther on May 5, 1853. It is named after the Roman goddess Proserpina, the daughter of Ceres and the Queen of the Underworld.
28 Bellona
28 Bellona is a large main-belt asteroid. It was discovered by R. Luther on March 1, 1854, and named after Bellōna, the Roman goddess of war; the name was chosen to mark the beginning of the Crimean…
29 Amphitrite
29 Amphitrite is one of the largest S-type asteroids, probably third in diameter after Eunomia and Juno, although Iris and Herculina are similar in size.
3
number three
3 Juno
Juno, minor-planet designation 3 Juno in the Minor Planet Center catalogue system, was the third asteroid to be discovered and is one of the larger main-belt asteroids, being one of the two largest s…
3 Juno
Juno, minor-planet designation 3 Juno in the Minor Planet Center catalogue system, was the third asteroid to be discovered and is one of the larger main-belt asteroids, being one of the two largest s…
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3/8ths skycover

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