(1027) Aesculapia

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( 1027) Aesculapia is an asteroid of the main belt, which was discovered on November 11, 1923 by the Belgian astronomer George Van Biesbroeck at the Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin.

The name is derived from the Greek deity Asclepius (also known as Aesculapius ). The orbit has a semi-major axis of 3.1499 astronomical units and an orbital eccentricity of 0.1327. He moves at a distance of 2.7321 ( perihelion ) to 3.5678 ( aphelion ) astronomical units in 5,591 years of the sun. The orbit is inclined 1.256 ° to the ecliptic.

The asteroid has a diameter of 32.20 km and an albedo of 0.098 kilometers. In about 14 hours, it rotates around its own axis.