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(27 ) Euterpe is an asteroid of the main belt, which was discovered on November 8, 1853 by John Russell Hind.
It was named after celestial bodies Euterpe, the Muse of lyric poetry and flute playing.
Euterpe moves at a distance of 1.9 ( perihelion ) to 2.8 ( aphelion ) astronomical units in 3.6 years of the sun. The orbit is inclined 1.6 ° to the ecliptic, the orbital eccentricity is 0.17.
Euterpe is very irregular in shape and has an approximate diameter of 124 × 75 km. It has a relatively bright silicate surface with an albedo of 0.16.