(47) Aglaja

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(47 ) Aglaia is an asteroid of the main asteroid belt, which was discovered on September 15, 1857 by Karl Theodor Robert Luther.

It was named after celestial bodies Aglaia, a daughter of Zeus and companion of Aphrodite.

Aglaya is between 2.4906 ( perihelion ) to 3.2651 ( aphelion ) astronomical units in 4.88 years of the sun. The orbit is inclined 4.9845 ° to the ecliptic, the orbital eccentricity is 0.1346.

Aglaia has a diameter of 127 km. It has a dark, carbonaceous surface with an albedo of 0.08.

In 13 hours and 12 minutes to rotate about its own axis.