Deiphobus


Asteroid 1867 Deiphobus, a Jupiter Trojan, was discovered on March 3, 1971 by Carlos U. Cesco and A.G. Samuel at El Leoncito Observatory (now Felix Aguilar Observatory) at El Leoncito, San Juan, Argentina. It has a period of 11 years, 230 days and is about 91 1/2 miles in diameter.

It was named for the Trojan warrior Deiphobus, a son of Priam and Hecuba.

Astrologically, Deiphobus seems to indicate having what isn't yours or yours to have, understanding that people will do or think what they want .

The glyph for Deiphobus is mine.



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