Flagsymphony


Asteroid 6582, Flagsymphony, was discovered on November 5, 1981 by Edward Bowell at the Anderson Mesa unit of Lowell Observatory near Flagstaff, Arizona. It has a period of 4 years, 233 days.

It was named for the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, reportedly one of the best symphony orchestras to be found in a community Flagstaff's size in the US. (Flagstaff, in the mid-2000s, had a population of about 55,000)

Astrologically, asteroid Flagsymphony seems to indicate displays of patriotism, attitude towards country or towards patriotism.



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