Asteroid 88611, Teharonhiawako, was discovered on August 20, 2001 by the Deep Ecliptic Survey. It has a period of 293 years, 343 days and is about 131 miles in diameter.
In the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) creation myth Teharonhiawako was a son of the granddaughter of the Great Spirit creation god. He became a farmer and was loved by the people. He had a twin brother named Sawiskera who was a skilled hunter but was jealous, cruel and destructive and was eventually conquered by Teharonhiawako.
Asteroid Teharonhiawako has a moon, which is called Sawiskera and is almost as big as its parent body (about 91 miles in diameter).
Astrologically, Teharonhiawako seems to be about light-dark dichotomies, adventurousness, taming one's environment or cultivation of one's environment, a bridge, a link, ambivalence, reconciling opposites, facing the negative or "shadow" within, turning good to bad or bad to good. Linda Berry also says transcending duality..
The glyph for Teharonhiawako is mine.