Logos
Number
58534
Provisional name
1997 CQ29
Class
Cubewano
Discovery
04.02.1997, 13:08:16 UT, Mauna Kea, Hawaii, USA
Discovery chart
Discovery position
5 Virgo 33' Rx
Time of announcement
01.05.1997 - 21:39 UT
Naming
June 2006
Orbital period
304.8 years
Orbit
  • crosses the orbit of Pluto
Aphelion
50.321 AU
Perihelion
39.833 AU
Semimajor axis
45.077 AU
Magnitude
6.6
Diameter
91 - 288 km
Inclination
2.9
 
Logos has a binary companion. This is a system of nearly equal-sized bodies in a moderately eccentric orbit.
The Orbit and Albedo of Trans-Neptunian Binary 1997 CQ29

Satellite
Zoe
S/2001 (1997 CQ29) 1
Discovery
17.11.2001, 06:45 - 07:22 UT, Hubble Space Telescope (HST)
Time of announcement
11.02.2002
Distance between pair
8 010 km +/- 80 km
Orbital period
312 +/- 3 d

Replica of "the Manchester Baby" on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.
Photo: Replica of "the Manchester Baby" on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.

 
"Logos" is the Greek word for "word" or "reason" and "zoe" is the Greek word for "life".

The idea of the logos is credited to Heraclitus, as he proclaims that everything originates out of the logos.

Logos
Heraclitus
Astrology
Keyword: logic
Partial Solar Eclipse of September 2007 conjunct Logos