|Temporary mark, another name||1971 UC1|
|Orbital kind||Asteroid belt |
|Discovery day||1971October 26|
|An orbital element and property |
Epoch: May 14, 2008 (JD 2,454,600.5)
|Orbit semimajor axis (a)||2.368 AU|
|Perihelion distance (q)||1.844 AU|
|Aphelion distance (Q)||2.892 AU|
|Revolution period (P)||3.64 Year|
|Orbit angle of inclination (i)||2.22 Degree|
|Perihelion argument (ω)||179.96 Degree|
|Ascending node celestial longitude (Ω)||182.19 Degree|
|Mean anomaly (M)||31.47 Degree|
|Absolute magnitude (H)||14.0|
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Behr (1896 Beer) is an asteroid of the asteroid belts.
I was named for Wilhelm Behr (Wilhelm Wolff Beer, from 1797 to 1850) of the German amateur astronomer who made an exact lunar map.
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