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File:11 Parthenope symbol.svg


Description Symbol for the asteroid 11 Parthenope
Date Original version 1852, svg version drawn Feb. 21 2007
Source Gould, B.A. 1852, On the Symbolic Notation of the Asteroids, Astron. J., 2, 80. via
Author Original png by Benjamin Apthorp Gould, drawn as an SVG by Editor at Large
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This work is based on James Hilton's scans of B.A. Gould's sketches. B.A. Gould died in 1896, and the original work exists under the {{ PD-art}} license.

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