210 Isabella
Orbital characteristics

<tr> <td align="center" colspan="2"> Epoch 30 January, 2005 (JD 2453400.5)</td></tr><tr><th>Aphelion distance:</th> <td>457.8 Gm (3.06 AU)</td></tr><tr><th>Perihelion distance:</th> <td>356.48 Gm (2.383 AU)</td></tr><tr><th>Semi-major axis:</th> <td>407.14 Gm (2.722 AU)</td></tr><tr><th>Eccentricity:</th> <td>0.124</td></tr><tr><th>Orbital period:</th> <td>1639.903 d (4.49 a)</td></tr><tr><th>Mean anomaly:</th> <td>312.938°</td></tr><tr><th>Inclination:</th> <td>5.261°</td></tr><tr><th>Longitude of ascending node:</th> <td>32.859°</td></tr><tr><th>Argument of perihelion:</th> <td>13.893°</td></tr>

210 Isabella is a large and dark asteroid. It is classified as a combination of C-type and F-type asteroids and is probably composed of primitive carbonaceous chondrites.

The asteroid is classified as a member of the Nemesis asteroid family, due to its dark features.

It was discovered by Johann Palisa on November 12, 1879 in Pola.

The origin of the name is unknown, although it comes from a female name.


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