245 Vera
Orbital characteristics

<tr> <td align="center" colspan="2"> Epoch 30 January, 2005 (JD 2453400.5)</td></tr><tr><th>Aphelion distance:</th> <td>555.534 Gm (3.714 AU)</td></tr><tr><th>Perihelion distance:</th> <td>370.127 Gm (2.474 AU)</td></tr><tr><th>Semi-major axis:</th> <td>462.83 Gm (3.094 AU)</td></tr><tr><th>Eccentricity:</th> <td>0.2</td></tr><tr><th>Orbital period:</th> <td>1987.628 d (5.44 a)</td></tr><tr><th>Mean anomaly:</th> <td>85.445°</td></tr><tr><th>Inclination:</th> <td>5.176°</td></tr><tr><th>Longitude of ascending node:</th> <td>61.557°</td></tr><tr><th>Argument of perihelion:</th> <td>327.096°</td></tr>

245 Vera is a large Main belt asteroid. It is classified as an S-type asteroid.

It was discovered by N. R. Pogson on February 6, 1885 in Madras.

Origin of the name is not known.


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