Interamnia


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Interamnia

[‚in·tər′am·nē·ə]
(astronomy)
An asteroid with a diameter of about 203 miles (327 kilometers), mean distance from the sun of 3.96 astronomical units, and F-type (c-like) surface composition.
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Segmenting youth participants at the Interamnia World Cup 2012, Marketing Sport Event Tourism 23(3), 148-160.
In the third paper, "Motivation, Satisfaction, and Behavioral Intentions: Segmenting Youth Participants at the Interamnia World Cup 2012," Prayag and Grivel aim to segment participants of a youth world handball tournament (Interamnia World Cup, Italy), according to their motivations, and further profile them by using demographics and post-consumption behaviors.
The target population for the study was all international registered participants of the 2012 Interamnia World Cup.
have a chance to see a 9.7-magnitude star abruptly vanish behind a much fainter asteroid, 704 Interamnia. Although the star will be fairly low in the southwestern sky, it should be easy to find with a telescope about 1.2[degrees] north-northeast of Mu ([mu]) Sagittarii.
The best-observed recent occultation was the one by 704 Interamnia on December 17, 1996.
Motivation, satisfaction, and behavioral intentions: Segmenting youth participants at the Interamnia World Cup 2012.
0 denotes no asteroids, 4 as perturbers are asteroids: (1) Ceres, (2) Pallas, (4) Vesta, and (10) Hygiea, additions for 16 asteroids: (3) Juno, (6) Hebe, (7) Iris, (15) Eunomia, (16) Psyche, (29) Amphitrite, (52) Europa, (65) Cybele, (88) Thisbe, (511) Davida, and (704) Interamnia, and additions for 25 asteroids: (11) Parthenope, (14) Irene, (56) Melete, (63) Ausonia, (135) Hertha, (259) Aletheia, (324) Bamberga, (419) Aurelia, and (532) Herculina (see Table 6 in Chesley et al.
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