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 Interamnia World Cup (IWC) is an international event described as the "world's largest junior handball tournament" (IWC Organizing Committee, 2011), held in the same location (Teramo, Italy), on the same date (July 4-10) every year since 1973.
7-magnitude star abruptly vanish behind a much fainter asteroid, 704 Interamnia.
The best-observed recent occultation was the one by 704 Interamnia on December 17, 1996.
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