64 Angeline ia the second largest known E-type asteroid, after Nysa (see Nysa-Polana family), and one with an unusually high albedo. Angelina was discovered by E. Wilhelm Tempel in 1861. Whereas most E-class asteroids dominate the Hungaria group region of the main asteroid belt, Angelina is one of the few that orbit much further out.
Related category• NOTABLE ASTEROIDS, CENTAURS, AND KUIPER BELT OBJECTS
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