Incl: 14.19177 Eccent: 0.0880881 Period: 4.08016338103 years AU 2.5533184 Type: 0000Discovery Chart 9.1.1937 02:24 Nice 7e18 43n43 observations 1
The name acknowledges the fact that the number of this planet is the approximate circumference of a circle of diameter 1,000 units. (M 9771) Following a suggestion by J. G. Williams, this planet was named by B. G. Marsden, who made the identifications involving it. Digits from the number of this asteroid make ten. 3+1+2+4=10. Ten is "Kilo". Pi is 3.142, so kilo pi is 3142. ;)
