19521 Chaos facts for kids
|Discovered by||Deep Ecliptic
|Discovery date||November 19, 1998|
|MPC designation||19521 Chaos|
|Epoch January 30, 2005 (JD 2453400.5)|
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19521 Chaos is a Kuiper belt object. Chaos was found in 1998 by the Deep Ecliptic Survey, with Kitt Peak's 4 m telescope. It is big at about 560 km, and bright at H=4.755. It is named after the primeval state of existence in Greek mythology, from which the first gods appeared.
A jazz-fusion/progressive-rock band from Connecticut got their name from this minor planet.
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Size comparison between Pluto and Chaos
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