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(73) Klytia

Reference work entry

Discovered 1862 Apr. 7 by H. P. Tuttle at Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Named for the nymph loved by and later despised by Apollo {see planet  (1862)}. She was changed into a sunflower. (H 11)

Named by J. I. Bowditch of Boston, member of the Harvard Observatory Visiting Committee.

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