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  1. (hek'-ə-tee, ) is a large Main belt asteroid

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 15, 2008
  2. orbits in the same region of space as the Hygiea asteroid family, however it is actually an unrelated interloper

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  3. an asteroid

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  4. Its albedo of 0.19 is too high, and it is of the wrong spectral class to be part of the dark carbonaceous Hygiea family

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  5. Hekate was the 100th asteroid to be discovered, by J. C. Watson on July 11, 1868

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  6. named after Hecate, the goddess of witchcraft in Greek mythology, but its name also commemorates it as the hundredth asteroid, as hekaton is Greek for 'hundred'

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