Someone was asking in a recent thread how to determine the speed of lesser known bodies, such as asteroids. You can get that information at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory website: https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/tools/sbdb_lookup.html#/ When you input the name of an asteroid or other small body in the solar system the site pulls a variety of useful information, including the orbital speed by days (highlighted in yellow) and years (highlighted in orange). Below is the information for asteroid #249521, aka Truth. This is to illustrate how the search engine works in order to determine orbital speed, (as well as many other useful parameters):
This information is indispensable for those who utilize phasal relationship AND small bodies in their astrological synthesis work.
Enjoy. Happy studying!
Cheers! Thanks for that. :-)
Thank you Sarah. I was the person in question. Much appreciated! :)