Monday, 30 May 2005

(10370) Hylonome, reaffirmation of change over a full empathic responsiveness

(10370) Hylonome is a centaur discovered in February of 1995 and named in July of 2000. The orbit is between Uranus and Neptune, with an orbital piercing toward the Kuiper belt. It has a perihelion of 18.8 AU and an aphelion of 31.1 AU. It has an inclination of 4.1º. It has a diameter of about 70 km.

Greek mythology

(10370) Hylonome combines the empathy of Neptune with the suddenness of Uranus in events that include some causal connection of the universe (orbital piercing towar the Kuiper Belt):

Fairest of all the female centaurs in Greek mythology, the beautiful and civilized Hylonome was in love with the handsome Cyllarus, who was accidentally killed by a javelin, thrown at a wedding. On witnessing this, Hylonome threw herself on the javelin and died. 

Uranus-Neptune combination

(10370) Hylonome feels the causal connections of cycles and laws of the universe or the processes of computer and telematics systems (orbital piercing from Neptune toward the Kuiper belt), like in the movies "Crimson Tide" (1995) and "Apollo 13 "; and It is very aware of the effect that sudden events can have in others (Uranus-Neptune combination), like in the movie "While You Were Sleeping" (1995).

(10370) Hylonome is related wih the induction of changes or revolutions, which are the long-term outcome of a process in which the chaos and instability are increased progressively until a discontinuous change is produced through an opposition or a confrontation in which the change or revolution is reaffirmed over a full empathic responsiveness (resonance 2:3 with Uranus; 4:3 with Neptune), like the shout of freedom at the end of the movie "Braveheart" (1995).

"Braveheart" (1995)