Chiron

Chiron was one of the centaurs
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Chiron

In Greek mythology, Chiron (n; also Cheiron or Kheiron; Χείρων `hand`) was held to be the superlative centaur amongst his brethren. Chiron was notable throughout Greek mythology for his youth-nurturing nature. His personal skills tend to match those of Apollo, his foster father (sometimes along with Artemis); medicine, music, archery, hunt.....
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Chiron

(from the article `Titus Andronicus`) ...brother Bassianus runs away with her instead, Saturninus marries Tamora. Saturninus and Tamora then plot revenge against Titus. Lavinia is raped ...
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Chiron

noun an asteroid discovered in 1977; it is unique in having an orbit lying mainly between the orbits of Saturn and Uranus
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Chiron

(astronomy) Unusual object orbiting between Saturn and Uranus, discovered in 1977 by US astronomer Charles Kowal. Initially classified as an asteroid, it has now been given both an asteroid designation (2060 Chiron) and a comet designation (95P/Chiron). It is 130,140 km/8,087 mi across...
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Chiron

[hypothetical moon] Chiron (Greek: Χείρων) is the name given to a supposed moon of Saturn sighted by Hermann Goldschmidt in 1861. It has since been determined that no such moon exists. Hermann Goldschmidt announced the discovery of the ninth moon of Saturn in April 1861, which, he said, orbited between Titan and Hyperion. Goldschmidt`...
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Chiron

[missile] The KP-SAM Shin-Gung or Shin-Kung (Korean: hangul: 신궁, hanja: 新弓) is a South Korean shoulder launched surface-to-air missile manufactured by LIG Nex1. It is marketed internationally as the Chiron. ==Overview== The Shin-Gung was created to protect ROK troops in the forward area, which started in 1995 under the direction of ...
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Chiron

a small planetoid (not an asteroid) which orbits eccentrically between the orbits of Saturn and Uranus, on a cycle of 51 years, discovered in 1977; it works through the knower within us, through lessons learned, and with a miraculous touch, if we are open to it.
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Chiron

An object, discovered by the American astronomer Charles Thomas Kowal (1940-) in 1977, that was originally classified as an asteroid but is now considered to be a Centaur or a weakly active comet (95P/Chiron); its eccentric orbit brings it within the orbit of Saturn at perihelion and almost as far a...
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Chiron

Chiron (kī'ron) , in Greek mythology, centaur, son of Kronos. He was a renowned sage, physician, and prophet. Among his pupils were Hercules, Achilles, Jason, and Asclepius. When Hercules accidentally wounded Chiron, the pain was so great that Chiron surrendered his immortality to Promethe...
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Chiron

Chiron is a son to Tamora in Titus Andronicus.
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Chiron

Chiron, Cheiron 1. In classical Mythology, a wise and beneficent centaur, teacher of Achilles, Asclepius, and others. 2. In astronomy, an asteroid located between Saturn and Uranus, about 100 miles (160 km) in diameter: discovered in 1977.
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Chiron

Chiron: In Greek mythology, the centaur who, wounded by Hercules, invented medicine in order to heal himself. Chiron taught Asclepius the art of healing, which became the source of all divine medical knowledge among the Greeks. Chiron was also the teacher of the hero, Achilles, who was thought to have had some special medical knowledge. '...But sav...
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Chiron

icy small body orbiting the Sun in the outer solar system. Once thought to be the most distant known asteroid, it is now believed to have the ... [5 related articles]
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Chiron

In Greek mythology, a wise centaur (half man, half horse), son of the Titan Kronos by the sea nymph Philyra. He was the tutor of the heroes
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Chiron

in Greek mythology, one of the Centaurs, the son of the Titan Cronus and Philyra, an Oceanid or sea nymph. Chiron lived at the foot of Mount Pelion ...
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Chiron

Most famous of centaurs.
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Chiron

the centaur wounded by accident when an arrow tipped by Hydra venom entered his leg, shot by Herakles to defend himself against other centaurs. He was a master healer who tutored many great heroes.
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Chiron

The most recently discovered asteroid of astrological interest, discovered by astronomer Charles Kow
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