Ixion

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin Ixīōn, from Ancient Greek Ἰξίων (Ixíōn).

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Ixion

  1. (Greek mythology) King of Lapiths, who was punished by Zeus for trying to seduce Hera by being bound to a winged fiery wheel that was always spinning.
  2. A Kuiper belt object (KBO), 28978 Ixion (provisional designation 2001 KX76)

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