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IXION

Zane Stein's Ixion symbol.
Sandy Turnbull's Ixion symbol
Other Ixion symbols .

On May 22, 2001, astronomers discovered a huge body out past Neptune. Initially designated 2001 KX76, it was recently given the minor planet number 28978, and named IXION

Ixion's major contribution to mythology was as the father of the whole Centaur tribe....except for Chiron. We'll continue with Ixion in a moment.

MYTH

Chiron's origin sets him apart from all the other Centaurs. His father was Saturn (Kronus). Saturn was lusting after a sea-nymph named Phylira. There are two versions: in one, the two changed themselves into horses so they could consumate there relationship without being found out by Rhea (Saturn's wife); in the other, she tried to escape her would-be lover by changing herself into a horse to gallup away, but he changed into one also, overtook and raped her. In any event, Chiron was the child of this union. When Chiron was born, his mother was so horrified to see this aberration...half man, half horse, that she totally rejected Chiron; his father, likewise, rejected him. Quite a difficult way to begin life!

But all the rest of the Centaurs trace their lineage back to Ixion, not Saturn. In Greek mythology he was a descendent of Ares (Mars, to the Romans) and was king of the Lapiths (a race) in Thessaly. But not a very honorable king. For example, he married a woman named Dia, daughter of Eioneus....but decided not to pay the previosly agreed upon price for his new bride. Eioneus held, for security on the debt, some horses that belonged to Ixion. Ixion told Eioneus that if he would bring the horses to Thessaly, Eioneus would be paid what he was due...but once there, Eioneus was murdered.

Like Cain in the Bible's Old Testament, Ixion has the distinction of being the first human to shed kindred blood (by killing his father-in-law to avoid making payment for his bride). To the Greeks, murder of a kinsman was a particularly horrible act....and for awhile, no human or god would purify him.

Finally, Zeus (Jupiter) decided to purify Ixion (some say, because Zeus had taken an interest in Dia!) Ixion went to Olympus for the ritual. But while there, Ixion committed an even worse sin...he tried to seduce Zeus' wife, Hera (Juno)! She told her husband, who then decided to verify Ixion's guilt with a test: he took a cloud, shaped it like Hera, and set it where Ixion would find it. Well, Ixion took the bait, and slept with the fake Hera.

When Ixion came down to earth, he bragged to other mortals about sleeping with the queen of the gods. As you can imagine, Zeus was not happy with Ixion, not only for having the audacity to sleep with Hera....but for boasting about it! In punishment, Zeus bound Ixion to a winged or flaming spinning wheel upon which Ixion was forced to continuously repent: "show gratitude to your benefactor." In some stories, the wheel was placed in the sky, but the more common version has this wheel forever turning in the Underworld. The theme here is of sinner on display, not only for guilt of spilling kindered blood, but for the disrespect and betrayal in the guest/host relationship.

From the cloud was born Centaurus, as a result of Ixion's sexual intercourse with the fake Hera. In some stories, Centaurus later descended upon a herd of horses owned by the Magnetes tribe of E. Thessaly, mated with the mares, and begat the Centaurs; in others, all the other Centaurs were also born from this same cloud along with Centaurus.

ASTRONOMY

Before this Trans Neptunian Object (TNO) was ever named, it stirred the imaginations of the astronomical community because was at that time the largest minor planet known....larger even than the previous record holder, Ceres! However, more recent estimates suggest that Ixion has a high albedo and is actually smaller than Ceres. It's definitely too big to be ignored, anyway.

Ixion is a Plutino, meaning it has a 3:2 orbital resonance with Neptune. (Other Plutinos, discussed elsewhere on this site, include Rhadamanthus and Huya.) The orbits of Ixion and Pluto have some interesting similarities, almost mirror images of each other. For example, Ixions perihelion is below the ecliptic whereas Pluto's is above it. Let's compare the two bodies:

Ixion Pluto
Orbit 249.5 years 247.8 years
Perihelion 29.9035 AU 29.7177 AU
Aphelion 49.3509 AU 49.5878 AU

With orbits so similar, they only very slowly change the zodiacal distance between them. More on this in a bit.

When it was discovered, it ws located at 5 Sagittarius 34.

ASTROLOGY

When Ixion was discovered, it was in close opposition to Saturn (around 4 degrees Gemini at that time), and also opposite the Sun (around 2 degrees Gemini.) It is too soon to even guess what Ixion means, but I'm sure these oppositions will show up as we begin to discover how to interpret his position in zodiac charts.

The Sabian Symbol for the discovery position is "A cricket game is being watched by a colorful crowd." Dane Rudhyar wrote, "Instinctive solidarity building race consciousness." Lynda and Richard Hill write of this degree, "Playing by the rules. Stiff upperlip responses. If negative, difficulty in showing one's true feelings and emotions."

Its interesting that, while none of the Centaurean bodies was discovered in Sagittarius, Ixion (father of Centaurus and the whole Centuar tribe) was found in that centaurean sign.

Look at the positions of Ixion and Pluto from 1900-2100 (January 1, 0 hr UT each year), and note how slowly the distance between them changes:

DATE PLUTO IXION . DATE PLUTO IXION
Jan 1, 1900 15Ge15'05'' R 24Le22'30'' R . Jan 1, 2001 13Sg46'05'' 05Sg46'39''
Jan 1, 1901 16Ge15'45'' 25Le33'06'' . Jan 1, 2002 16Sg02'13'' 06Sg52'07''
Jan 1, 1902 17Ge16'43'' 26Le43'07'' . Jan 1, 2003 18Sg16'46'' 07Sg58'14''
Jan 1, 1903 18Ge18'01'' 27Le52'32'' . Jan 1, 2004 20Sg29'47'' 09Sg05'04''
Jan 1, 1904 19Ge19'42'' 29Le01'25'' . Jan 1, 2005 22Sg43'26'' 10Sg14'01''
Jan 1, 1905 20Ge20'45'' 00Vi09'12'' . Jan 1, 2006 24Sg53'21'' 11Sg22'20''
Jan 1, 1906 21Ge23'19'' 01Vi17'22'' . Jan 1, 2007 27Sg01'38'' 12Sg31'22''
Jan 1, 1907 22Ge26'18'' 02Vi25'12'' . Jan 1, 2008 29Sg08'16'' 13Sg41'07''
Jan 1, 1908 23Ge29'40'' 03Vi32'41'' . Jan 1, 2009 01Cp15'23'' 14Sg53'01''
Jan 1, 1909 24Ge32'15'' 04Vi39'13'' . Jan 1, 2010 03Cp18'32'' 16Sg04'07''
Jan 1, 1910 25Ge36'21'' 05Vi46'00'' . Jan 1, 2011 05Cp19'52'' 17Sg15'52''
Jan 1, 1911 26Ge40'48'' 06Vi52'21'' . Jan 1, 2012 07Cp19'25'' 18Sg28'16''
Jan 1, 1912 27Ge45'37'' 07Vi58'13'' . Jan 1, 2013 09Cp19'20'' 19Sg42'58''
Jan 1, 1913 28Ge49'43'' 09Vi03'08'' . Jan 1, 2014 11Cp15'24'' 20Sg56'58''
Jan 1, 1914 29Ge55'27'' 10Vi08'07'' . Jan 1, 2015 13Cp09'54'' 22Sg11'52''
Jan 1, 1915 01Cn01'43'' 11Vi12'39'' . Jan 1, 2016 15Cp02'54'' 23Sg27'46''
Jan 1, 1916 02Cn08'34'' 12Vi16'46'' . Jan 1, 2017 16Cp56'33'' 24Sg46'22''
Jan 1, 1917 03Cn14'50'' 13Vi20'08'' . Jan 1, 2018 18Cp46'45'' 26Sg04'27''
Jan 1, 1918 04Cn22'54'' 14Vi23'40'' . Jan 1, 2019 20Cp35'36'' 27Sg23'39''
Jan 1, 1919 05Cn31'32'' 15Vi26'54'' . Jan 1, 2020 22Cp23'09'' 28Sg44'00''
Jan 1, 1920 06Cn40'43'' 16Vi29'52'' . Jan 1, 2021 24Cp11'17'' 00Cp07'11''
Jan 1, 1921 07Cn49'12'' 17Vi32'12'' . Jan 1, 2022 25Cp56'05'' 01Cp29'46''
Jan 1, 1922 08Cn59'25'' 18Vi34'34'' . Jan 1, 2023 27Cp39'29'' 02Cp53'27''
Jan 1, 1923 10Cn10'11'' 19Vi36'34'' . Jan 1, 2024 29Cp21'28'' 04Cp18'15''
Jan 1, 1924 11Cn21'33'' 20Vi38'12'' . Jan 1, 2025 01Aq03'54'' 05Cp46'02''
Jan 1, 1925 12Cn32'18'' 21Vi39'13'' . Jan 1, 2026 02Aq43'08'' 07Cp13'17''
Jan 1, 1926 13Cn45'02'' 22Vi40'08'' . Jan 1, 2027 04Aq21'06'' 08Cp41'54''
Jan 1, 1927 14Cn58'34'' 23Vi40'42'' . Jan 1, 2028 05Aq57'55'' 10Cp11'57''
Jan 1, 1928 16Cn12'59'' 24Vi41'00'' . Jan 1, 2029 07Aq35'19'' 11Cp45'21''
Jan 1, 1929 17Cn27'06'' 25Vi40'56'' . Jan 1, 2030 09Aq09'54'' 13Cp18'27''
Jan 1, 1930 18Cn43'26'' 26Vi40'52'' . Jan 1, 2031 10Aq43'28'' 14Cp53'08''
Jan 1, 1931 20Cn00'43'' 27Vi40'39'' . Jan 1, 2032 12Aq16'01'' 16Cp29'25''
Jan 1, 1932 21Cn18'56'' 28Vi40'18'' . Jan 1, 2033 13Aq49'08'' 18Cp09'13''
Jan 1, 1933 22Cn36'45'' 29Vi39'43'' . Jan 1, 2034 15Aq19'36'' 19Cp48'43''
Jan 1, 1934 23Cn56'43'' 00Li38'59'' . Jan 1, 2035 16Aq49'02'' 21Cp29'49''
Jan 1, 1935 25Cn17'33'' 01Li38'00'' . Jan 1, 2036 18Aq17'24'' 23Cp12'33''
Jan 1, 1936 26Cn39'18'' 02Li36'43'' . Jan 1, 2037 19Aq46'10'' 24Cp58'57''
Jan 1, 1937 28Cn00'45'' 03Li35'08'' . Jan 1, 2038 21Aq12'29'' 26Cp45'10''
Jan 1, 1938 29Cn24'28'' 04Li33'14'' . Jan 1, 2039 22Aq37'54'' 28Cp33'19''
Jan 1, 1939 00Le49'18'' 05Li31'01'' . Jan 1, 2040 24Aq02'31'' 00Aq23'27''
Jan 1, 1940 02Le15'22'' 06Li28'34'' . Jan 1, 2041 25Aq27'39'' 02Aq17'37''
Jan 1, 1941 03Le41'31'' 07Li26'04'' . Jan 1, 2042 26Aq50'46'' 04Aq11'56''
Jan 1, 1942 05Le10'15'' 08Li23'21'' . Jan 1, 2043 28Aq13'12'' 06Aq08'24''
Jan 1, 1943 06Le40'23'' 09Li20'36'' . Jan 1, 2044 29Aq34'57'' 08Aq07'00''
Jan 1, 1944 08Le11'53'' 10Li17'49'' . Jan 1, 2045 00Pi57'13'' 10Aq09'40''
Jan 1, 1945 09Le43'35'' 11Li15'11'' . Jan 1, 2046 02Pi17'33'' 12Aq12'24''
Jan 1, 1946 11Le17'51'' 12Li12'19'' . Jan 1, 2047 03Pi37'08'' 14Aq17'08''
Jan 1, 1947 12Le53'29'' 13Li09'22'' . Jan 1, 2048 04Pi55'54'' 16Aq23'47''
Jan 1, 1948 14Le30'32'' 14Li06'18'' . Jan 1, 2049 06Pi14'53'' 18Aq34'11''
Jan 1, 1949 16Le07'55'' 15Li03'21'' . Jan 1, 2050 07Pi32'00'' 20Aq44'37''
Jan 1, 1950 17Le47'55'' 15Li59'58'' . Jan 1, 2051 08Pi48'24'' 22Aq57'00''
Jan 1, 1951 19Le29'30'' 16Li56'25'' . Jan 1, 2052 10Pi04'06'' 25Aq11'21''
Jan 1, 1952 21Le12'46'' 17Li52'44'' . Jan 1, 2053 11Pi20'08'' 27Aq29'26''
Jan 1, 1953 22Le56'48'' 18Li49'18'' . Jan 1, 2054 12Pi34'41'' 29Aq47'44''
Jan 1, 1954 24Le43'40'' 19Li45'30'' . Jan 1, 2055 13Pi48'46'' 02Pi08'01''
Jan 1, 1955 26Le32'21'' 20Li41'42'' . Jan 1, 2056 15Pi02'23'' 04Pi30'11''
Jan 1, 1956 28Le22'52'' 21Li37'54'' . Jan 1, 2057 16Pi16'20'' 06Pi55'40''
Jan 1, 1957 00Vi14'18'' 22Li34'32'' . Jan 1, 2058 17Pi29'00'' 09Pi21'15''
Jan 1, 1958 02Vi08'24'' 23Li30'43'' . Jan 1, 2059 18Pi41'10'' 11Pi48'17''
Jan 1, 1959 04Vi04'16'' 24Li26'52'' . Jan 1, 2060 19Pi52'45'' 14Pi16'36''
Jan 1, 1960 06Vi01'53'' 25Li22'57'' . Jan 1, 2061 21Pi04'25'' 16Pi47'16''
Jan 1, 1961 08Vi00'37'' 26Li19'27'' . Jan 1, 2062 22Pi14'48'' 19Pi17'36''
Jan 1, 1962 10Vi01'55'' 27Li15'23'' . Jan 1, 2063 23Pi24'37'' 21Pi48'47''
Jan 1, 1963 12Vi05'05'' 28Li11'15'' . Jan 1, 2064 24Pi33'56'' 24Pi20'44''
Jan 1, 1964 14Vi10'14'' 29Li07'05'' . Jan 1, 2065 25Pi43'19'' 26Pi54'15''
Jan 1, 1965 16Vi17'00'' 00Sc03'33'' . Jan 1, 2066 26Pi51'42'' 29Pi27'19''
Jan 1, 1966 18Vi26'20'' 00Sc59'33'' . Jan 1, 2067 27Pi59'43'' 02Ar00'48''
Jan 1, 1967 20Vi37'44'' 01Sc55'42'' . Jan 1, 2068 29Pi07'21'' 04Ar34'35''
Jan 1, 1968 22Vi51'08'' 02Sc52'01'' . Jan 1, 2069 00Ar15'04'' 07Ar09'04''
Jan 1, 1969 25Vi06'19'' 03Sc49'09'' . Jan 1, 2070 01Ar21'58'' 09Ar42'53''
Jan 1, 1970 27Vi23'32'' 04Sc45'46'' . Jan 1, 2071 02Ar28'28'' 12Ar16'26''
Jan 1, 1971 29Vi42'27'' 05Sc42'29'' . Jan 1, 2072 03Ar34'32'' 14Ar49'32''
Jan 1, 1972 02Li02'57'' 06Sc39'15'' . Jan 1, 2073 04Ar40'28'' 17Ar22'09''
Jan 1, 1973 04Li25'08'' 07Sc36'48'' . Jan 1, 2074 05Ar45'37'' 19Ar53'42''
Jan 1, 1974 06Li48'35'' 08Sc33'37'' . Jan 1, 2075 06Ar50'22'' 22Ar24'21'' R
Jan 1, 1975 09Li13'22'' 09Sc30'27'' . Jan 1, 2076 07Ar54'46'' 24Ar54'01''
Jan 1, 1976 11Li39'26'' 10Sc27'19'' . Jan 1, 2077 08Ar59'05'' 27Ar22'27''
Jan 1, 1977 14Li07'18'' 11Sc25'07'' . Jan 1, 2078 10Ar02'55'' 29Ar49'55''
Jan 1, 1978 16Li35'56'' 12Sc22'17'' . Jan 1, 2079 11Ar06'31'' 02Ta16'15''
Jan 1, 1979 19Li05'42'' 13Sc19'43'' . Jan 1, 2080 12Ar09'57'' 04Ta41'25''
Jan 1, 1980 21Li36'27'' 14Sc17'26'' . Jan 1, 2081 13Ar13'19'' 07Ta04'52''
Jan 1, 1981 24Li08'59'' 15Sc16'21'' . Jan 1, 2082 14Ar16'19'' 09Ta27'26''
Jan 1, 1982 26Li41'21'' 16Sc14'42'' . Jan 1, 2083 15Ar19'04'' 11Ta48'38''
Jan 1, 1983 29Li14'10'' 17Sc13'19'' . Jan 1, 2084 16Ar21'29'' 14Ta08'17''
Jan 1, 1984 01Sc47'14'' 18Sc12'12'' . Jan 1, 2085 17Ar23'33'' 16Ta25'31''
Jan 1, 1985 04Sc21'39'' 19Sc12'18'' . Jan 1, 2086 18Ar25'12'' R 18Ta41'45''
Jan 1, 1986 06Sc54'45'' 20Sc11'39'' . Jan 1, 2087 19Ar26'29'' 20Ta56'13''
Jan 1, 1987 09Sc27'32'' 21Sc11'11'' . Jan 1, 2088 20Ar27'27'' 23Ta08'55''
Jan 1, 1988 11Sc59'54'' 22Sc10'55'' . Jan 1, 2089 21Ar28'04'' 25Ta18'53''
Jan 1, 1989 14Sc33'22'' 23Sc11'59'' . Jan 1, 2090 22Ar28'29'' 27Ta28'07''
Jan 1, 1990 17Sc04'46'' 24Sc12'21'' . Jan 1, 2091 23Ar28'46'' 29Ta35'45''
Jan 1, 1991 19Sc35'29'' 25Sc13'05'' . Jan 1, 2092 24Ar28'56'' 01Ge41'51''
Jan 1, 1992 22Sc05'27'' 26Sc14'13'' . Jan 1, 2093 25Ar28'50'' 03Ge45'16''
Jan 1, 1993 24Sc36'22'' 27Sc16'56'' . Jan 1, 2094 26Ar28'46'' 05Ge48'25''
Jan 1, 1994 27Sc04'27'' 28Sc18'56'' . Jan 1, 2095 27Ar28'35'' 07Ge50'08''
Jan 1, 1995 29Sc31'23'' 29Sc21'21'' . Jan 1, 2096 28Ar28'14'' 09Ge50'23''
Jan 1, 1996 01Sg56'59'' 00Sg24'09'' . Jan 1, 2097 29Ar27'25'' 11Ge47'48''
Jan 1, 1997 04Sg23'10'' 01Sg28'33'' . Jan 1, 2098 00Ta26'34'' 13Ge44'56''
Jan 1, 1998 06Sg45'51'' 02Sg32'08'' . Jan 1, 2099 01Ta25'30'' 15Ge40'28''
Jan 1, 1999 09Sg06'52'' 03Sg36'05'' . Jan 1, 2100 02Ta24'14'' 17Ge34'28''
Jan 1, 2000 11Sg26'14'' 04Sg40'28'' .

But what makes this even more intriguing is that it looks like the last time these two bodies were in hard aspect to each other was during the 15th Century, and since then, there have only been a handful of Ixion/Pluto conjunctions. Here are the dates of their exact conjunctions from 1568 through the 21st Century. Note that all the conjunctions are either in Scorpio or Pisces:

DATE CONJUNCTION
Feb 26, 1568 18 Pis 43 D
. .
Dec 26, 1746 25 Sco 42 D
Jun 2, 1747 25 Sco 00 R
Sep 15, 1746 24 Sco 31 D
. .
Jun 6, 1815 22 Pis 57 D
Aug 15, 1815 22 Pis 42 R
Feb 14, 1816 21 Pis 49 D
. .
Dec 19, 1994 29 Sco 05 D
Jun 29, 199528 Sco 14 R
Aug 29, 199527 Sco 56 D
. .
May 5, 206326 Pis 05 D
Sep 19, 206325 Pis 28 R
Jan 24, 206424 Pis 54 D

Events that occurred while Ixion and Pluto were close to each other include:

  • 1815-16:

    • Serbian Uprising against Ottoman rule leading to Serbia being acknowledged as a semi-independent state.
    • Napoleon defeated at Waterloo, ending the Napoleonic wars. Following this, at the Congress of Vienna, England, Spain, Portugal, France, and the Netherlands meet to discuss the world without Napoleon, and they agree to eventually abolish the slave trade.
    • Austria, Prussia and Russia create the "Holy Alliance" to uphold the European status quo, which is eventually signed by all European states except the United Kingdom, the Papal States, and the Ottoman Empire.
    • 1816 is known as the "Year Without a Summer" in the northern hemisphere due to global cooling caused by the Mount Tambora volcanic eruption that had occurred in 1815.
    • Ren Laennec invents the stethoscope.
    • Robert Stirling invented the Stirling Engine.
    • Humphry Davy patents the miner's safety lamp for use in coal mining.
    • Niepce brothers initiate experiments to create images using light-sensitive materials, which will eventually produce the world's first photograph

  • 1994-95:

    • Nelson Mandela was elected the first black leader of South Africa, after the country had its first free multiracial election.
    • The Australian government agrees to pay reparations to indigenous Australians who were displaced during the nuclear tests at Maralinga in the 1950s and 1960s.
    • Russian president Boris Yeltsin orders troops into Chechnya.
    • Bosnian Serbs march into Srebrenica; large numbers of Bosniak men and boys are killed in ensuing massacre; NATO bombing campaign against Serb artillary.
    • Iraq disarmament crisis
    • Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin Assasinated
    • A planned exchange rate correction of the Mexican Peso to the US Dollar, becomes a massive financial meltdown in Mexico, unleashing the 'Tequila' effect on global financial markets. This prompts a US$ 50 billion 'bailout' by the Clinton Administration
    • The Whitewater scandal investigation begins in Washington, DC.
    • Timothy MacVeigh and Terry Nichols bomb the Federal Building in Oklahoma City; 168 people were killed.
    • Fred West is charged with murdering 12 people including two of his own daughters, and his wife is charged with 10 murders. Police suspect they may have killed as many as 30 people
    • O.J. Simpson murder trial
    • The Washington Post and The New York Times publish the Unabomber's manifesto
    • NY City reinstates Death Penalty
    • The U.S. Congress passes the Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act, requiring that producers of pornography keep records of all models who are filmed or photographed, and that all models be at least 18 years of age.
    • U.S. Senator Packwood of Oregon resigns under pressure for sexual and official misconduct
    • France explodes nuclear device in Pacific; wide protests ensue
    • An unprecedented heat wave strikes the Midwestern United States. Temperatures peak at 106 F (41 C), and remain above 94 F (34 C) in the afternoon for 5 straight days. At least 739 people die in Chicago alone.
    • Space Shuttle Atlantis docks with the Russian Mir space station for the first time
    • The first version of web browser Netscape Navigator is released.
    • Microsoft Windows 95 debuts
    • eBay founded
    • The DVD, an optical disc computer storage media format, is announced
    • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame opens

Some noted people born with Ixion and Pluto conjunct within a degree or less orb:

  • Johann Elert Bode, a German astronomer, best known for what has come to be known as Bode's Law. Bode determined the orbit of Uranus and suggested the planet's name.
  • Giuseppe Piazzi, priest, mathematician and astronomer, best remembered for discovering Ceres.
  • George Boole, English mathematician and philosopher, inventor of Boolean logic (which is the basis of modern digital computer logic)
  • Andre Michaux, noted botanist, diplomat and explorer, introducing many plant species from one part of the world to another.
  • John Paul Jones, American Revolutionary War hero, probably most remembered for replying to a British demand for surrender with "I have not yet begun to fight!"
  • Otto von Bismark, who oversaw the unification of Germany.
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton, American social activist, abolitionist, and leading figure of the early woman's movement, often credited with initiating the first organized woman's rights and woman's suffrage movements in the United States
  • Charlotte Bronte, British novelist probably best remembered for "Jane Eyre".

Check out these other pages for more insight into Ixion:

Nick Anthony Firenza's Ixion page

Mark Andrew Holmes' Ixion Page

SYMBOLS

No official astrological symbol has been selected yet for Ixion. I have created a possible symbol for this body, which you can see at the top of this page, representing the cloud from which the many centaurs were born. The second symbol was designed by Sandy Turnbull, who says it is "A combination of the letters "I" and "X" within semi-circles to indicate the wheel of fate." Please feel free to use whichever symbol you are more comfortable with.

You can find an ephemeris of Ixion from 2008-2012, along with several other bodies, here:

IXION EPHEMERIS

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