Asteroid 12512, Split, was discovered on April 21, 1998 by Croatian astronomers Korado Korlevic and Marino Dusic at the Visnjan Observatory in Visnjan, Istria, Croatia. It has a period of 3 years, 153 days.

It was named for the city of Split, Croatia's second-largest city, which is located on the Adriatic coast in the Croatian region of Dalmatia.

Astrologically, it has been observed that asteroid Split has to do with splitting, which may mean just that, or breaking up, leaving, or dividing.

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