Menelber: Edwin Mathlener (b. 1962) was editor of the Dutch astronomy magazine Zenit, and is now director of the National Center for Astronomical Information, "De Koepel", in Utrecht. He also created graphic copies of the works of Italian and Nordic painters. Busch is a radar astronomer who studies NEAs, with a particular interest in contact binary asteroids.

Shulipyl: Olga Andrivna Kopyl (b. 1950), sometime director of Zhytomyr Museum of Astronautics, is keeper of a longstanding history and tradition of cosmonautics in Russia and Ukraine, as well as one of the biographers of Sergej Korolev, engineer-in-chief of the first manned flight by Yurij Gagarin in 1961. 57. The first part of the name is an acronym for that institution.

Zuggaug: Bernard Zurbriggen (b. 1943) is an emeritus professor of natural science. Asphaug has pioneered the application of fracture mechanics and hydrodynamics to numerous problems in planetary science. This is the first numbered discovery from the Siding Spring Survey.

Stennemotsotsu: Steven Maurice Gauthier (b. 1957) is a Canadian amateur astronomer who studied data processing at Conestoga College. The lake and swamp around the town are very important for waterfowl, and this site has been registered with the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat (Ramusar Convention). Connor is a student at the Mesa Union Junior High School, Somis, California.

Mebhabhirpann: Jacob Benjamin Hurwitz (b. 1992) is a finalist in the 2006 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC), a middle school science competition, for his behavioral science project. The speckle technique, which has given birth to optical multi-telescope interferometry, has been used to obtain images of several minor planets. He was the co-inventor of analytic geometry and the founder of modern number theory. She attends the La Jolla High School, La Jolla, California.

Wamankulsbahyi: Ron Howard (b. 1954) is a noted director of such films as Apollo 13 and A Beautiful Mind. He began observing comets, variable stars and occultations at an early age. It is the ancestral seat of the German dynasty of the Wittelsbacher, which ruled Bavaria for more than 800 years. He has studied impact cratering and its implications for planetary evolution. He attends the Korea Science Academy, Busan, South Korea.

Elarneri: Arnaud Leroy (b. 1974) is a French amateur astronomer at the Pic du Midi observatory, who directs the 0.6-m telescope at which this minor planet was discovered. Rossi has used his expertise to study natural "debris" around space mission targets to optimize encounter/rendezvous operations. He teaches at the Fruitvale Junior High School, Bakersfield, California.

Liego: Lorie Hutchinson mentored a finalist in the 2005 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC), a middle school science competition. After marriage she took the name Yotuko-in. He was popular with young readers, and one of his best-known novels is The Boy Detectives Club.

Bigoff: George David Birkhoff (1884-1944) was one of the foremost American mathematicians of the early twentieth century. Its value lies in its high yield and its almost perfect balance of nutrition. The name was also suggested by D. L. Blackburn.

Tsela: Filipp Grigor'evich Rutberg (b. 1931), a prominent expert in electrophysics, is director of the Institute of Problems of Electrophysics in St. Petersburg. Thereupon Achilles withdrew himself and all his men from the battle. He won the Most Valuable Player Award in the Japan Series championship in 1986.

Miv: Philip Vidal Streich (b. 1991) was awarded first place and Best in Category in the 2007 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for his chemistry project. Her first book, Old Jules, was published in 1935 after it won the Atlantic Nonfiction Prize. He attends the Moscow Chemical Lyceum #1303, Moscow, Russia.

Tharvay: Rolf Paulsson (b. 1943), a lecturer at Uppsala University, has been an outstanding teacher of theoretical physics for generations of students. Pik Sin Thé studied in the US, became director of Lembang Observatory, Indonesia, and later professor at the University of Amsterdam. His research interests focus on igneous processes that formed the martian meteorites.

Tjanor: Ceccano, where the discovery observations of this minor planet were made, is a small city, some 90 km southeast of Rome. He made idealized portraits of Napoleon and his family. By making a fire, he prevented the island from disappearing into the sea during the night.

Hechirin: Kristina Kürtiova (b. 1995) is a daughter of the discoverer. This work has been valuable for interpreting the meteoritic record of the early history of the solar system. He has identified numerous features in the spectra of comets, planets and interstellar material. He was also editor of the society's bulletin. He teaches at the Kastner Intermediate School, Fresno, California.

Wameas: Named by the discoverer in honor of Prof. He sang his rebellious songs in the local dialect of Antwerp, a choice that was not always appreciateid by the city's intelligentia. He is currently a member of the Tokyo Astronomical Association and Shimane Society of Astronomy.

Jackuir: Jack Kuipers (b. 1921), author of a text on quaternions, taught mathematics at Calvin College for 20 years after a 17-year engineering career in the aerospace industry. He has been a very active amateur astronomer all his lifetime and is well known for his great ability to communicate with the public. Named for the Kalmyk epics, which reflect the hopes, dreams, and struggles of the Kalmyk people.

Hiessanni: Patricia Ann ("Annie") Purnell Grauer (b. 1942), is an American photographer, cook, homemaker, writer and a student of the night sky. His 2000 works include motets, madrigals, chansons and lieder. They have strongly supported their son's activities in minor planet work at the Starkenburg Observatory, Heppenheim. Some buildings and artifacts on the grounds are also municipal cultural treasures.

Zhimeyuma: Named in honor of Shoken M. Miyama (b. 1951), Japanese astrophysicist working mainly on star and planet formation. The first Russian woman concerned with astronomical observations, she made over 20 000 highly precise latitude determinations with a ZTF-135 zenith-telescope. She discovered 213 minor planets with the 0.4-m double astrograph of CrAO.

Yisiesirry: Pierre Thierry (b. 1950) has built equipment designed for making astronomical observations. 23 by K. Noll, D. Stephens, W. Grundy and colleagues using the Hubble Space Telescope. He teaches at the Saratoga High School, Saratoga, California, U.S.A.

Nein: Nancy Owen mentored a finalist in the 2003 Discovery Channel Youth Science Challenge, a middle school science competition. Carson's witty monologue and unique, relaxed style of interviewing guests helped make this show a popular, late-night tradition in millions of American households. He attends the Fairview High School, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.

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