Ponut: Arada Sungkanit (b. 1994) was awarded best of category and first place in the 2011 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her environmental management team project. Bondy was appreciated by friends for his lack of reserve, his strong mind, kindness and sense of humor. The citation was prepared by J. B. Tatum.
Kenharle: Named for the son of Telamon and half-brother of Ajax. Known for his work on the C12/C13 abundance ratio in carbon stars and for studies of line blanketing and microturbulence in late-type stars, he has also long had an interest in cometary spectra. He was born in the grey and rainy Ardennes, a landscape that would never be far from his sad life. Since 1975 he has lived in France.
Enaresh: Named after the hero of an old Babylonian saga. Always wanting to share her interest in astronomy with others, she founded an astronomy club in Nice in 1978 and has presided over summer astronomy camps for teenagers during several subsequent summers. His eccentric and energetic lecturing style and love of nonlinear dynamics are now reflected in his celestial namesake, an unusual minor planet on a chaotic trajectory.
Chullas: Almas Ugurgizi Abdulla (b. 1993) is a finalist in the 2006 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC), a middle school science competition, for her mathematics project. As mayor of the city of Verviers, he promoted civil weddings. She attends the Smithtown High School East, St. James, New York.
Kovanumov: Santhisri Kodali (b. 1987) was awarded second place in the 2004 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her gerontology project. She led eight expeditions to observe total solar eclipses. Named in honor of David Nikitich Kugul'tinov, renowned Soviet poet and national poet of Kalmykia.
Donananwald: Ditte Besard (1977-2010), eldest daugher of Camilla and artist Hugo Besard, died after a struggle over many years. Heidelberg is located in the southern part of the Odenwald. He attends the Harelson Elementary School, Tucson, Arizona.
Anonneeckeetring: Founded in 2005, the metropolitan area along the Rhine and Neckar rivers with 2.4 million people includes the cities of Heidelberg, Mannheim and Ludwigshafen, and 21 universities and research institutions. meteoriticist. He has been engaged in the mathematical modeling of the geophysical consequences of asteroidal impacts on the earth.
Jezzok: Reto Pezzoli (b. 1959) is the best friend of the discoverer. He has also contributed to the creation of data centers in China, Japan, India, the U.S.S.R. Named for an ancient town in Bulgaria.
Hollor Lost: The Observatory of Hoher List, in the Ardennes near Daun (Eifel), was established in 1957 by the University of Bonn since light pollution had precluded astronomical observations at the Alte Sternwarte on Poppelsdorfer Allee. His research area concerns small solar-system bodies, particularly the relationship between comets and meteors. Her support and assistance has permitted the discoverer to continue his interest in astronomy.
Endiepes: Ependes is a small village in a green landscape some 6 km from Fribourg, Switzerland. He is also a noted observer of comets and the discoverer of comet 1946 VI. Through its electronic mailing list, Cielobuio connects both amateur and professional astronomers.
Echomert: Named for the flying school in Kacha, a settlement in the Crimea, where some Soviet cosmonauts receive training. It has a land area roughly one-third that of France, and contains the Carpathian mountains, Danube river, and borders the Black Sea. Visual discoverer of comets 1964 IX and 1966 IV, he has more recently designed and constructed a measuring engine and used it in a highly successful program of photographic astrometry of comets.
Wiarsekive: Named in memory of William Ernest Cooke (1863-1947), government astronomer for Western Australia during 1896-1912 and first director of the Perth Observatory. He was appointed Royal Astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope and later Astronomer Royal for Scotland. Named by the discoverer in honor of I. van Houten-Groeneveld, who is an astronomer at the Leiden Observatory.
Kierkwany: The city of Cluny is in the Saône-et-Loire department (Burgundy, France), 20 km north west of Mâcon. During an adventurous return voyage via India, and at great personal sacrifice, he carefully copied the inscriptions at the ruins of Persepolis. of Mathematics at Indiana University from 1856 to 1886. Saville also worked to encourage scientific exploration of the Earth and space.
Dadezs: Romandia is the Latin name of the French-speaking part of Switzerland. In 1975 he became one of the "founding members" of the scientific staff of the AAO, initially as a research fellow. He was the codiscoverer of supernova 1969B.
Joeirin: Joseph Ingalls mentored a finalist in the 2011 Intel Science Talent Search, a science competition for high-school seniors. He contributed to the development of refined proper elements for more than 4000 mainbelt asteroids and to the identification of secular resonances throughout the solar system. The discoverer thanks her for her love and patience.
Cirnaurryre: Perry J. Rose (b. 1966) is a former member of the Palomar Planet Crossing Asteroid Survey and currently lead solar observer on the 18-meter solar tower at Mt. Wilson Observatory. The village belonged to the Zlatá Koruna monastery from 1315 to 1787. He attends the Maryknoll Fathers' School, Hong Kong.
Ubeuchols: Egbert Ubels (1969-2008) was a fantastic father to Nick and Dagmar and the beloved husband of Sandra. Known as "fidus Achates"--faithful Achates--he commanded his own ship in the wandering fleet of Trojans as they sought to establish a new city after the fall of Troy. He observed surface features on the Moon and Mars, and wrote several popular books on astronomy.
Madadali: Mauro (b. 1941) and Barbara (b. 1944) Spadolini, long-standing friends of the discoverer, are dedicated secondary-school teachers who believe in cross-curricular work and in developing the human mind by arousing passion for knowledge and exploration. Keep your eyes on the heavens! He became interested in plants in his childhood and is credited with the discovery of 500 new species.
Pskendbrov: In 1897, German Ferdinand Braun (1850-1918) introduced a cathode-ray tube with a fluorescent screen ("Braun tube"), the forerunner of the television tube. 2686-c. Now the city is an administrative, industrial and cultural center.
Nokek: Ann Simone Cooper (b. 1991) was awarded second place in the 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her animal sciences project. In 1886 he went to Paris, where he met the "pointillists". His research on the impact record of the moon, the terrestrial planets and the minor planets has led to a method of age determination that is applicable to all planetary surfaces in the solar system.