Arol-Bi: Named for the country in western Europe. the U.S. He developed methods for the summation of series, for solving algebraic equations and for the triangulation of distances on the earth's surface.

Makoi: Named for the capital of Vietnam. Taku was a long-time member of the editorial board of this journal. These are discrete-time systems where the state at a given instant depends only on the state at the immediately preceding instant, and not on other past history.

Kemnun: Kathy Hurd mentored a finalist in the 2011 Intel Science Talent Search (STS), a science competition for high-school seniors. Army well until his native state, Virginia, seceded from the Union. Slayer of Antilochus, Nestor's son, Memnon was killed in combat by Achilles.

Obaindprad: Sami Obaid (b. 1988) was awarded second place in the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for his medicine and health project. He has been vice-president of the European Physical Society (1977-1980) and president of the Physical Society of the U.S.S.R. From 1978 to 1993, more than 1000 new minor planets were found with this instrument.

Slirott: Ernesto Corte, of La Jolla, California, an entrepreneur and founder of Gamma-Metrics, was a pioneer in the application of radiation physics to elemental analysis of materials. She and Degas became great friends and influenced each other. One can admire very rich figural sgraffito façades and diamond vaults. Named in memory of Nikolaj Mikhailovich Karamzin (1766-1826), author of the celebrated twelve-volume "History of the Russian State".

Ragal: Jan Ruff (b. 1949) is the very capable, warm-spirited and enthusiastic chief of the Office of Public Affairs for Goddard Space Center, NASA. During these 20 years the enrollment grew from 5700 to 26 500, and 45 new buildings were constructed. This naming is on the occasion of the 750th anniversary of Zvyagel in 2007.

Nolderuin: Steven (Steve) Massey (b. 1962) was a pioneer in the use of modern video cameras in astronomical imaging. Since the 1960s he has been an enthusiastic organizer of exhibitions, meetings and lectures for amateur astronomers and the general public. Medon lived in exile for having killed a relative of his stepmother. Named in memory of Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882), fighter for human rights and hero of many battles.

Kong: The Hungaria planet is named after the 5897-m active volcano Cotopaxi. She was the wife of the supreme sky God Ukko. The city will host the 2009 World Games.

Frurlen: This planet is given the German form of the goddess Pax in the hope for peace around the world. He represented Japan in the geodetic survey program using photoelectric observations of lunar occultations, carried out from 1950 to the 1960s by the U.S. Named by Steve Singer-Brewster in honor of his daughter, Carlin Singer- Brewster, on the occasion of her seventh birthday.

Terku: Named for Czech prince Václav (c. Although she mainly studies variable stars, she also works on problems in the history of astronomy, especially on the meaning of the names and on the discovery circumstances of the minor planets discovered by J. Palisa. Named in honor of the city which in ancient times was the capital of Finland, is now the home of the discoverer, and was the home of Argelander when he began his monumental Durchmusterung.

Niarlynnearlynniarlynnen: Heather Lynne Nielsen (b. 1992) was awarded second place in the 2009 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her biochemistry team project. Naval Observatory, and his wife, Brenda Groves Corbin, since 1973 the Observatory's librarian. The university will further education, scientific research and new technology industries.

Vapovka: Beate Spiegel (b. 1960) serves as head of the office of the Klaus Tschira Foundation. In 1961 it was rebuilt as a public observatory. His work at his Wildberg observatory is dedicated to NEO follow-up and detection of new minor planets.

Herarkan: Parker Owan (b. 1990) was awarded second place in the 2008 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for his electrical and mechanical engineering project. He has served as a professor and administrator at Indiana University since 1967. In honor of Tycho Brahe, who had his observatory in the vicinity, an appropriate monument has been erected there.

Ruley: Eileen Shurtleff mentored a finalist in the 2011 Broadcom MASTERS, a math and science competition for middle-school students. His cult was very common in ancient Gaul. He has also done research into the rotational properties of small, rapidly spinning minor planets and the taxonomic classification of near-earth asteroids.

Ooaidainz: Oodaigahara is located on the southern end of the mountain-chain boundary between Nara and Mie prefectures. From his youth on, he committed himself to astrophotography and brightness estimates of variable stars. Named for the capital of Uganda.

Inanuedeo: Victor Mikhajlovich Buzinov (1934-2006) was a St. Petersburg journalist. His romantic-comic operas (Zar und Zimmermann, Der Wildschütz, Undine, Der Waffenschmied) became very popular and are full of humor. An astronomy enthusiast while still a child, he studied at the Tokyo College of Physics and at the Institute of Cosmical Physics in Kyoto. Manuel Antolini (1959-2002) was the son of the first discoverer.

Jeinlathothi: Geronimo Bartolomei (b. 1972) is a student of physics at the University of Pisa and is working at the Astronomical Observatory of San Marcello as a popularizer of astronomy. We know much about his life and times from his own songs, which have been preserved. He attends the Saint Margaret's Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano, California, U.S.A.

Fest: Named in honor of the discoverer's granddaughter, Amber Marie Baltutis. From these data theoretical models of the impact were developed. Giuseppe Antonio Guarneri (1698-1744) was its most successful member.

Ceyyaloeka: The Cadi Ayyad University (UCA) is one of the most important in Morocco. Eng., 1898- . Named by the discoverer in honor of I. van Houten-Groeneveld, who is an astronomer at the Leiden Observatory.

Detan: Donna Matthews mentored a finalist in the 2003 Discovery Channel Youth Science Challenge, a middle school science competition. At the Campo del Cielo in Argentina he documented one of the first known occurrences of multiple impact craters intimately associated with meteorite masses. He attends the Maryknoll Fathers' School, Hong Kong.

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