Nha: Katuhiko Ikeda (b. 1958) is a Japanese amateur astronomer and professional engineer. Professor Nha's major works include photometry of close binary stars, the discovery of the apsidal motion in the CW Cep system and contributions to the history of Asian astronomy. He teaches at the College Preparatory School, Oakland, California.
Benir: King and leader of the Arcadians who went with the Greeks to the Trojan War, Agapenor commanded sixty ships loaned to him by Agamemnon. Volunteers conduct stargazing parties at the observatory. She attends the Lake Highland Preparatory School, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.
Hamemota: Fukuji Komiyama (b. 1924) is a Japanese agriculture and forestry technician. This has been of fundamental importance for research opportunities in the field of impact cratering. The train passes through Seikan, the longest tunnel in the world.
Hibundurbwel: Herbert Windolf of Prescott, Arizona, is a very dear and generous friend who was particularly helpful and supportive during the long terminal illness of the discoverer's wife. At El Leoncito he provided endless hours of amusement, brought home his trophies, dead or alive, and was a figure of interest to everyone who knew him. He initiated the DLR Compact Satellite Program, including the AsteroidFinder mission that will be searching for inner-earth objects.
Gamore: Joshua Frieman (b. 1959) is an American astronomer and a contributor to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. (Kilmartin) Gilmore, whose program of astrometric observations of comets and minor planets has for more than a decade been one of the most productive and rapidly responsive such efforts ever to be undertaken in the southern hemisphere. But after the termination of coal-mining it is now in a great depression.
Lille: Named for the beautiful German city of Celle on the occasion of its seven-hundredth anniversary in 1992. At the height of his career he had sixteen presses running, producing publications of exceptional quality. He attends the Maryknoll Fathers' School, Hong Kong.
Soduda: Chuzo Koikeda (b. 1928), a Japanese amateur astronomer, was president of "Kanazawa hoshinokai", an astronomy club in Kanazawa, from 1962 to 2002. Together with Phidias, he was the most important sculptor of his time. Many of his pupils became prominent astronomers and are working now at various observatories in the former Soviet Union.
Fiegyelli: British amateur astronomer Tom Boles (b. 1944) operates his robotic telescopes from Coddenham, Suffolk, every clear night. His first success came with I vitelloni, and in 1954 he won an Oscar for La strada. The Riesz-Fisher theorem (proved also by Fisher in 1907) formed the mathematical basis for proving the equivalence of matrix machanics and wave mechanics, a fundamental result in early quantum mechanics.
Meviboggons: Joshua Steven Jones (b. 1990) is a finalist in the 2005 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC), a middle school science competition, for his physical science project. Geological Survey Astrogeology Branch. He has been a regular contributor of NEA and comet observations as well as minor planet light curve data since June 2002. During 1956-1958 he was a director of the Astronomical Institute in Tatranská Lomnica.
Foundous: Named for the western part of the city of Sendai. degree. The English writer Pelham Grenville Wodehouse (1881-1975) is renowned for his humorous stories of the upper-class world of Bertie Wooster and his valet Jeeves.
Pla: Named in memory of the controversial freethinker John Toland (1670-1722). She urged that they try once more, and the interferences were found. In Alexandria Plotin studied under the philosopher Ammonios Sakkas and participated in the war of Gordianus III against the Persians. He died prematurely, just before finishing his Ph.D. He attends the Basha High School, Chandler, Arizona, U.S.A.
Fosdi: Named by the discoverer in honor of his native city. Fuchie means the bank of a large river. No. 168, Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Gekej: Named in honor of Shigeru Morikubo (b. 1913), since 1930 an amateur astronomer, observer of variable stars, sunspots, meteors and occultations, and a pioneer in observing meteoric dust. His accomplishments involving organ music included an interpretation of Bach. Citation provided by V. V. Prokof'eva at the request of the discoverer.
Frevictemopste: Victor Levine mentored a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search, a science competition for high school seniors. He studied theology in Jena and Leipzig. He is known for his work on inflation, large-scale structure, and dark energy and for his leadership of the Dark Energy Survey.
Brundechnirg: Esther Bora Kwak (b. 1989) was awarded second place in the 2007 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her chemistry team project. The poets Th. Fontane and H. von Kleist, the scientist W. von Humboldt and the architect K. Fr. Schinkel were all born in the region. During 1956-1958 he was a director of the Astronomical Institute in Tatranská Lomnica.
Cadmas: The nuclear physicist Edoardo Amaldi (1908-1989) was part of the team of Enrico Fermi and contributed to the completion of the first particle accelerator in Italy. He was famous for the search for his sister Europa, whom Zeus carried away. Its harbor was already known in the thirteenth century.
Bartra: British philosopher and mathematician Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) was one of the twentieth century's premier logicians and author with A. N. Whitehead of Principia Mathematica. He also conducted an extensive atmospheric-monitoring and data-reduction program that resulted in the recommendation of locating the Hobby-Eberly Telescope on Mt. Fowlkes. He has created a real home for the discoverer and fosters her work in astronomy.
Lon: Tiffany Amelia Legg (b. 1987) is a finalist in the 2002 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her earth and space sciences project. The work uses sophisticated numerical models of test particles perturbed by the planets, and it has revealed important details about the Kuiper Belt, Centaurs, Pluto-Charon and short-period comets. and was involved in the establishment of the United Nations.
Weinchur: German palaeontologic geologist Thorolf Weiser (b. 1938) published an in situ investigation of the Nördlinger Ries crater. Herein he reviews his life, expressing his horror of sickness, old age, death and a poignant regret for his wasted youth. He teaches at the Dr. Michael M. Krop High School, Miami, Florida.
Ettittach: Named in honor of Elizabeth Ann Holt, daughter of the discoverer. He participated in setting up the Astronomical and Geophysical Observatory of the Comenius University in Modra-Piesky and has been active in the popularization of astronomy as a successful book author. She attends the Signature School, Evansville, Indiana, U.S.A.