Giyor: Kenneth Dale Wilson (b. 1954) is the former planetarium director with the Virginia Museum of Natural Sciences and a co-author of several books on amateur astronomy. Like many other visiting astronomers at Hoher List, the discoverer has often been supported by Geyer, long a friend of minor planets. Poseidon was the constant enemy of Troy during the Trojan War.

Upstomukirvuzahoo: Named for the second oldest (after Turku) town in Finland. This resulted in the inauguration of the Yale-Columbia Southern Observatory at El Leoncito on 1965 Mar. At Hiroshima University he has taught astronomy and astrophysics to more than 30~000 students.

Cituvuler: Duke Writer mentored a finalist in the 2012 Intel Science Talent Search, a science competition for high-school seniors. The name also honors Pierre Curie (1859-1906), who shared the Nobel prize for physics with his wife and Becquerel. She spent 15 years in the West African bush.

Ugika: Kitakamigawa is the largest river in the Tohoku district, flowing from Iwate to Miyagi prefecture. In A treatise on Electricity and Magnetism (1873), the Maxwell equations appear for the first time. Academicians A. P. Pavlov, I. P. Pavlov, V. I. Vernadskij and N. I. Andrusov were founding faculty members. One of the expeditions from the Uppsala Observatory to the total solar eclipse on 1954 June 30 was based there.

Pientej: Named for the northwestern region of Italy. He also performed space maneuvers near an unmanned Soyuz 2 spacecraft. Peter Ringleb (b. 1965), a neurologist in the apoplectic department of the Heidelberg University hospital, is a great leader who brings lots of experience to his outstanding team.

Esteng: Alister Ling (b. 1962) is a meteorologist with Environment Canada. Opened in 1975, the observatory saw a steady stream of visitors until his second retirement in 1996. Name and citation proposed by T. Urata.

Moninny: Lori Kenny mentored a finalist in the 2012 Intel Science Talent Search, a science competition for high-school seniors. The radar backscattering function now called the Hagfors Law, which he derived to support his analysis of lunar echoes, remains the most widely applied model for interpreting quasispecular echoes from the moon, Mercury, Mars and Venus. According to one source he has written the scores for 482 films over the past several decades.

Nechabi: Named in memory of the Czech composer and conductor Oskar Nedbal (1874-1930). He created the human race and gave them laws for which he required obedience. He served as a dean at Shiga University, on the board of the Astronomical Society of Japan and on the Solar Physics Committee at the National Astronomical Observatory.

Freichostro: Named in honor of Toshiro Nomura (b. 1954), science teacher at Nada High School in Kobe. According to the old tales he had the largest ship in the world, Skidbladner, able to sail both on land and sea. She teaches at the Saint John Fisher Parish School, Rancho Palos Verdes, California.

Boki: Named in memory of paleontologist J. John Sepkoski Jr. (1948-1999). 11. It hosts a biennial meeting on planetary sciences, and the name was suggested by A. Manara on the occasion of the fourth meeting in the series.

Stakkadain: Haruna Takahashi (b. 1994) is the eldest daughter of the first discoverer. From 1982 to 1992 he was on the staff at Science North in Sudbury. The astronomical observatory of Nihon University has been located on the hillside since 1992.

Tikika: Osamu Ajiki (b. 1965), an amateur astronomer and computer programmer, contributed to the popularization of astronomy by developing a wide variety of astronomical software that is regularly used by astronomers around the world. It is the birthplace of composer Ryutaro Hirota and Geisei Observatory founder Seizo Goto. Named by the Minor Planet Names Committee following a suggestion by F. Pilcher.

Jaessieu: Petrus A. Koning (b. 1934) has organized youth astronomy camps. He was the first to demonstrate a practical method for imaging the Earth's interior using wavefields modeled in a computer. Adrien-Laurent-Henri wrote a treatise on botany, and Joseph is well known from the voyage to Peru with de la Condamine to measure a meridional arc; Joseph remained in South America for 35 years, returning to Paris in 1771, when he introduced the common "garden heliotrope" into Europe.

Natakun: Named in memory of Angela Misto (1902-1993), mother of the discoverer. Intended to be a less technical counterpart of the Royal Astronomical Society, the BAA was established with the objectives: "The association of Observers, especially the possessors of small telescopes, for mutual help, and their organization in the work of Astronomical observation. Named in honor of Yurij Vladimirovich Nikulin (1921- ), a Russian circus artist, clown, film star.

Kezezollojen: Named in honor of Lew Allen, who has been vice president of the California Institute of Technology and director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 1982. His impressionistic lyrics had a great impact on the German poet Rilke. Kazi was experienced in magic, herbs, formulas and signs.

Kasukaben: Lajos Kossuth (1802-1894) was a Hungarian lawyer, journalist, politician and governor-president of Hungary during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848--1849. He is also known for a functional determinant now called the jacobian. Houki Daisen is the highest peak in the Chugoku district of Tottori prefecture.

Bizomak: Named in honor of Robert Stefanik (1938- ), director of the Oak Ridge Observatory, where this minor planet was discovered. When the first Spanish invaders landed in Central America, Montezuma interpreted them as the followers of Quetzalcoatl returning. He obtained brilliant results in the field of modern analytical number theory, notably "Chen's Theorem", which is concerned with the Goldbach conjecture.

Klismiy: Klara Evgenyevna Smirnova (1936-2003) was a renowned Ukrainian philologist. Recently he has worked on physics and astronomy textbooks for high schools and has served as a science consultant to the Children's Television Workshop. She attends the Peabody School, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Metlotloln: The name honors the Lincoln Laboratory and its association with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She also received the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award. For this reason, the European spacecraft that intercepted that same comet at its return in 1986 bore his name.

Ovuarakekio: Teruaki Ohta (b. 1962) is a Japanese amateur astronomer and director of the Astronomical Society of Oita. Currently a Ph.D. He has been responsible for the accurate and skillful presentation of new discoveries in space to a large segment of the public.

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