Mianqiejiang: Sanqiang Qiang (1913-1992) was a nuclear scientist and member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Her meteorite studies have focused in recent years on the rich wealth of samples from Antarctica, and she was also involved in collecting them. He is a research professor at the University of New Mexico.

Beneri: Named in memory of Arturo Beruti (1862-1938), Argentine composer, author of the operas Pampa, Kryse, Evangelina and Taras Bulba, among others. He participated in the construction of lunar atlases and maps. Long known for its coal mines, Onoda is now famous for its chemical industry and cement production.

Minackla: Rick Kline (b. 1953) has been Data Manager of the Spacecraft Planetary Imaging Facility at Cornell University since 1987. She received the EU Contest for Young Scientists Award. She attends the Long Beach High School, Lido Beach, New York, U.S.A.

Janjofrec: Mark A. Sephton (b. 1966) is a researcher in organic geochemistry and meteoritics at Imperial College, London. The observatory grew extensively during the twentieth century and became internationally renowned. She attends the Olympia Junior High School, Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A.

Bovohnsen: Yurij Aleksandrovich Senkevich (b. 1937) is a scientist at the Institute of Medical and Biological Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 1710, Böttger became the head of the Dresden (later Meissen) Porcelain Manufacture. In his stories he took friends and comrades to the stars in adventures with a brighter future for humanity.

Ker: Geophysicist María Emilia Muzzio (b. 1979) and anthropologist Marina Muzzio (b. 1982) are two Argentine scientists, daughters of the discoverer. In 1549 he settled in Antwerp and printed his first book there in 1555. At the suggestion of E. C. Stone, this minor planet is being named on the occasion of the dedication of the second Keck Telescope on 1996 May 8.

Movebra: Named in honor of David Brin, astrophysicist and popular science-fiction writer. After obtaining his Ph.D. According to Holbach, the greatest enemy of natural morality is religion, a product of fantasy.

Hineshishinin: Enid, a city in northern Oklahoma, was founded on 1893 Sept. Coincidentally, this minor planet was discovered on Mar. This is a fitting name for this asteroid which was found farthest from the Trojan libration point.

Hendlar: Jindrich Walter (b. 1941) is the head of the Optical Facility of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague. She also contributed extensively to the study of noncommutative algebras. "

Maithchang: Named in honor of Paul McCartney (1942-- ), musician and ex-Beatle. His interest was in the area of high angular resolution, and he was involved in interferometric projects both on the ground (e.g., FLUOR and VLTI) and in space (DARWIN). She attends the Syosset High School, Syosset, New York, U.S.A.

Sane: Bubulina was the nickname of Marina Denisa Botofan (2008-2010), who lived in Constanta, Romania, and died in Pavia, Italy, of lymphoblastic leukemia. From 1975 to 1981, at San Vittore Observatory, he was involved in the International Planetary Patrol Program of the Lowell Observatory. Amateur astronomers gather at its shores for observation as well as to enjoy the glorious sunrises from behind Mt. Fuji.

Jimamald: Takasago, a port city at the mouth of the Kakogawa River, Hyogo prefecture, prospered during the Edo period and even today shows the traces of its prosperous past. In order to elucidate the origin of meteroites he developed a Monte Carlo method for studying the effects of close planetary encounters on the orbital evolution of small planet-crossing bodies. An American screen version of the latter was produced in 1985.

Oshepphok: Sappho Zoe Gilbert (b. 1989) is a finalist in the 2008 Intel Science Talent Search (STS), a science competition for high school seniors, for her medicine and health project. He contributed to the development of trade and business in southern and central Bohemia. It is a unique architectural and historical monument.

Barthank: Named in honor of Bart Hibbs, whom the discoverer has known since his earliest days, through his years of education and into his maturity as an expert and inventive aeronautical engineer. Fugate performed the first experiment to demonstrate the feasibility of using laser beacons for adaptive optics. He introduced the discoverer to astrometry and provided him with assistance and encouragement for many years.

Kleempev: René Hudec (b. 1951), an Ondrejov astronomer who works in high-energy astrophysics, especially on \gamma -ray bursts, has designed spacebased and groundbased experiments. Suspended, he kept a diary from 1933 to 1945 that is a unique day-to-day account of life under the Nazi tyranny. He was also chair of the Meteor Commission of the Soviet Geophysical Committee.

Mebiung: Clark Merkley mentored a finalist in the 2005 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC), a middle school science competition. He studied occultations of stars by the planets, but most of his work was in geometry, including the invention of the barycentric calculus. He attends the Sunset High School, Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Koja: Named in honor of Kouji Yamamoto (b. 1956), a Japanese architect and active amateur astronomer. from the University of Basel in 1975. Named for the capital of Uganda.

Humari: Harumi Ikari (b. 1957) is the wife of the discoverer. A doctor of medicine, yet already a writer of comic books at the age of 18, he made particular use of movie techniques in his works. He attends the Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Kennanganmasta: Kiran Manne mentored a finalist in the 2010 Intel Science Talent Search (STS), a science competition for high school seniors. He was the first, and possibly the greatest, theoretician of the mechanism of thought and deduction, being at the same time well aware of the importance of what happens in the real world and in nature. The former was the first explorer of the Aleutians and the latter a historian and popularizer of culture.

Bridbidben: Doris Chen (b. 1991) is a finalist in the 2009 Intel Science Talent Search (STS), a science competition for high school seniors, for her medicine and health project. Army and a lifetime caregiver to innumerable patients, Dr. Bray has been the healer and longtime friend of four generations of the families of the discoverer and her husband. She teaches at the St. Leo the Great School, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

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