Nach: Wolfgang Paech (b. 1951) is an electronic engineer on the staff of the Institute of Geodesy at the University of Hannover, where he serves as technical manager of the astronomical station. She began the use of computer-based databases in several U.S. She attends the Kendriya Vidyalaya Ganeshkhind, Pune, Maharashtra, India.
Statlouhac: Doug Welch mentored a finalist in the 2012 Broadcom MASTERS, a math and science competition for middle-school students. After many days of fierce fighting in which thousands of Aztec warriors were killed, Cuitlahuac drove Cortez from the city with the loss of over half his men and all his treasure. He has conducted professional research on many different telescopes and has lectured and written extensively on space discoveries.
Jeyitev: Vitalij Nikitich Ishkov, astrophysicist at the Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radiowave Propagation in Moscow, works in the fields of solar physics, solar activity and solar-terrestrial relations. He has been instrumental in creating motion picture renderings of minor planets and comets to enhance our understanding of their shapes, sizes and other physical properties. The tradition and proposers are as for (2432) Soomana.
Sianseyian: Named in honor of Jessica Cioffi for mentoring a finalist in the 2001 Discovery Young Scientist Challenge (DYSC), a middle school science competition. His textbook on radio telescopes, with Högbom, was translated into Russian and Chinese. During the 2003 atypical pneumonia, Sung played a leading role in combating the disease and was called "Asia Hero" by Time magazine.
Bulimrydir: This planet has been named at the request of Dr. S. J. Herrick in honor of his wife. Rising in the Krkonose mountains of the Czech Republic, the river continues into Germany through Dresden to its mouth beyond Hamburg. He was among the first to recognize evidence in the lunar sample collection that mare volcanism began very early in lunar history, before the period of late heavy bombardment had ended.
Lobuba: Air Force test pilot Robert Rushworth (1924-1993) was the sixth pilot to fly the X-15 and made a total of 34 flights. The dark skies of the region, along with the good climate, make it an ideal location for an observatory. With a total length of 1020 km, it has its source in the Valdai hills of Russia, flows also through Belarus and drains into the Gulf of Riga, a bay of the Baltic Sea.
Jinopenklursir: Julie Laine Nicoles (b. 1986) has worked as a life guard, as a caregiver for her grandmother, and for several years at the Sylvan Learning Center and the Jasper Elementary school in Rancho Cucamonga, California. She and her husband David were well-known amateur astronomers. A resident of Cambridge, Massachusetts, she is an alumna of the Harvard School of Public Health, and also an accomplished equestrienne.
Tankanki: Takaaki Noguchi (b. 1961), a professor at Ibaraki University, Bunkyo, Japan, has studied a wide variety of meteorites and interplanetary dust particles. Inspired by a friend and the starry skies of Palomar Mountain, she developed an interest in space travel and exploration, believing that humankind's greatest adventure is in the heavens. As director general of the European Space Research Organization he was a leader in space research.
Jeencahnekerl: Takafumi Ohnishi (b. 1971) is a systems engineer at Fujitsu Limited, specializing in analysis and software development for orbit determination in deep space. He brought the orchestra to the highest standard by his demands and consistent work. Jason Wheeler Roman (b. 1995) is the youngest son of the first discoverer.
Aiawo: Named in memory of Johann Gottfried Galle (1812-1910), famous German astronomer who in 1846 discovered the planet Neptune, the existence of which had been theoretically demonstrated by J. C. Adams and U. J. Leverrier. The companion object (88611) Teharonhiawako I, discovered 2001 Oct. She presents workshops around the world, writes books and produces videos on healing techniques.
Rayederpswebe: Russell Owen (b. 1959) is an American engineer and a contributor to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, best known for designing the fiber feed for the SDSS spectrograph and the software that controls the SDSS 2.5-m telescope. The poet R. M. Rilke also lived here for some time. She attends the Commack High School, Commack, New York, U.S.A.
Skoptock: A comedian, humorist and cartoonist, Philippe Geluck (b. 1954) studied at the Institut National Supérieur des Arts du Spectacle in Brussels. The observatory, located at a height of 1700 m, profits from excellent instrumental and observational possibilities. Name and citation provided by J. McGaha.
Doitsoov: Named in honor of Alexander Dalgarno (b. 1928), on the occasion of his 70th birthday. State Committee for standards and represented his country in the International Organization for Standardization, of which he served as president (1977-1979). He attends the Oak Ridge High School, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A.
Jantharras: Matthew Dawson (b. 1959), of Roeser, Luxembourg, is an active amateur involved in the astrometry of fast-moving NEOs using a 45-cm telescope. He mocked Odysseus when the latter came to Eumaios disguised as a beggar. French astronomers especially honor him for his creation of the Observatoire de Haute Provence in 1936.
Wakosangernst: Jennifer Gordinier mentored a finalist in the 2006 Intel Science Talent Search (STS), a science competition for high school seniors. ) promulgated in 46 B.C. His style attracted many followers and has since become common. Since 1995, the major part of his work has consisted of making follow-up observations of objects discovered in the course of the 1990-1993 KSO-ARI minor planet surveys at Tautenburg.
IAU citations for extremely minor planets.
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