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64Angelina Named in remembrance of the astronomical station of Baron F. X. von Zach (1754–1832) {see planet  (9
454Mathesis This Greek word for science was given to this planet at the anniversary of the founding of the Mathe
652Jubilatrix This planet was named at the occasion of the 1908 meeting of the Astronomische Gesellschaft in Vienn
700Auravictrix This planet is named in memory of the trips of the Schutte-Lanz Zeppelin No. 1. It is a Latin word m
742Edisona Named in honor of the great American scientist and inventor Thomas Alva Edison (1847–1931) immediate
840Zenobia The planet is probably named for the Slavic goddess of hunting. It is also the name of a queen of Pa
852Wladilena Named in honor of the Russian Communist leader Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (Lenin) (1870–1924). The name
913Otila Karl Reinmuth discovered so many minor planets that he often had difficulties to find proper names f
1047Geisha Named for the opera of the same name by Jones. The dictionary defines: a Japanese girl who is traine
1107Lictoria The name is strictly connected with the symbol of the fascist party, which in Italian was called “Fa
1146Biarmia Named by the discoverer after a legendary country in northern Russia near to the Finnish border. (H
1154Astronomia Named for the science which explores the celestial bodies. (H 108)
1192Prisma This planet was named in honor of the Bergedorf Spectral Catalogue. (H 111)
1200Imperatrix Imperatrix is the Latin name for empress. Any reference to a person is unknown. (I. van Houten-Groen
1240Centenaria Named on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Hamburg Observatory (1933 Oct. 31). (H 114)
1283Komsomolia The name of the communistic youth organization of {the former} USSR. (M 838)
1288Santa Any reference of this name to a person or occurrence is unknown. Named by De Caro who computed the o
1298Nocturna Nocturna is the feminine adjective of nocturnus and means nightly. (H 119) Name proposed by G. Strac
1307Cimmeria Named after the ancient inhabitants of the Crimea peninsula. The Cimmerians were expelled by the Scy
1571Cesco Named in memory of Ronaldo P. Cesco, a former director of the La Plata Observatory, an outstanding m
1582Martir The Spanish spelling of martyr, this name is also assigned as an homage to Eva Peron {see planet  (1
1610Mirnaya The name means peaceful. (M 2740) Name proposed by the Institute of Theoretical Astronomy, Leningrad
1613Smiley Named in honor of Charles Hugh Smiley {1903–1977}, interested mainly in orbit computations by Leusch
1621Druzhba Druzhba means friendship. (M 2740) Name proposed by the Institute of Theoretical Astronomy, Leningra
1636Porter Named for the U.S. astronomer Jermain Gildersleeve Porter (1852–1933), Director of the Cincinnati Ob
1642Hill Named in memory of George William Hill (1838–1914), American celestial mechanician whose works inclu
1660Wood Named in honor of H. E. Wood (1881–1946), second Director of the Republic (then Union) Observatory (
1691Oort Named in honor of Jan Hendrik Oort {1900–1992}, director of the Leiden Observatory 1945–1970, former
1692Subbotina This planet is named in honor of the late Prof. Mikhail F. Subbotin (1893–1966) who was Director of
1700ZvezdaraThe Serbian word for Observatory, this is the name of the section of the city of Belgrade in which t
1728Goethe Link Named in honor of Dr. Goethe Link, eminent surgeon of Indianapolis, Indiana, enthusiastic amateur as
1896Beer Named in honor of the astronomer Arthur Beer {1900–1980}, born in Bohemia in 1900, who worked at the
1951Lick Named in honor of James Lick (1796–1876) the founder of the Lick Observatory of the University of Ca
1987KaplanNamed in memory of Samuil Aronovich Kaplan (1921-1978), head of the astrophysics department at the L
1991DarwinNamed in memory of Charles Darwin (1809-1882), the English naturalist who first established the theo
2031BAM Named in honor of the heroic builders of the Baikal-Amur-Main railroad line. (M 4482)
2057Rosemary Named in honor of Rosemary Birky Hoffmann Scholl, {first} wife of Hans Scholl {see planet  (2959)}.
2094MagnitkaNamed for the town of Magnitogorsk, one of the largest centers of metallurgy in the U.S.S.R.
2106Hugo Named for the celebrated French writer Victor Hugo (1802–1885). (M 6833) Name proposed by J. Meeus.
2122PyatiletkaNamed on the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the first five-year plan for the development of the
2165Young Named in memory of Charles Augustus Young (1834–1908), known affectionately as “Twinkle” Young by th
2244Tesla Named in memory of Nikola Tesla (1856–1943), the famous Yugoslav-born physicist well known for his n
2303Retsina Named on the occasion of the Patras IAU General Assembly in honor of the resined wine of Greece. (23
2305KingNamed in memory of Martin Luther King (1929-1968), the American civil rights leader who worked to br
2314Field Named in honor of George B. Field {1929– }, director of the Harvard College Observatory and Smithson
2516Roman Named in honor of Nancy Grace Roman, a space-age astronomer who joined the staff of the National Aer
2549Baker Named in honor of James G. Baker {1914– }, astrophysicist, innovator, advisor. To many he is best kn
2588Flavia The name is the feminine form of Flavius, a Roman gens, or patrilineal clan, which included the Empe
2708Burns Named in honor of Joseph A. Burns, planetary astronomer at Cornell University. Burns’ wide-ranging r
2763Jeans Named in memory of the celebrated English astronomer James Hopwood Jeans (1877–1946), whose wide-ran
2843Yeti Named to ensure reality for the mysterious “abominable snowman” that supposedly roams the Himalayan
2884Reddish Named in honor of Vincent C. Reddish, former Astronomer Royal for Scotland and director of the Royal
2919Dali Named in honor of the great Spanish painter Salvador Dali (1904–1989), who in a career spanning over
3035Chambers Named in honor of John Eric Chambers (1969– ), graduate student at Manchester University, currently
3153Lincoln Named in memory of Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865), sixteenth president of the United States. Lincoln se
3154Grant Named in memory of Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822–1885), eighteenth president of the United States and
3218Delphine Named in honor of Delphine Jehoulet Delsemme, wife of astronomer Armand Delsemme {see planet  (2954)
3235Melchior Named in honor of Paul Melchior, well-known geophysicist, general secretary of the IUGG since 1971 a
3325TARDIS The acronym TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimensions In Space and derives from the long-runnin
3342Fivesparks Named in honor of Newton and Margaret Mayall, who have enriched the literature for amateur astronome
3506French Named in honor of Linda M. French, planetary scientist at the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and P
3508Pasternak Named in memory of Boris Leonidovich Pasternak (1890–1960), famous poet and writer. (M 12017) Paster
3528Counselman Named in honor of Charles C. Counselman III (1943– ), professor of planetary science at the Massachu
3642Frieden This planet is given the German form of the goddess Pax {see planet  (679)} in the hope for peace ar
3656Hemingway Named in honor of Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961), great American writer. (M 22498) Hemingway received
3768Monroe Named for Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962), née Norma Jean Mortensen (also known as Baker), renowned glamo
3924Birch Named in honor of Peter V. Birch. An astronomer at the Perth Observatory since 1970, Birch made many
4036WhitehouseAs a science journalist and particularly as BBC Online's Science Editor David Whitehouse (b. 1956) h
4105Tsia Named in honor of the ancient sun symbol used by Indians of the Zia Pueblo in central New Mexico (on
4137CrabtreeWilliam Crabtree (1610-1644), a cloth merchant in Salford, near Manchester, became the second person
4169Celsius Named in memory of the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius (1701–1744), renowned for devising the ther
4185Phystech Named in honor of the Moscow Physical and Technical Institute, the key institute in Russia for train
4231Fireman Named in memory of Edward Leonhard Fireman (1922–1990), on the staff of the Brookhaven National Labo
4288TokyotechFounded in 1881 as the Tokyo Vocational School, what is now the Tokyo Institute of Technology was ma
4321ZeroSamuel Joel “Zero” Mostel (1915-1977) was an American actor, singer and artist. A Tony Award winner
4323Hortulus The name is Latin for a small, cozy garden, sheltering those flowers that gave their names to minor
4325Guest Named in honor of John E. Guest, reader in Planetary Studies at University College, London, and a co
4339Almamater Named in anticipation of the 650th anniversary of Charles University (Univerzita Karlova) in Prague.
4342Freud Named in memory of Sigmund Freud (1865–1939), father of psychoanalysis. In 1885 he went to Paris and
4404Enirac Named in honor of the discoverer’s spouse Carine, herself an amateur astronomer. Always wanting to s
4511Rembrandt Named after Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, the greatest Dutch painter of the 17th century, born in 160
4580Child Named in honor of Jack B. Child, software engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Asteroid Projec
4758Hermitage Named for one of the largest museums in the world, the unique depository in St. Petersburg of works
4784SamcarinSamcarin is the Sanskrit word for wanderer. Name suggested by the SGAC Name An Asteroid Campaign.
4804Pasteur Named in memory of the great French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur (1822–1895), who proved
4808BallaeroBall Aerospace and Technology Corporation has contributed to the scientific investigation of minor p
4950House Named in honor of R. C. House, western novelist and journalist who has served, for the last 23 years
4962Vecherka Named for the popular St. Petersburg evening newspaper Vechernij Petersburg. The newspaper regularly
5033Mistral Named in memory of the great poet from the Provence, Frederic Mistral (1830–1914), whose entire life
5061McIntoshBruce A. McIntosh (b. 1929) worked at the National Research Council Canada. The radar meteor survey
5239Reiki Named in honor of Reiki Kushida, amateur astronomer and discoverer of supernova 1991bg, the first vi
5261Eureka Named for Eureka, an expression of joy after making a discovery. According to a story that is probab
5615Iskander Named in honor of Fazil’ Abdulovich Iskander (1929– ), well-known writer, poet, essayist, author of
5784YoronYoron island is located in the north of Okinawa prefecture. The name was suggested by Y. Ueno, who
5839GOINamed for Gosudarstvennyj Opticheskij Institut, the State Optical Institute, and its first director,
5890Carlsberg Named in honor of Carlsbergfondet, established in 1876 by Jacob Christian Jacobsen (1811–1887), phil
5961WattJames Watt (1736-1819) was a Scottish engineer whose improvements to the steam engine led to the rap
6236MallardIn 1938 the British steam locomotive “Mallard” set the world's speed record of 203 km per hour for s
6271Farmer Named in honor of Crofton Bernard Farmer, distinguished visiting scientist at the Jet Propulsion Lab
6391Africano Named in honor of John L. Africano, astronomer with the Air Force Maui Optical Station (AMOS), who h
6401Roentgen Named to commemorate the centennial of the discovery of x-rays by the German physicist Wilhelm Conra
6576Kievtech Named for the Kiev Polytechnical Institute-National Technical University of Ukraine, on the hundredt
6710Apostel Named in memory of the well-known Flemish philosopher Leo Apostel (1925–1995). He was a pupil of Cha
6790PingouinNamed for an Arctic bird, similar to the penguin of Antarctica. The pingouin become extinct in Newf
6827WombatThree species of this marsupial inhabit Australia and Tasmania. The common wombat is the most widesp
7000Curie Named in memory of Marie Curie (1867–1934), the only person to receive Nobel prizes for both physics
7081LudibundaFrom the Latin ludibundus, meaning merry or joyful, Ludibunda is a frolicsome, playful woman,
7083Kant Named for the great German philosopher Immanuel Kant (1724–1804), foremost thinker of the Enlightenm
7131LongtomLongtom, the nine-pound cannon in Treasure Island, is the nickname of the Nikon 10-cm refract
7536Fahrenheit Named in memory of Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686–1736), German physicist who invented both the alc
7608Telegramia Named on the 75th anniversary of the publication of the first IAU Circular, which was issued on 1922
8114LafcadioNamed in memory of Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904). Born of an Irish father and Greek mother on the Ioni
8298LoubnaNamed in memory of the Moroccan-Belgian girl Loubna, whose young life came abruptly to an end. May
8814RossevenWilliam Brendan Parsons, Seventh Earl of Rosse (b. 1936), was inspired to restore the 1.8-m reflecti
9059DumasAlexandre Dumas (1802-1870), the grandson of a French marquis and the son of a French general in Nap
9446Cicero Named in memory of Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C.), Roman statesman, lawyer, scholar and writer.
9545PetrovedomostiThe oldest Russian daily newspaper Sankt-Peterburgskie Vedomosti (“St. Petersburg News”) was
9769NautilusU.S. inventor Robert Fulton built a sailing ship/submarine called Nautilus in 1800. Jules Verne als
9770DiscoveryDiscovery was the name of the spaceship in Arthur Clarke's novel and Stanley Kubrick's movie 2001
9777EnterpriseThe U.S.S. Enterprise was the spaceship that appeared (originally in 1966) in the popular science fi
9969BrailleNamed in memory of Louis Braille (1809-1852), who invented the Braille language so that those who co
10093DieselNamed in memory of Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel (1858-1913), German thermal engineer, who devoted mu
10119RemarqueNamed in memory of Eric Maria Remarque (1898-1970) German novelist, chiefly known for his Im West
10119RemarqueNamed in memory of Eric Maria Remarque (1898-1970) German novelist, chiefly known for his Im West
10290KetteringThe Kettering Group of amateur space sleuths, founded in the 1960s by G. E. Perry, monitored and ana
10325BexaThe iceberg B10A, which measures some 80 km by 40 km, broke off from the Thwaites glacier in Antarct
10861CiskeCiske Staring was a courier in Amsterdam for the Resistance during World War II. This naming is to
11111RepunitA repunit (“repeated unity”) is a number consisting solely of the digit 1. The name was introduced
11341BabbageIntending to automate complex arithmetical calculations, British mathematician Charles Babbage (1791
11670FountainGlen Harold Fountain (b. 1942) is the project manager of the New Horizons Pluto Kuiper Belt mission.
11757SalpeterEdwin E. Salpeter (b. 1924), born in Austria, educated in Australia and the U.K., has been at Cornel
11998FermilabThe Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory was founded in Batavia, Illinois, in 1967. Among the disc
12431WebsterAlan Reginald Webster (b. 1939), a professor in the department of electrical and computer engineerin
12874PoissonSiméon-Denis Poisson (1781-1840) was a prolific French mathematician and inspiring teacher who left
14312PolytechSaint Petersburg State Technical University (former Polytechnical Institute), founded in 1899, is on
15438JoegotobedJoseph Gotobed (b. 1955) is network operations manager for the Lunar and Planetary Lab at the Univer
18624PrevertFrench poet and scriptwriter Jacques Prevert (1900-1977) portrayed love, joy and sorrow in ordinary
18876SoonerA sooner is a person settling on land in the early American west before the land was officially open
19695BillnyeBill Nye “The Science Guy”' (b. 1955) is one of the world's pre-eminent science educators. His pedag
19952AshkinaziAlexey Alexandrovich Ashkinazi (b. 1949) is deputy director for capital construction at CrAO. For 3
21073DarkskyPart of a worldwide initiative, Dark Sky Scotland promotes the use of Scotland's dark rural areas fo
21356KarlplankKarl James Plank (b. 1987) is a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search, a science competit
21389PshenichkaPaul Pshenichka (b. 1946), a 2004 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Excellence in Tea
21409ForbesMichael Andrew Forbes (b. 1987) is a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search, a science com
21454ChernobyGrant Fabian Chernoby (b. 1988) was awarded second place in the 2006 Intel International Science and
22589MinorTom Minor mentored a finalist in the 2006 Intel Science Talent Search (STS), a science competition f
22622StrongJoshua Strong mentored a finalist in the 2006 Intel Science Talent Search (STS), a science competiti
22840VillarrealMargo Villarreal mentored a finalist in the 2006 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC)
24611SvetochkaSvetlana Anatol'evna Biryukova (b. 1967), oldest daughter of the discoverer, graduated from Nizhnij
25156ShkolnikEvgenya Shkolnik (b. 1976) is an astronomer at the Lowell Observatory. Her research focuses on the c
27500MandelbrotBenoit Mandelbrot (b. 1924) is a French-American mathematician. He has studied geometric and physic
29081KrymradioThis minor planet is being named on the occasion of the eightieth anniversary of the “Crimean radio”
29193DolphynFlemish painter Willem Dolphyn (b. 1935), son of painter Victor Dolphyn and grandson of writer Wille
29391KnightKent Knight (1920-1994) was a founding member and past president of the Fort Bend Astronomy Club in
29700SalmonGeorge Salmon (1819-1904) was a fellow in mathematics at Trinity College, Dublin, and later a profes
29837SavageLeonard Jimmie Savage (1917-1971), American statistician, wrote important papers on the foundations
30150LaseminaraLaurie Seminara mentored a finalist in the 2014 Intel Science Talent Search, a science competition f
30718RecordsBrenda Records (b. 1946) served the Indiana University Astronomy Department for more than 20 years.
30857ParsecTo the nearest integer, the number of this minor planet represents one parsec in units of a trillion
31043SturmCharles-François Sturm (1803-1855) was a Swiss-born French mathematician. He proved a theorem that
31477MeenakshiMeenakshi Bose (b. 1997) was awarded second place in the 2014 Intel International Science and Engine
31939ThananonThananon Hiranwanichchakorn (b. 1998) was awarded best of category award and first place in the 2015
33154TalentDavid L. Talent was the contractor team leader for the NEAT camera transition to the 1.2-m AMOS tele
36060BabuškaPrague-born mathematician Ivo Babuška (b. 1926) is a professor at University of Texas. He achieved g
51663LovelockJames E. Lovelock (b. 1919) is a chemist, inventor, earth system scientist and author. He is best k
51895BiblialexaThe new Bibliotecha Alexandrina, opened in 2002, is an extraordinary cultural and scientific institu
55477SorobanThe soroban, or abacus, is an important tool of Japanese culture, used to calculate and record numbe
55555DNADeoxyribonucleic acid, the sine qua non of carbon-based life, is self-replicating, plays a ce
59800AstropisSince its first issue in 1994, the popular-science magagzine Astropis has earned an excellent
69263Big BenBig Ben, at Westminster, is the nickname of both the great bell and clock tower of the world's large
71489DynamocampDynamo Camp is the Italian location of the Hole in the Wall Association, a non-profit organisation t
113390HelvetiaHelvetia is an allegorical figure, similar to Justitia. She is a symbol for the nation of Switzerlan
113415RauraciaThis member of the Hilda group is the first unusual object discovered at the Jura Observatory. Raur
127689DoncaponeDon Giuseppe Capone (1922-2009), from 1956 rector of the diocesan Seminar of Alatri, wrote several l
129092SnowdoniaIn the northwestern region of Wales a range of scenic landscapes from sandy beaches to wooded valley
134160PluisThis minor planet is a tribute to all children with cancer. It is named for the discoverer's niece
142291DompfaffIn the German catholic liturgy Dompfaff is the common name for a cardinal (priest). It is also the n
192158ChristianChristian Apitzsch (b. 1968) is the first-born son of the discoverer. Speaking five languages, he st
194982FuriaAmateur astronomer and naturalist Salvatore Furia (b. 1924) founded in 1956 in Varese the “Societa'
202373UbuntuUbuntu, a philosophy focusing on people's relations with each other, emphasizes unity. Its origin i
204873FAIRThe Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) is an international science center for studying
274301WikipediaWikipedia is a free, copyleft, collaboratively edited online encyclopedia launched in 2001. In 11 ye
365443HolidayBillie Holiday (1915-1959), born Eleanora Fagan, was one of the greatest jazz singers and songwriter

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