Murakami

(1950 DH )
CURRENT POSITION: 9 SCO 45
Incl: 8.80126
Eccent: 0.2544138
Period: 4.4277177268822 years
AU 2.6963311
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

17.2.1950 21:54 Heidelberg 8e43 49n24 observations 1

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Named in memory of Tadayoshi Murakami (1907–1985), professor of astronomy at the Hiroshima University, president of the Hiroshima Jogakuin College. He studied meteors extensively and encouraged many meteor observers in Japan. He contributed much to the teaching and popularization of astronomy in Japan, not only by lecturing at universities, but also by writing many books and articles over a period of fifty years. His father, Harutaro Murakami, studied lunar theory and is known for his work Theory of the perturbation of the Moon. (M 11442)

Name proposed by T. Urata, who found the identifications involving this planet.

Avastatud: 17-2-1950 Avastamiskoht: Heidelberg Avastajad: Reinmuth, K.

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