Kuroiwa

(1994 CB2 )
CURRENT POSITION: 0 ARI 46
Incl: 2.20477
Eccent: 0.0963398
Period: 3.329308730128 years
AU 2.2295779
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

8.2.1994 13:30 Kitami 143e47 43n46 observations 1

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Named in memory of Goro Kuroiwa (1912-1990), Japanese astronomer and observer of variable stars. A student in the department of astronomy at the University of Tokyo on the occasion of the total solar eclipse on 1936 June 19, he independently discovered the nova CP Lac, along with Kazuaki Gomi. While serving with the Japanese army in 1942 he independently discovered the nova CP Pup. He represented Japan in the geodetic survey program using photoelectric observations of lunar occultations, carried out from 1950 to the 1960s by the U.S. Army Map Service Far East.

Named in memory of Goro Kuroiwa (1912–1990), Japanese astronomer and observer of variable stars. A student in the department of astronomy at the University of Tokyo on the occasion of the total solar eclipse on 1936 June 19, he independently discovered the nova CP Lac, along with Kazuaki Gomi {see planet  (7035)}. While serving with the Japanese army in 1942 he independently discovered the nova CP Pup. He represented Japan in the geodetic survey program using photoelectric observations of lunar occultations, carried out from 1950 to the 1960s by the U.S. Army Map Service Far East. (M 34343)

Avastatud: 8-2-1994 Avastamiskoht: Kitami Avastajad: Endate, K., Watanabe, K.

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