Named in memory of Sigeru Kaho (1909–1981), an earnest researcher of variable stars at the Tokyo Observatory. His discovery of comet 1936 III (Kaho-Kozik-Lis) was the first cometary discovery in Japan in modern times. The Kaho prize, established after his death, has been awarded annually to an active amateur astronomer in Japan. (M 19336)
Name suggested by H. Fukushima.
Avastatud: 16-3-1988 Avastamiskoht: Kushiro Avastajad: Ueda, S., Kaneda, H.
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