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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designationsort ascending Discovery Discoverer Observatory
6898 Saint-Marys 1988 LE 1988-06-08 Shoemaker, C.S. Palomar
4451 Grieve 1988 JJ 1988-05-09 Shoemaker, C.S. & E.M. Palomar
10060 Amymilne 1988 GL 1988-04-12 Shoemaker, C.S. & E.M. Palomar
5061 McIntosh 1988 DJ 1988-02-22 McNaught, R.H. Siding Spring
3866 Langley 1988 BH4 1988-01-20 Debehogne, H. ESO
3797 Ching-Sung Yu 1987 YL 1987-12-22 Oak Ridge Observatory
4789 Sprattia 1987 UU2 1987-10-20 Balam, D.D. Victoria
5953 Shelton 1987 HS 1987-04-25 Shoemaker, C.S. & E.M. Palomar
4668 Rayjay 1987 DX5 1987-02-21 Debehogne, H. ESO
9161 Beaufort 1987 BZ1 1987-01-26 Elst, E.W. ESO

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