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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designation Discovery Discoverer Observatorysort descending
117390 Stephanegendron 2004 YK26 2004-12-19 Mt. Lemmon Sky Survey Mount Lemmon
8564 Anomalocaris 1995 UL3 1995-10-17 Shimizu, Y. et al Nachi-Katsuura
1905 Ambartsumian 1972 JZ 1972-05-14 Smirnova, T. Nauchnyj
5661 Hildebrand 1977 PO1 1977-08-14 Chernykh, N.S. Nauchnyj
4389 Durbin 1976 GL3 1976-04-01 Chernykh, N.S. Nauchnyj
8785 Boltwood 1978 RR1 1978-09-05 Chernykh, N.S. Nauchnyj
168358 CASCA 1996 DF2 1996-02-24 Balam, D.D. NRC Canada
150145 UVic 1996 BH1 1996-01-23 Balam, D.D. NRC Canada
100596 Perrett 1997 PN2 1997-08-09 Balam, D.D. NRC Canada
100416 SYang 1986 CB 1996-02-02 Balam, D.D. NRC Canada

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