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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designationsort descending Discovery Discoverer Observatory
1770 Schlesinger 1967 JR 1967-05-10 Cesco, C.U. & Klemola, A.R. El Leoncito
1919 Clemence 1971 SA 1971-09-16 Gibson, J. et al. El Leoncito
1905 Ambartsumian 1972 JZ 1972-05-14 Smirnova, T. Nauchnyj
1999 Hirayama 1973 DR 1973-02-27 Kohoutek, L. Bergedorf
4230 van den Bergh 1973 ST1 1973-09-19 van Houten, C.J. Palomar
1983 Bok 1975 LB 1975-06-09 Roemer, E. Tucson
4389 Durbin 1976 GL3 1976-04-01 Chernykh, N.S. Nauchnyj
2849 Shklovskij 1976 GN3 1976-04-01 Chernykh, N.S. Crimean Astrophysical Observatory
85121 Loehde 1976 KF3 1976-05-27 Lowe, A. Siding Spring
2261 Keeler 1977 HC 1977-04-20 Klemola, A.R. Lick

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