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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designation Discovery Discoverer Observatorysort descending
129988 Camerondickinson 1999 VH4 1999-11-01 Catalina Sky Survey
129985 Jimfreemantle 1999 UP51 1999-10-31 Catalina Sky Survey
129980 Catherinejohnson 1999 UN42 1999-10-28 Catalina Sky Survey
95824 Elger 2003 FP85 2003-03-28 Catalina Sky Survey
129982 Jeffseabrook 1999 UJ45 1999-10-31 Catalina Sky Survey
2658 Gingerich 1980 CK 1980-02-13 Agassiz Station
3316 Herzberg 1984 CN1 1984-02-06 Bowell, E. Anderson Mesa
25226 Brasch 1998 TP30 1998-10-10 LONEOS Anderson Mesa
7638 Gladman 1984 UX 1984-10-26 Bowell, E. Anderson Mesa
4859 Fraknoi 1986 TJ2 1986-10-07 Bowell, E. Anderson Mesa

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