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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designation Discovery Discoverer Observatorysort descending
16037 Sheehan 1999 GX8 1999-04-10 LONEOS Anderson Mesa
2710 Veverka 1982 FQ 1982-03-23 Bowell, E. Anderson Mesa
32208 Johnpercy 1996 TQ59 et al 2000-07-28 Collins, M. et al Anza
108382 Karencilevitz 2001 KM21 2001-05-18 Collins, M. et al Anza
70207 Davidunlap 1999 RP33 1999-09-04 Wolf, M. & White, M. Anza
32207 Mairepercy 1999 HH11 et al 2000-07-28 Collins, M. et al Anza
156542 Hogg 2002 CM314 2002-02-13 Sloan Digital Sky Survey Apache Point
153686 Pathall 2001 TZ242 2001-10-14 Sloan Digital Sky Survey Apache Point
166745 Pindor 2002 TV307 2002-10-04 Sloan Digital Sky Survey Apache Point
249300 Karenmortfield 2008 UY 2008-10-18 Mortfield, P. Auberry

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