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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designation Discovery Discoverer Observatorysort descending
4668 Rayjay 1987 DX5 1987-02-21 Debehogne, H. ESO
4252 Godwin 1985 RG4 1985-09-11 Debehogne, H. ESO
100940 Maunder 1998 MM47 1998-06-28 Elst, E.W. ESO
13585 Justinsmith 1993 TC20 1993-10-09 Elst, E.W. ESO
24732 Leonardcohen 1992 CL2 1992-02-02 Elst, E.W. European Southern Observatory
1886 Lowell 1949 MP 1949-06-21 Giclas, H.L. & Schaldach, R.D. Flagstaff (LO)
20789 Hughgrant 2000 SU44 2000-09-28 Juels, C.W. Fountain Hills
63129 Courtemanche 2000 WH183 2000-11-30 Sposetti, S. Gnosca
2300 Stebbins 1953 TG2 1953-10-10 Goethe Link Observatory
2227 Otto Struve 1955 RX 1955-09-13 Goethe Link Observatory

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