Asteroid (33511) Austinwang

Han Jie (Austin) Wang (b. 1998) was awarded best of category and first place in the 2016 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for his microbiology project. He also received the Gordon E. Moore Award. He attends the David Thompson Secondary School, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Orbit type: Main Belt 

Ref: MPC 105282

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Asteroid (33509) Mogilny

Daniel Mogilny (b. 1998) was awarded second place in the 2016 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for his systems software project. He attends the Holy Trinity School, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada.
Orbit type: Main Belt 
Ref: MPC 105282

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Asteroid (33508) Drewnik

Dennis Adrian Drewnik (b. 1998) was awarded best of category and first place in the 2016 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for his plant sciences project. He also received the Dudley R. Herschbach SIYSS Award. He attends the Sisler High School, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Orbit type: Main Belt 
Ref: MPC 105282

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Asteroid (33504) Rebrouwer

Rachel Elizabeth Brouwer (b. 2002) was awarded second place in the 2016 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her earth and environmental sciences project. She attends the Bedford Academy, Bedford, NS, Canada.
Orbit type: Main Belt 
Ref: MPC 105282

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Asteroid (25226) Brasch

Klaus Brasch (b. 1940) began volunteering at Lowell Observatory in 2008 as a portable telescope operator in our evening outreach programs. He is also an astrophotographer and writer; many of his images as well as Lowell-related articles have been published in Sky & Telescope and Astronomy magazines, among others.
Orbit type: Main Belt 

MPC 105281

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Asteroid (21375) Fanshawe

Located in London, Canada, Fanshawe College was founded in 1967, and developed a particular reputation for arts, media, landscape design and hospitality studies.
Name suggested by R. and P. Jedicke.
Orbit type: Main Belt 
Ref: MPC 105281

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SkyShed Observatories

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Deep-Sky Gems - Melody Hamilton

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All-Star Telescope

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Asteroid (40776) Yeungkwongyu

Canadian amateur astronomer William Kwong Yu Yeung (b. 1960), is one of the world’s most prolific amateur discoverers of asteroids. He has also found comets and J002E3, believed to be the Apollo 12 S-IVB stage.

Orbit Type: Main Belt

Ref: MPC 105279

 

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