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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designation Discovery Discoverersort ascending Observatory
50412 Ewen 2000 DG1 2000-02-26 Yeung, W.K.Y. Calgary
294600 Abedinabedin 2008 AA3 2008-01-07 Ye, Q.-Z & Lin, C.-S. Lulin
340891 Londoncommorch 2007 CO54 2007-02-14 Ye, Q.-Z & Lin, C.-S. Lulin
291849 Orchestralondon 2006 OL2 2006-07-18 Ye, Q. et al. Lulin
1241 Dysona 1932 EB1 1932-03-04 Wood, H.E. Johannesburg (UO)
4809 Robertball 1928 RB 1928-09-05 Wolf, M.F. Heidelberg
1021 Flammario 1924 RG 1924-03-11 Wolf, M.F. Heidelberg
819 Barnardiana 1916 ZA 1916-03-03 Wolf, M.F. Heidelberg
834 Burnhamia 1916 AD 1916-09-20 Wolf, M. F. Heidelberg
70207 Davidunlap 1999 RP33 1999-09-04 Wolf, M. & White, M. Anza

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