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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designation Discovery Discoverersort ascending Observatory
249061 Anthonyberger 2007 TG298 2007-10-11 Wasserman, L.H. Anderson Mesa
246345 Carolharris 2007 TH298 2007-10-11 Wasserman, L.H. Anderson Mesa
1501 Baade 1938 UJ 1938-10-20 Wachmann, A. Bergedorf
4318 Bata 1980 DE1 1980-02-21 Vavrova, Z. Klet'
1691 Oort 1956 RB 1956-09-09 van Houten-Groeneveld, I. et al. Heidelberg
2413 van de Hulst 6816 P-L 1960-09-24 van Houten, J., et al. Palomar
18242 Peebles 2102 T-2 1973-09-29 van Houten, C.J. et al. Palomar
12136 Martinryle 3045 P-L 1960-09-24 van Houten, C.J. et al. Palomar
11769 Alfredjoy 2199 T-2 1973-09-29 van Houten, C.J. et al. Palomar
11762 Vogel 6044 P-L 1960-09-24 van Houten, C.J. et al. Palomar

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