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Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 3501–4000
3503 Brandt 1981 EF17 John Conrad Brandt, American astronomer and author † 3504 Kholshevnikov 1981 RV3 Konstantin Vladislavovich Kholshevnikov, Russian. 1981 EE27 * 3525 Paul 1983 CX2 * 3526 Jeffbell 1984 CN Space scientist/writer Jeffrey F ... Bell* 3527 McCord 1985 GE1 Thomas Bard McCord, American astronomer (planetary geologist)* 3528 Counselman 1981 EW3 Charles Claude Counselman III, American planetary scientist † 3529 Dowling 1981 EQ19 Timothy ...
Planetary
... Planetary means relating to a planet or planets ... It can also refer to Planetary (comics), a comic book series by Warren Ellis and John Cassaday Planetary habitability, the measure of an astronomical body's potential to ...
Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 5001–5500
... GL5 Edward Teller (Ede Teller), Hungarian-born American physicist † ‡ 5007 Keay 1990 UH2 Colin S. 1979 MS6 - 5020 Asimov 1981 EX19 Isaac Asimov, Russian-American science fiction writer † 5021 Krylania 1982 VK12 * 5022 - 1984 HE1 * 5023 Agapenor 1985 TG3 Agapenor, mythical person related to Trojan War 5024 ... poet † 5034 Joeharrington 1991 PW10 Joseph Harrington, American astronomer † 5035 Swift 1991 UX Lewis A ...
Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 7001–7500
... of Name 7001–7100 7001 Noether 1955 EH Emmy Noether, German-born American mathematician † 7002 Bronshten 1971 OV Vitalii Aleksandrovich Bronshten, Russian meteor researcher † 7003 Zoyamironova 1976 SZ9 Zoya ... Thiemens, American chemist and areologist † 7005 Henninghaack 1981 ET25 Henning Haack, Danish curator of meteorites at the Geologisk Museum (Geological Museum) of the København Universitet (University of ... Timothy Jull, American meteoriticist, editor of the journal Meteoritics and Planetary Science † 7008 Pavlov 1985 QH5 Nikolaj Nikiforovich Pavlov, Russian astronomer † 7009 Hume ...
Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 6501–7000
... engineer † 6510 Tarry 1987 DF William and Nancy Tarry, Americans stationed in Alice Springs, Australia, who provided hospitality and assistance to the Shoemakers ... Rhoads, American astronomer, at one time of Jet Propulsion Laboratory or James Ely Rhoads, American astronomer* 6530 Adry 1994 GW * 6531 Subashiri 1994 YY A part of Oyama town at the ... Brazilian racing driver* 6546 Kaye 1987 DY Danny Kaye, American actor and comedian † 6547 Vasilkarazin 1987 RO Vasilii Nazarovich Karazin, Russian/Ukrainian scientist, founder of the University of Kharkov which now ...

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