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1999 XE54 Matthew Miller, American mentor of a 2004 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC) finalist † 23066 Yihedong 1999 XN54 Yihe Dong, American winner of the 2007 Intel International ... winner of the 2007 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) and Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award (IFYS) recipient † 23110 ... Engineering Fair (ISEF) and Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award (IFYS) recipient † 23120 Paulallen 2000 AP50 Paul G ...
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19251 Totziens 1994 RY1 Tot ziens!, Dutch for 'Au revoir' the discovery was made shortly after the 1994 IAU meeting in The Hague † 19258 Gongyi 1995 FT20 Gongyi, Henan, People's Republic of. 1999 JP61 Samantha Lee Bates, 2003 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC) finalist † 19551 Peterborden 1999 JL62 Peter Young Borden, 2003 Discovery Channel Young ... Gerin, 2003 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC) finalist † 19585 Zachopkins 1999 NU7 Zachary Harvey Hopkins, 2003 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC ...
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... XL Koichi Takahashi, director of the Hiroshima Chapter of the Young Astronauts Club of Japan since 1998, and his wife Yuko (a medical doctor and a pharmacist, respectively) † 20073 Yumiko. 20351 Kaborchardt 1998 HN127 Kasey Lynn Borchardt, 2004 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge finalist † 20352 Pinakibose 1998 HC129 Pinaki Bose, 2004 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge. 20371 Ekladyous 1998 KE30 Nicholas Samir Ekladyous, 2004 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge finalist † 20372 Juliafanning 1998 KS35 Julia ...

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