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Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 23001–24000
... finalist † 23064 Mattmiller 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 ... Engineering Fair (ISEF) and Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award (IFYS) recipient † 23110 Ericberne 2000 AE Eric Berne, American psychiatrist* 23111 Fritzperls 2000 AG Frederick S ... Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) and Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award (IFYS) recipient † 23120 Paulallen 2000 AP50 Paul G ...
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... 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 1994. 1998 HN127 Kasey Lynn Borchardt, 2004 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge finalist † 20352 Pinakibose 1998 HC129 Pinaki Bose, 2004 Discovery Channel. 20371 Ekladyous 1998 KE30 Nicholas Samir Ekladyous, 2004 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge finalist † 20372 Juliafanning 1998 KS35 Julia ...
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... 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 China. 19550 Samabates 1999 JP61 Samantha Lee Bates, 2003 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC) finalist † 19551 Peterborden 1999 JL62 Peter Young Borden ... Gerin, 2003 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC) finalist † 19585 Zachopkins 1999 NU7 Zachary Harvey Hopkins, 2003 Discovery Channel Young ...

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