Minor planets named for truly remarkable people.


Irina Vladimirovna Zaitseva (b. 1988) is a finalist in the 2006 Intel Science Talent Search (STS), a science competition for high school seniors, for her materials science project. Native province of the discoverer. He attends the Asrary School, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


Masakichi Hioki (b. 1926), father of the first discoverer, is a mechanical engineer and composer of traditional Japanese songs. She attends the Ramana Academy, Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S.A. Pavel founded the Art Gallery; Sergej presented his Western-European art collection to the city of Moscow. The village is famous for its Bunraku puppet shows. The largest state in the continental U.S., Texas is well known for its proud and independent people, the Alamo, oil wealth, cowboys and cattle, April wildflowers and NASA's Johnson Space Center.


Nakama is a Japanese word meaning a group of persons who spontaneously come together and work for common purposes in education, community services, and other fields of work. His research spans stellar spectroscopy, galactic structure, and chemical composition and evolution of stars in the galactic field and star clusters and the Magellanic Clouds. Ageo is a city north of Tokyo in Saitama Prefecture.


Antonio Bernal (b. 1947) was the director of the Medellin Planetarium for two years. The discoverer thanks her for her enduring love and patience. The Shosanbetsu Observatory has a 0.65-m reflector.


Czech sculptor Josef Václav Myslbek (1848-1922) was a representative of realism. Some of his earliest memories are of her fascination with space. He was head of the obstetrics clinic in Martin, and she was a pediatrician at the Comenius University hospital and later head physician at the Suckling Institute in Bratislava.

Data from The IAU Minor Planet Center, mashed up by Leonard Richardson.

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