100897 Piatra Neamt
|Discovery and designation|
|Discovered by||Alfredo Caronia and Luciano Tesi|
|Discovery site||Pistoia Mountains Astronomical Observatory|
|Discovery date||May 5, 1998|
100897 Piatra Neamt (provisional designation: 1998 JW3) is a main belt minor planet. It was discovered by Alfredo Caronia and Luciano Tesi in the Pistoia Mountains Astronomical Observatory, Italy, on May 5, 1998. It is named after Piatra Neamţ, A city in Romania.
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