|Discovery and designation|
|Discovered by||Ted Bowell|
|Discovery site||Lowell Observatory|
|Epoch May 14, 2008|
13327 Reitsema (1998 SC24) is a main-belt asteroid discovered September 17, 1998 by Edward L. G. Bowell at the Anderson Mesa Station of Lowell Observatory. It is named after Harold James Reitsema, an American astronomer who has been a participant in many of the successful occultation expeditions to determine sizes and shapes of minor planets, and he has also used occultations to study planetary atmospheres. The name was suggested by M. F. A'Hearn..
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