6696 Eubanks (1986 RC1) is a main-belt asteroid discovered on September 1, 1986 by Oak Ridge Observatory at Harvard.
It is named after T. Marshall Eubanks of the US Naval Observatory, in honor of his contributions to astronomy and geodesy, among them his development of the navy radio interferometry network and his analysis of data relating to Earth's rotation and polar motion. The name was proposed by I. I. Shapiro.
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