|Discovery and designation|
|Discovered by||E. Bowell|
|Discovery date||February 5, 1984|
|MPC designation||9930 Billburrows|
|1984 CP, 1961 CO, 1961 EF, 1980 BB6|
|Epoch October 27, 2007|
Discovered on February 5, 1984 by Ted Bowell working at the Anderson Mesa Station of the Lowell Observatory, it was given the provisional designation "1984 CP". It was later renamed "Billburrows" after William E. Burrows, a professor at New York University who founded the Science, Health and Environmental Reporting school there. The name was suggested by E. M. Standish.
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- MPC 43043 Minor Planet Center
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