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|Discovery and designation|
|Discovered by||E. W. Elst|
|Discovery date||February 4, 1989|
|1989 CB3, 1994 PV30|
|Epoch June 3, 2006 (JD 2453890.1370709)|
|1274.0501293 d (3.49 a)|
It was discovered on February 4, 1989 by Eric Elst at the European Southern Observatory and given the provisional designation "1989 CB3". It was later named "Iguanodon" after the dinosaur genus Iguanodon.
- Gianluca Masi, Sergio Foglia & Richard P. Binzel. "Search for Unusual Spectroscopic Candidates Among 40313 minor planets from the 3rd Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Moving Object Catalog".
- "9941 Iguanodon (1989 CB3)". JPL Small-Body Database Browser.
- MPC 47166 Minor Planet Center
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