Adrián Galád

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Asteroids discovered: 73
11118 Modra[1] August 9, 1996
11614 Istropolitana[2] January 14, 1996
11636 Pezinok[2] December 27, 1996
11657 Antonhajduk[2] March 5, 1997
12482 Pajka[2] March 23, 1997
13154 Petermrva[2] September 7, 1995
14040 Andrejka[2] August 23, 1995
14098 Šimek[2] August 24, 1997
14509 Lučenec[2] March 9, 1996
14968 Kubáček[2] August 23, 1997
15860 Siráň[1] April 20, 1996
15946 Satinský[2] January 8, 1998
16869 Košinár[2] January 10, 1998
20180 Annakolény[2] December 27, 1996
(20664) 1999 UV4[3] October 31, 1999
22429 Jurašek[2] December 27, 1996
22440 Bangsgaard[2] May 17, 1996
24194 Paľuš[1] December 8, 1999
24949 Klačka[2] August 4, 1997
24959 Zielenbach[2] October 3, 1997
27896 Tourminator[2] July 13, 1996
(28753) 2000 HA[4] April 18, 2000
29650 Toldy[5] April 18, 2000
(31234) 1998 CL1[2] February 7, 1998
(33137) 1998 DO1[2] February 20, 1998
(35621) 1998 JD4[2] May 15, 1998
(39892) 1998 FQ5[2] March 23, 1998
42849 Podjavorinská[5] September 15, 1999
(43994) 1997 PF3[2] August 11, 1997
(55900) 1998 CQ[2] February 3, 1998
(58713) 1998 DS[2] February 19, 1998
(59378) 1999 FV3[3] March 19, 1999
(59415) 1999 GJ[3] April 4, 1999
(60009) 1999 TL17[3] October 15, 1999
60972 Matenko[5] May 23, 2000
(65851) 1997 EM2[2] March 4, 1997
(66669) 1999 TE15[5] October 12, 1999
(71282) 2000 AC48[5] January 6, 2000
(74826) 1999 TN17[5] October 13, 1999
(80009) 1999 GD2[4] April 8, 1999
(85494) 1997 TS[2] October 4, 1997
(85575) 1998 DC1[2] February 19, 1998
(85577) 1998 DC2[2] February 21, 1998
(90996) 1998 AQ7[2] January 8, 1998
(91011) 1998 CH2[2] February 8, 1998
(91156) 1998 QS60[3] August 31, 1998
(91602) 1999 TM17[5] October 13, 1999
(96392) 1998 DH[2] February 17, 1998
(99912) 1995 UY44[5] October 31, 1995
(100521) 1997 BX5[2] January 26, 1997
(100595) 1997 PA2[2] August 4, 1997
(100603) 1997 RN9[2] September 15, 1997
(100707) 1998 BW14 January 25, 1998
(100737) 1998 DR9[2] February 23, 1998
(101966) 1999 RO43[5] September 14, 1999
(102532) 1999 UU4[3] October 31, 1999
(120683) 1997 CJ6[2] February 6, 1997
123852 Jánboďa[6] February 15, 2001
(134403) 1997 SC[2] September 16, 1997
(136765) 1996 JA[2] May 5, 1996
(136822) 1997 PW4[2] August 10, 1997
(145770) 1997 TW24[2] October 13, 1997
(148021) 1998 CT[2] February 4, 1998
(168398) 1998 DG[2] February 17, 1998
(171619) 2000 CX2[5] February 2, 2000
(173177) 1997 SW4[5] September 23, 1997
(181783) 1998 BV14 January 25, 1998
(205022) 1998 AW4[2] January 7, 1998
(215113) 1998 DD2[2] February 21, 1998
(216524) 2001 HM20[3] April 27, 2001
(219090) 1998 RA[3] September 1, 1998
(241590) 1998 BM4 January 23, 1998
(257514) 1997 CL4[2] February 3, 1997
(285116) 1995 SN1 September 18, 1995
(298963) 2004 VM15 November 5, 2004
(305582) 2008 YX44 January 25, 1998
(310390) 1998 HC2[2] April 17, 1998
(356985) 1997 SA[2] September 16, 1997
  1. 1 with D. Kalmančok
  2. 2 with A. Pravda
  3. 3 with J. Tóth
  4. 4 with L. Kornoš
  5. 5 with P. Kolény
  6. 6 with Š. Gajdoš

Adrián Galád is a Slovak astronomer.[1] He is a prolific discoverer of asteroids.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Prokopčák, Tomáš (2009-07-28). "Adrián Galád: Amatéri majú výhodu. Čas" (in Slovak). SME. Retrieved 24 April 2010.