Asiago-DLR Asteroid Survey

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Asteroids discovered: 54
43511 Cima Ekar February 11, 2001
(46392) 2002 AO6 January 5, 2002
(48268) 2002 AK1 January 4, 2002
(51406) 2001 DL108 February 26, 2001
(55427) 2001 TF47 October 14, 2001
(55428) 2001 TN47 October 14, 2001
(57561) 2001 TA48 October 14, 2001
(57879) 2002 AD1 January 2, 2002
(64840) 2001 YW5 December 19, 2001
(65091) 2002 CF February 1, 2002
(68585) 2002 AY6 January 9, 2002
(72543) 2001 DN106 February 26, 2001
(77049) 2001 CH48 February 1, 2001
(77136) 2001 DP106 February 26, 2001
(82152) 2001 FR169 March 23, 2001
(82153) 2001 FT169 March 23, 2001
(83679) 2001 TB48 October 14, 2001
(83956) 2001 XX30 December 7, 2001
(88245) 2001 CH49 February 2, 2001
(88961) 2001 TH47 October 14, 2001
(89663) 2001 YN5 December 17, 2001
(89664) 2001 YU5 December 19, 2001
(89665) 2001 YO6 December 20, 2001
(89739) 2002 AL7 January 9, 2002
(89744) 2002 AG18 January 8, 2002
(89818) 2002 AX203 January 2, 2002
(89910) 2002 ED5 March 10, 2002
(90288) 2003 ET17 March 6, 2003
(94955) 2001 YS90 December 21, 2001
(95008) 2002 AH1 January 4, 2002
(95009) 2002 AJ1 January 4, 2002
(95024) 2002 AH18 January 8, 2002
(95209) 2002 CW February 2, 2002
(95474) 2002 EE4 March 10, 2002
(95475) 2002 EB5 March 10, 2002
(98866) 2001 AC53 January 15, 2001
(99439) 2002 CA1 February 2, 2002
(107393) 2001 CJ48 February 1, 2001
(107394) 2001 CJ49 February 2, 2001
(108072) 2001 FN168 March 22, 2001
(108108) 2001 FA192 March 22, 2001
(111561) 2002 AH3 January 5, 2002
(111562) 2002 AJ3 January 5, 2002
(111567) 2002 AT6 January 5, 2002
(111820) 2002 DK1 February 18, 2002
(123859) 2001 CO48 February 11, 2001
(123923) 2001 DQ106 February 27, 2001
(124891) 2001 TE47 October 14, 2001
(126424) 2002 CR February 2, 2002
(126776) 2002 EJ3 March 7, 2002
(126777) 2002 EN3 March 7, 2002
(126778) 2002 EV3 March 10, 2002
(132162) 2002 EJ8 March 7, 2002
(132265) 2002 EW125 March 11, 2002

The Asiago-DLR Asteroid Survey (ADAS) is a project to search for comets and asteroids, with special emphasis on near-Earth objects.

It is a joint venture between the Department of Astronomy of the University of Padua (using the Schmidt telescope at Asiago-CimaEkar) and the DLR - Institute of Space Sensor Technology and Planetary Exploration at Berlin-Adlershof, Germany. DLR stands for Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, the German Aerospace Center. Co-located with the Stazione osservativa di Asiago Cima Ekar, (Cima Ekar Observing Station), ADAS has IAU code 209.

Principal investigators are Cesare Barbieri (at Padua/Asiago) and Gerhard Hahn (at DLR Berlin-Adlershof).

The project works in collaboration with UDAS, the Uppsala-DLR Asteroid Survey.

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