Atsushi Sugie

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Asteroids discovered: 122
3997 Taga December 6, 1988
4289 Biwako October 29, 1989
4352 Kyoto October 29, 1989
4461 Sayama March 5, 1990
4873 Fukaya March 4, 1990
4952 Kibeshigemaro March 26, 1990
5008 Miyazawakenji February 20, 1991
5330 Senrikyu January 21, 1990
5332 Davidaguilar February 16, 1990
5435 Kameoka January 21, 1990
5440 Terao April 16, 1991
5448 Siebold September 26, 1992
5618 Saitama March 4, 1990
5623 Iwamori October 20, 1990
5825 Rakuyou January 21, 1990
6024 Ochanomizu October 27, 1992
6100 Kunitomoikkansai November 9, 1991
6139 Naomi January 10, 1992
6199 Yoshiokayayoi January 26, 1992
6306 Nishimura October 30, 1989
6321 Namuratakao January 19, 1991
6326 Idamiyoshi March 18, 1991
6329 Hikonejyo March 12, 1992
6655 Nagahama March 8, 1992
6657 Otukyo November 17, 1992
6794 Masuisakura February 26, 1992
7019 Tagayuichan March 8, 1992
7021 Tomiokamachi May 6, 1992
(7023) 1992 KE May 25, 1992
(7053) 1989 FA March 28, 1989
(7084) 1991 BR January 19, 1991
(7249) 1992 SN September 26, 1992
(7288) 1991 FE1 March 18, 1991
(7297) 1992 UG October 21, 1992
(7426) 1992 US4 October 27, 1992
(7589) 1992 SR1 September 26, 1992
(8094) 1992 UG3 October 24, 1992
(8186) 1992 WP3 November 17, 1992
(8360) 1990 FD1 March 26, 1990
(8366) 1990 UL1 October 20, 1990
(9037) 1990 UJ2 October 20, 1990
(9061) 1992 WC3 November 18, 1992
(9353) 1991 VM4 November 9, 1991
(9366) 1992 WR1 November 17, 1992
(9970) 1992 ST1 September 26, 1992
10142 Sakka November 15, 1993
10143 Kamogawa January 8, 1994
(10337) 1991 RO1 September 10, 1991
(10527) 1990 UN1 October 20, 1990
(10535) 1991 RB1 September 10, 1991
(10765) 1990 UZ October 20, 1990
(10766) 1990 UB1 October 20, 1990
(10840) 1994 LR June 1, 1994
(10909) 1997 XB10 December 5, 1997
(11290) 1991 RA1 September 10, 1991
(11888) 1990 UD3 October 19, 1990
(11923) 1992 WX November 17, 1992
(12264) 1990 CD February 1, 1990
(12283) 1991 EC March 9, 1991
(12308) 1991 VB5 November 4, 1991
(12328) 1992 SK13 September 26, 1992
(12334) 1992 WD3 November 18, 1992
(12349) 1993 GO April 14, 1993
(12717) 1991 HK April 16, 1991
(12728) 1991 RP1 September 10, 1991
(12744) 1992 SQ September 26, 1992
(13295) 1998 RE September 2, 1998
(13508) 1989 DC February 27, 1989
(13512) 1989 TH1 October 8, 1989
(13516) 1990 UO1 October 20, 1990
(13519) 1990 VM3 November 15, 1990
(14381) 1990 CE February 1, 1990
(14444) 1992 TG1 October 2, 1992
(14889) 1991 VX2 November 5, 1991
(14970) 1997 QA2 August 25, 1997
(14996) 1997 VY2 November 5, 1997
(15272) 1991 GH April 3, 1991
(15305) 1992 WT1 November 18, 1992
(15719) 1990 CF February 1, 1990
(15730) 1990 UA1 October 20, 1990
(15750) 1991 VJ4 November 9, 1991
(15765) 1992 WU1 November 18, 1992
(16508) 1990 UB3 October 19, 1990
(16523) 1991 BP January 19, 1991
(16559) 1991 VA3 November 9, 1991
(17469) 1991 BT January 19, 1991
(17515) 1992 UT1 October 21, 1992
(17559) 1994 AR1 January 8, 1994
(18429) 1994 AO1 January 8, 1994
(20085) 1994 LC June 1, 1994
(21037) 1990 EB March 4, 1990
(21116) 1992 SO September 26, 1992
(22331) 1992 AC1 January 10, 1992
(22350) 1992 US October 21, 1992
(23497) 1991 VG4 November 5, 1991
(23845) 1998 RB September 2, 1998
(24758) 1992 WZ November 17, 1992
(26120) 1991 VZ2 November 5, 1991
(26208) 1997 QJ3 August 28, 1997
(26215) 1997 VM2 November 4, 1997
(26367) 1999 CD1 February 2, 1999
(27771) 1991 VY2 November 5, 1991
(27972) 1997 TA18 October 8, 1997
(29229) 1992 EE1 March 10, 1992
(29309) 1993 VF1 November 15, 1993
(31126) 1997 SG2 September 19, 1997
(33028) 1997 QN August 24, 1997
(41042) 1999 VB2 November 3, 1999
(46572) 1991 VA5 November 4, 1991
(46573) 1992 AJ1 January 10, 1992
(46591) 1992 WS1 November 18, 1992
(46716) 1997 NX July 3, 1997
(52631) 1997 WC21 November 20, 1997
(58663) 1997 XZ10 December 9, 1997
(80664) 2000 BZ10 January 26, 2000
(86296) 1999 VA21 November 9, 1999
(129577) 1997 RA8 September 9, 1997
(148009) 1997 NW July 3, 1997
(152575) 1994 GY April 14, 1994
(164914) 1999 XV37 December 7, 1999
(283329) 1997 RG8 September 11, 1997
(399318) 1997 XJ1 December 4, 1997

Atsushi Sugie (杉江 淳 Sugie Atsushi?) is a Japanese astronomer. He works at the Dynic Astronomical Observatory and has discovered many planets while working there.[1]

The asteroid 3957 Sugie is named after him.[2]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Schmadel, Lutz D., Dictionary of minor planet names, (Springer-Verlag, 1992), 337.
  2. ^ Schmadel, 337.