Carl W. Hergenrother

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Numbered Asteroids discovered: 32
6533 Giuseppina February 24, 1995
6613 Williamcarl June 2, 1994
7488 Robertpaul May 27, 1995
7489 Oribe June 26, 1995
7707 Yes April 17, 1993
7887 Bratfest September 18, 1993
7959 Alysecherri August 2, 1994
8109 Danielwilliam February 25, 1995
8711 Lukeasher June 5, 1994
(10571) 1994 LA1 June 5, 1994
12396 Amyphillips February 24, 2995
12789 Salvadoraguirre October 14, 1995
(13186) 1996 UM October 18, 1996
(16712) 1995 SW29 September 30, 1995
(24888) 1996 XS23 December 8, 1996
(26916) 1996 RR2 September 13, 1996
(32925) 1995 KF May 24, 1995
(35285) 1996 TR5 October 6, 1996
(37652) 1994 JS1[1] May 4, 1994
(37744) 1996 XU14 December 8, 1996
(39642) 1995 KO1 May 26, 1995
44192 Paulguttman June 18, 1998
55844 Bičák September 12, 1996
(69406) 1995 SX48 September 30, 1995
(85316) 1995 BA4[2] January 28, 1995
(85343) 1995 SX53 September 30, 1995
(118231) 1996 XQ18 December 8, 1996
(121725) 1999 XX143 December 13, 1999
(173176) 1997 KO May 29, 1997
(306387) 1994 GR8[2] April 5, 1994
(350455) 1997 SB5 September 27, 1997
(369982) 1998 BL10 January 20, 1998
  1. 1 with T. B. Spahr
  2. 2 with S. M. Larson

Carl W. Hergenrother (born 1973) is an American astronomer.[1]

Working with the Catalina Sky Survey and other colleagues, he has co-discovered a number of comets and asteroids.

These discoveries include one long-period comet, C/1996 R1 (Hergenrother-Spahr), and three periodic comets, 168P/Hergenrother, 175P/Hergenrother and P/1999 V1 (Catalina).

The Asteroid 3099 Hergenrother is named after him.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Davies, John Keith (2001). Beyond Pluto: exploring the outer limits of the solar system. Cambridge University Press. pp. 217–. ISBN 978-0-521-80019-8. Retrieved 16 June 2011.