Carlos Ulrrico Cesco

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Carlos Ulrico Cesco (died 1987) was an Argentine astronomer. He lived most of his life in San Juan, Argentina. He discovered numerous asteroids.

The Carlos Ulrico Cesco Observatory is named after him.

Another Argentine astronomer, Reynaldo Cesco, was his older brother. They both studied at the Universidad de la Plata.

Asteroids discovered: 20
1770 Schlesinger [1] May 10, 1967
1829 Dawson [1] May 6, 1967
1867 Deiphobus March 3, 1971
1917 Cuyo [2] January 1, 1968
1919 Clemence [3] September 16, 1971
1920 Sarmiento [3] November 11, 1971
1958 Chandra September 24, 1970
1991 Darwin [1] May 6, 1967
2308 Schilt [1] May 6, 1967
2399 Terradas June 17, 1971
2504 Gaviola [1] May 6, 1967
3833 Calingasta [3] September 27, 1971
5299 Bittesini June 8, 1969
5757 Tichá [1] May 6, 1967
6810 Juanclariá April 9, 1969
8127 Beuf April 27, 1967
8128 Nicomachus [1] May 6, 1967
10450 Girard [1] May 6, 1967
11437 Cardalda [3] September 16, 1971
(30720) 1969 GB April 9, 1969
  1. 1 with Arnold Richard Klemola
  2. 2 with A. G. Samuel
  3. 3 with James B. Gibson