Donald R. Davis
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Donald R. Davis is an American astronomer specializing in the evolution of the solar system. With William K. Hartmann, he was responsible for proposing a theory in 1975 of the creation of earth's moon by a catastrophic collision. Asteroid number 3638 is named in honor of Dr. Davis.
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