Fabrizio Bernardi

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Asteroids discovered: 5
65001 Teodorescu [1] January 9, 2002
78123 Dimare [1] July 10, 2002
78309 Alessielisa August 5, 2002
78453 Bullock September 3, 2002
99942 Apophis [2][3] June 19, 2004
  1. 1 with Andrea Boattini
  2. 2 with Roy A. Tucker
  3. 3 with David J. Tholen

Fabrizio Bernardi is an astronomer[1] who discovered an asteroid in October 2001, proceeded by near earth objects :2002 RQ25 3 (Sept. 2002), 2002 WP11 (27 Nov. 2002) and the NEO 2003 FB5 (26 Mar. 2003)[2] While at the Mauna Kea Observatories in Hawaii, discovered a comet subsequently named P/2005 V1 Bernardi.[3]

He was involved together with colleagues Marco Micheli and David Tholen, with observations of the asteroid 2007 WD5 while at the University of Hawaii observatory.[4]

Publications[edit]

ACM2002 Proceedings – Berlin: The Campo Imperatore Near Earth Objects Survey (CINEOS): Andrea Boattini, Germano D’Abramo, Giovanni B. Valsecchi, Andrea Carusi, Andrea Di Paola, Fabrizio Bernardi, Robert Jedicke, Alan W. Harris, Elisabetta Dotto and Fiore De Luise, et al.[5] In press. Discovery of the heavily obscured Supernova SN2002CV. Astronomy and Astrophysics, v.393, p.L21-L24[6][7]

Proceedings of the Planetologia Italiana Workshop – Bormio, Italy, 20–26 January 2001: CINEOS – Campo Imperatore Near Earth Objects Survey Expected background of asteroids and stars for the Wide Angle Camera of the Rosetta Mission[8]

Asteroid background for the Wide Angle Camera of the Rosetta Mission, Poster, Division for Planetary Sciences 2001, New Orleans, USA[9]

ESTEC Internal report, September 2000: Image simulation of the inner coma environment for the Wide Angle Camera of the OSIRIS experiment[10]

See also[edit]

Meanings of minor planet names: 65001–66000 Mauna Kea Observatory Rosetta mission

References[edit]

  1. ^ IAU retrieved 12:54 11.10.11
  2. ^ homepage retrieved 13:03 11.10.11
  3. ^ .ifa.hawaii 12:48 11.10.11
  4. ^ NASA retrieved 12:31 11.10.11
  5. ^ © Springer, Part of Springer Science+Business Media retrieved 14:32 11.10.11
  6. ^ © ESO 2002 retrieved 13:18 11.10.11
  7. ^ homepage retrieved 13:03 11.10.11
  8. ^ homepage retrieved 13:03 11.10.11
  9. ^ homepage retrieved 13:03 11.10.11
  10. ^ homepage retrieved 13:03 11.10.11

International Astronomical Union (IAU)

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