Friedrich Karl Arnold Schwassmann

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Asteroids discovered: 22
435 Ella[1] September 11, 1898
436 Patricia[1] September 13, 1898
442 Eichsfeldia[1] February 15, 1899
443 Photographica[1] February 17, 1899
446 Aeternitas[1] October 27, 1899
447 Valentine[1] October 27, 1899
448 Natalie[1] October 27, 1899
449 Hamburga[1] October 31, 1899
450 Brigitta[1] October 10, 1899
454 Mathesis March 28, 1900
455 Bruchsalia[1] May 22, 1900
456 Abnoba[1] June 4, 1900
457 Alleghenia[1] September 15, 1900
458 Hercynia[1] September 21, 1900
905 Universitas October 30, 1918
906 Repsolda October 30, 1918
912 Maritima April 27, 1919
947 Monterosa February 8, 1921
989 Schwassmannia November 18, 1922
1192 Prisma March 17, 1931
1303 Luthera March 16, 1928
1310 Villigera February 28, 1932
  1. 1 with Max Wolf

Friedrich Karl Arnold Schwassmann (March 25, 1870 – January 19, 1964) was a German astronomer.

He was co-discoverer with Arno Arthur Wachmann of the periodic comets 29P/Schwassmann–Wachmann, 31P/Schwassmann–Wachmann and 73P/Schwassmann–Wachmann, and with Arno Arthur Wachmann and Leslie Peltier of the non-periodic comet C/1930 D1 (Peltier–Schwassmann–Wachmann).

Arno Arthur Wachmann was accompanied on finding Comet Schwassmann Wachmann or 73P by Fredrick Carl Arnold Schwassmann