Giovanni de Sanctis

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Minor planets discovered: 43
2461 Clavel[1] March 5, 1981
2765 Dinant[1] March 4, 1981
2788 Andenne[1] March 1, 1981
2958 Arpetito[1] February 28, 1981
3016 Meuse[1] March 1, 1981
3121 Tamines[1] March 2, 1981
3235 Melchior[1] March 6, 1981
3268 De Sanctis[1] February 26, 1981
3308 Ferreri[1] March 1, 1981
3610 Decampos[1] March 5, 1981
3740 Menge[1] March 1, 1981
4192 Breysacher[1] February 28, 1981
4821 Bianucci March 5, 1986
4931 Tomsk[1] February 11, 1983
4993 Cossard[1] April 11, 1983
5248 Scardia[1] April 6, 1983
5365 Fievez[1] March 7, 1981
5388 Mottola[1] March 5, 1981
6168 Isnello[1] March 5, 1981
6364 Casarini[1] March 2, 1981
(6509) 1983 CQ3[1] February 12, 1983
(7156) 1981 EC2[1] March 4, 1981
7233 Majella March 7, 1986
7515 Marrucino March 5, 1986
(7810) 1981 DE[1] February 26, 1981
(7916) 1981 EN[1] March 1, 1981
(7922) 1983 CO3[1] February 12, 1983
(8453) 1981 EQ[1] March 1, 1981
(8454) 1981 EG1[1] March 5, 1981
(8619) 1981 EH1[1] March 6, 1981
(9278) 1981 EM1[1] March 7, 1981
9523 Torino[1] March 5, 1981
9722 Levi-Montalcini[1] March 4, 1981
(11479) 1986 EP5 March 6, 1986
(12987) 1981 EF2[1] March 5, 1981
16368 Città di Alba[1] February 28, 1981
(16372) 1981 EP1[1] March 7, 1981
17357 Lucataliano[2] August 23, 1978
(17403) 1986 EL5 March 6, 1986
(26800) 1981 EK1[1] March 6, 1981
(30768) 1983 YK[3] December 29, 1983
(52242) 1981 EX[1] March 3, 1981
69245 Persiceto[1] March 1, 1981
  1. 1 with Henri Debehogne
  2. 2 with Vincenzo Zappalà
  3. 3 with Giuseppe Massone

Giovanni de Sanctis is an Italian astronomer at the Osservatorio Astronomico di Torino (Astronomical Observatory of Turin) in Turin, Italy. His name is sometimes spelt DeSanctis, particularly in the Minor Planet Circulars.

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