Giuseppe Forti

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Asteroids discovered: 49
10591 Caverni [1] August 13, 1996
10928 Caprara [1] January 25, 1998
11337 Sandro [1] August 10, 1996
11621 Duccio [1] August 15, 1996
12044 Fabbri [1] March 29, 1997
12928 Nicolapozio [2] September 30, 1999
14659 Gregoriana [1] January 15, 1999
14953 Bevilacqua [1] February 13, 1996
15004 Vallerani [1] December 7, 1997
(15006) 1998 DZ32 [1] February 27, 1998
(15098) 2000 AY2 [2] January 1, 2000
15360 Moncalvo [1] February 14, 1996
(15418) 1998 DU35 [1] February 27, 1998
17019 Aldo [1] February 23, 1999
(18628) 1998 DJ33 [1] February 27, 1998
20200 Donbacky [1] February 28, 1997
(22517) 1998 DX32 [1] February 26, 1998
(26497) 2000 CS1 [2] February 3, 2000
(27005) 1998 DR35 [1] February 27, 1998
(27364) 2000 EJ14 [2] March 3, 2000
(29550) 1998 BE44 [1] January 25, 1998
(31153) 1997 UP22 [1] October 26, 1997
(33162) 1998 DT35 [1] February 27, 1998
(39871) 1998 DB33 [1] February 27, 1998
(39875) 1998 DS35 [1] February 27, 1998
42929 Francini [3] October 8, 1999
46702 Linapucci [1] February 28, 1997
(48381) 1977 SU3 [2] September 17, 1977
(48842) 1998 BA44 [1] January 25, 1998
49987 Bonata [3] January 3, 2000
(53053) 1998 XH9 [1] December 12, 1998
58572 Romanella [1] September 7, 1997
(58702) 1998 BX43 [1] January 25, 1998
58709 Zenocolò [3] February 14, 1998
70744 Maffucci[3] November 9, 1999
82463 Mluigiaborsi[3] July 21, 2001
(82657) 2001 PA14 [2] August 14, 2001
(86195) 1999 ST9 [3] September 30, 1999
(108702) 2001 OX16 [1] July 21, 2001
(103249) 2000 AA5 [2] January 3, 2000
103421 Laurmatt [3] January 6, 2000
108205 Baccipaolo [3] April 26, 2001
(121770) 2000 AV2 [2] January 1, 2000
(137082) 1998 XE9 [3] December 12, 1998
(153468) 2001 RO16 [2] September 9, 2001
(192927) 2000 AH6 [2] January 3, 2000
(193818) 2001 QH [3] August 16, 2001
(347537) 1999 YY13 [3] December 31, 1999
  1. 1 with M. Tombelli
  2. 2 with A. Boattini
  3. 3 with L. Tesi

Giuseppe Forti (December 21, 1939 – July 2, 2007) was an Italian astronomer and a prolific discoverer of asteroids.

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He worked at the Arcetri Observatory, in Florence (Italy), and several others. He was a member of the third IAU Division: Planetary Systems Sciences.[1] He died on July 2, 2007.[2]

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