Graham E. Bell

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Asteroids discovered: 56
18055 Fernhildebrandt[1] October 11, 1999
19619 Bethbell August 16, 1999
19630 Janebell September 2, 1999
20673 Janelle November 3, 1999
21651 Mission Valley July 19, 1999
22791 Twarog June 14, 1999
(22821) 1999 RS33[1] September 2, 1999
23989 Farpoint[1] September 3, 1999
24265 Banthonytwarog[1] December 13, 1999
24305 Darrellparnell[1] December 26, 1999
24308 Cowenco[1] December 29, 1999
25594 Kessler[1] December 29, 1999
(25595) 1999 YD9[1] December 29, 1999
(26436) 1999 YV4[1] December 28, 1999
(38249) 1999 QJ2 August 24, 1999
(38604) 1999 YJ4[1] December 27, 1999
(40331) 1999 MS1[1] June 17, 1999
(40437) 1999 RU33[1] September 6, 1999
(40438) 1999 RV33[1] September 6, 1999
(41057) 1999 VU22[1] November 12, 1999
(42925) 1999 TC6[1] October 6, 1999
(43031) 1999 VY25[1] November 14, 1999
(45178) 1999 XW143[1] December 13, 1999
(45253) 1999 YU4[1] December 28, 1999
(45255) 1999 YK13[1] December 31, 1999
(49300) 1998 VZ5[1] November 13, 1998
(49705) 1999 VC19[1] November 11, 1999
(49976) 1999 YR4[1] December 28, 1999
(49977) 1999 YS4[1] December 28, 1999
(59803) 1999 QH2 August 22, 1999
(59829) 1999 RZ32[1] September 7, 1999
(60268) 1999 XU38[1] December 6, 1999
(74595) 1999 QP[1] August 20, 1999
(75013) 1999 UJ4[1] October 29, 1999
(75071) 1999 VB19[1] November 11, 1999
(75076) 1999 VE22[1] November 12, 1999
(75551) 1999 YL4[1] December 27, 1999
(85877) 1999 CD8[1] February 13, 1999
(91529) 1999 RL193[1] September 13, 1999
(91903) 1999 VA19[1] November 10, 1999
(101615) 1999 CD9[1] February 14, 1999
(102218) 1999 TA6[1] October 5, 1999
(102219) 1999 TB6[1] October 6, 1999
(102625) 1999 VX27[1] November 15, 1999
(121072) 1999 DP3[1] February 17, 1999
(121184) 1999 NH[1] July 5, 1999
(121764) 1999 YH13[1] December 31, 1999
(137812) 1999 YU14[1] December 31, 1999
(148186) 2000 BG[1] January 16, 2000
(181886) 1999 RP32[1] September 9, 1999
(185753) 1999 RM193[1] September 13, 1999
(192591) 1999 CE8[1] February 13, 1999
(231776) 1999 XM127[1] December 10, 1999
(326317) 1999 VN23[1] November 13, 1999
(350344) 2012 UQ105[1] November 6, 1999
  1. 1 with Gary Hug

Graham E. Bell is an American astronomer. Along with Gary Hug, he operates Farpoint Observatory in Eskridge, Kansas.

He is a prolific discoverer of asteroids,[1] and co-discoverer of comet 178P/Hug-Bell.

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