Hiroshi Abe (astronomer)

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Asteroids discovered: 28
7097 Yatsuka[1] October 8, 1993
7837 Mutsumi[1] October 11, 1993
(8099) 1993 TE [1] October 8, 1993
8113 Matsue[2] April 21, 1996
8114 Lafcadio April 24, 1996
8120 Kobe November 2, 1997
8725 Keiko October 5, 1996
9985 Akiko[2] May 12, 1996
11322 Aquamarine August 23, 1995
11682 Shiwaku March 3, 1998
13176 Kobedaitenken [2] April 21, 1996
13643 Takushi April 21, 1996
14535 Kazuyukihanda September 1, 1997
16760 Masanori October 11, 1996
21262 Kanba [2] April 24, 1996
28340 Yukihiro March 13, 1999
29431 Shijimi April 12, 1997
35286 Takaoakihiro October 14, 1996
(43996) 1997 QH August 22, 1997
48778 Shokoyukako September 1, 1997
(48779) 1997 RH September 1, 1997
49699 Hidetakasato November 3, 1999
58622 Setoguchi [1] November 2, 1997
(65783) 1995 UK October 17, 1995
(90925) 1997 RK5 September 8, 1997
120735 Ogawakiyoshi October 7, 1997
134402 Ieshimatoshiaki September 1, 1997
136824 Nonamikeiko September 8, 1997
  1. 1 with Seidai Miyasaka
  2. 2 with Robert H. McNaught

Hiroshi Abe (安部 裕史 Abe Hiroshi?, 1958 -) is a Japanese amateur[1] astronomer affiliated with the Yatsuka Observatory. He is noted for numerous discoveries, including his 2007 discovery of the Nova Vulpeculae.[2] The minor planet Abehiroshi is named in his honor.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Takei, Dai; Tsujimoto, Masahiro; Drake, Jeremy; Ness, Jan-Uwe; Kitamoto, Shunji (July 13–20, 2008). "Suzaku Observations of the V458 Vulpeculae". 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly. Montréal, Canada. p. 3131. Bibcode:2008cosp...37.3131T. 
  2. ^ Martin Mobberley (2008). Cataclysmic Cosmic Events and How to Observe Them. Springer. p. 61. ISBN 0-387-79945-1. 
  3. ^ Luz D. Schamdel (2003). Dictionary of Minor Planets. Springer. p. 460. ISBN 3-540-00238-3. 

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