Kenzo Suzuki (astronomer)

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Asteroids discovered: 42
3165 Mikawa[1] August 31, 1984
3178 Yoshitsune[1] November 21, 1984
3533 Toyota[1] October 30, 1986
3733 Yoshitomo[1] January 15, 1985
3828 Hoshino[1] November 22, 1986
(4035) 1986 WD[1] November 22, 1986
4037 Ikeya[1] March 2, 1987
4212 Sansyu-Asuke[1] September 28, 1987
4374 Tadamori[1] January 31, 1987
4445 Jimstratton[1] October 15, 1985
4488 Tokitada[1] October 21, 1987
4538 Vishyanand October 10, 1988
4604 Stekarstrom[1] September 18, 1987
4748 Tokiwagozen[1] November 20, 1989
4941 Yahagi[1] October 25, 1986
4945 Ikenozenni[1] September 18, 1987
4998 Kabashima[1] November 5, 1986
5240 Kwasan[1] December 7, 1990
5482 Korankei[1] February 27, 1990
5507 Niijima[1] October 21, 1987
5592 Oshima[1] November 14, 1990
(5724) 1986 WE[1] November 22, 1986
(5843) 1986 UG[1] October 30, 1986
(6444) 1989 WW[1] November 20, 1989
(6448) 1991 CW[1] February 8, 1991
(6967) 1991 VJ3[1] November 11, 1991
7237 Vickyhamilton[2] November 3, 1988
(7298) 1992 WM5[1] November 26, 1992
(7518) 1989 FG[2] March 29, 1989
(8351) 1989 EH1[2] March 10, 1989
(9547) 1985 AE[1] January 15, 1985
9865 Akiraohta[1] October 3, 1991
10725 Sukunabikona[1] November 22, 1986
(11478) 1985 CD[1] February 14, 1985
(11867) 1989 TW[2] October 4, 1989
(14357) 1987 UR[1] October 22, 1987
(16408) 1986 AB[1] January 11, 1986
(19138) 1989 EJ1[2] March 10, 1989
(23456) 1989 DB[2] February 26, 1989
(26830) 1990 BB[1] January 17, 1990
(32775) 1986 WP2[1] November 29, 1986
  1. 1 with T. Urata
  2. 2 with T. Furuta

Kenzo Suzuki (鈴木 憲蔵 Suzuki Kenzō?) is a Japanese astronomer from Toyota, Aichi, Japan.[1] Between 1984 and 1992, he, along with Takeshi Urata, discovered 34 minor planets.[2]

He is the discoverer of asteroid 3533 Toyota and it is named after his home town.[1][3]

Asteroid 5526 Kenzo is named after him.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 愛知県に関連した小惑星 (in Japanese). Aichi Department of Education. Retrieved 2011-03-02. 
  2. ^ "Minor Planet Discoverers". Minor Planet Center. International Astronomical Union. 2011-02-19. Retrieved 2011-02-03. 
  3. ^ "3533 Toyota". JPL Small-Body Database Browser. Jet Propulsion Laboratory. 2003-08-29. Retrieved 2011-03-02.