Lenka Kotková

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Lenka Kotková (née Šarounová)
Lenka Kotková, Ondřejov Astronomical.jpg
Lenka Kotková at the Ondřejov Observatory
Born (1973-07-26) 26 July 1973 (age 40)
Dobřichovice
Residence Czech Republic
Nationality Czech
Fields Astronomer
Institutions Astronomical Institute AV ČR in Ondřejov
Alma mater Charles University of Prague
Known for Asteroids
Notable awards Cena Zdeňka Kvíze
Asteroids discovered: 253
7670 Kabeláč 20 August 1995
7849 Janjosefrič[1] 18 April 1996
7897 Bohuška 12 March 1995
8217 Dominikhašek[1] 21 April 1995
8229 Kozelský[2] 28 December 1996
8557 Šaroun 23 July 1995
9449 Petrbondy 4 November 1997
9671 Hemera 5 October 1997
10173 Hanzelkazikmund[1] 21 April 1995
10215 Lavilledemirmont 20 September 1997
10626 Zajíc 10 January 1998
10634 Pepibican 8 April 1998
(10919) 1998 AQ8 10 January 1998
11101 Českáfilharmonie 17 September 1995
11201 Talich 13 March 1999
11325 Slavický 17 September 1995
11326 Ladislavschmied 17 September 1995
11333 Forman[1] 20 April 1996
(11388) 1998 VU4 11 November 1998
11408 Zahradník 13 March 1999
11598 Kubík 22 July 22, 1995
11736 Viktorfischl 19 August 1998
12002 Suess[1] 19 March 1996
(12006) 1996 OO 20 July 1996
12051 Pícha 2 May 1997
(12054) 1997 TT9 5 October 1997
12468 Zachotín 14 January 1997
(12781) 1995 EA8 12 March 1995
13226 Soulié 20 September 1997
13406 Sekora 2 October 1999
14124 Kamil 28 August 1998
14550 Lehký 27 October 1997
14980 Gustavbrom 5 October 1997
15382 Vian 20 September 1997
15392 Budějický 11 October 1997
15403 Merignac 9 November 1997
15898 Kharasterteam[1] 26 August 1997
15902 Dostál 13 September 1997
15917 Rosahavel 28 October 1997
15925 Rokycany 10 November 1997
17600 Dobřichovice 18 September 1995
17625 Joseflada[1] 14 January 1996
18460 Pecková 5 August 1995
18838 Shannon[3] 18 July 1999
19291 Karelzeman[1] 6 June 1996
19364 Semafor 21 September 1997
20496 Jeník 22 August 22, 1999
20497 Mařenka 4 September 1999
21229 Sušil 22 September 1995
21655 Niklauswirth 8 August 1999
21664 Konradzuse 4 September 1999
21801 Ančerl 2 October 1999
21804 Václavneumann 4 October 1999
21985 Šejna 2 December 1999
22505 Lewit 19 October 1997
22697 Mánek 7 September 1998
23583 Křivský 22 September 1995
23648 Kolář 1 February 1997
(23710) 1997 UJ 20 October 1997
24046 Malovany 2 October 1999
(24829) 1995 SH1 22 September 1995
(24967) 1998 AX8 14 January 1998
25358 Boskovice 2 October 1999
(26897) 1995 PJ 5 August 1995
26986 Čáslavská 4 November 1997
27132 Ježek[1] 11 December 1998
27344 Vesevlada 26 February 2000
27960 Dobiáš 21 September 1997
27974 Drejsl 19 October 1997
27978 Lubosluka 29 October 1997
27986 Hanuš 4 November 1997
28019 Warchal 14 January 1998
28107 Sapar 22 September 1998
(29419) 1997 AD18 13 January 1997
29456 Evakrchová 24 September 1997
29471 Spejbl 27 October 1997
29472 Hurvínek 27 October 1997
29473 Krejčí[1] 21 October 1997
29484 Honzaveselý 9 November 1997
29528 Kaplinski 10 January 1998
(31027) 1996 HQ 18 April 1996
31324 Jiřímrázek 27 April 1998
33058 Kovařík[1] 22 October 1997
35237 Matzner 22 August 1995
35356 Vondrák[1] 25 September 1997
(35367) 1997 UW7 28 October 1997
(35459) 1998 DG20 27 February 1998
(36055) 1999 RP31 5 September 1999
(36174) 1999 SW2[2] 23 September 1999
(36184) 1999 TQ17 14 October 1999
36226 Mackerras 31 October 1999
36235 Sergebaudo 1 November 1999
37939 Hašler 16 April 1998
(38240) 1999 PB1 8 August 1999
38674 Těšínsko 9 August 2000
(39802) 1997 UO9 29 October 1997
(40137) 1998 QO60 28 August 1998
40410 Příhoda 4 September 1999
(40718) 1999 SU2 21 September 1999
(41222) 1999 XH15 2 December 1999
(41473) 2000 PU9 9 August 2000
(44234) 1998 QE29 26 August 1998
(44712) 1999 TJ5 4 October 1999
(44853) 1999 UR4 31 October 1999
46722 Ireneadler[1] 2 September 1997
(46860) 1998 QP60 27 August 1998
(48629) 1995 SP 18 September 1995
(48694) 1996 HP 18 April 1996
(48781) 1997 SL 20 September 1997
48782 Fierz 20 September 1997
49110 Květafialová[1] 16 September 1998
(49247) 1998 TL6 13 October 1998
51261 Holuša 13 May 2000
(51323) 2000 LQ8 4 June 2000
(52597) 1997 RM9 15 September 1997
(52603) 1997 TV9 5 October 1997
(52608) 1997 TM19 10 October 1997
(53057) 1998 XZ16 10 December 1998
(53263) 1999 FW6 25 March 1999
(55860) 1997 BQ6 31 January 1997
(58372) 1995 SQ 18 September 1995
(58440) 1996 HV[1] 21 April 1996
(58494) 1996 UF1 19 October 1996
58578 Žídek 24 September 1997
58579 Ehrenberg 24 September 1997
(58602) 1997 TG25 11 October 1997
(58818) 1998 HE2 20 April 1998
(59237) 1999 CF2 8 February 1999
60000 Miminko 2 October 1999
60001 Adélka 4 October 1999
60008 Jarda 14 October 1999
(63446) 2001 NV9 15 July 2001
(63687) 2001 QH154 30 August 2001
(67713) 2000 UF1 22 October 2000
(69950) 1998 VW4 12 November 1998
(70180) 1999 QM2 31 August 1999
(70433) 1999 TS3 2 October 1999
(70448) 1999 TS15[3] 7 October 1999
(70681) 1999 US4 31 October 1999
(70722) 1999 VY 1 November 1999
(72447) 2001 DP[1] 16 February 2001
(73934) 1997 SO2 24 September 1997
(74601) 1999 RK3 5 September 1999
(79442) 1997 UX 22 October 1997
(79753) 1998 TK6 13 October 1998
80179 Václavknoll 1 November 1999
81971 Turonclavere[4] 22 August 2000
(82464) 2001 OE17[1] 21 July 2001
(85330) 1995 QO 23 August 1995
(85479) 1997 NF3 9 July 1997
(85503) 1997 TF25 10 October 1997
(85509) 1997 UY7 28 October 1997
(85841) 1998 YR6[5] 20 December 1998
(90819) 1995 SN 18 September 1995
90936 Neronet 11 October 1997
90937 Josefdufek 11 October 1997
(91215) 1999 AN[6] 5 February 1999
(91431) 1999 RQ 3 September 1999
(91574) 1999 SV2 22 September 1999
(91592) 1999 TU3 2 October 1999
(91850) 1999 UN7 31 October 1999
(92064) 1999 WA13 26 November 1999
(92440) 2000 KG1 24 May 2000
(94258) 2001 CZ36 14 February 2001
(94266) 2001 DO[1] 16 February 2001
(96328) 1997 GC 2 April 1997
(96349) 1997 US7 23 October 1997
(96356) 1997 VH8 10 November 1997
(96603) 1998 YH12[5] 20 December 1998
(98095) 2000 RQ77 8 September 2000
(98096) 2000 RR77 8 September 2000
98127 Vilgusová[1] 24 September 2000
(99919) 1999 RR31 8 September 1999
(100308) 1995 HB[1] 21 April 1995
(100522) 1997 CA 1 February 1997
(101495) 1998 XJ3 10 December 1998
(101903) 1999 RR 3 September 1999
(102215) 1999 TR3 2 October 1999
(102531) 1999 UP4 31 October 1999
(106172) 2000 UF 19 October 2000
(108305) 2001 JX 11 May 2001
(108306) 2001 JZ 11 May 2001
(108641) 2001 NU9 15 July 2001
(118413) 1999 SP1 19 September 1999
(119083) 2001 NT9 15 July 2001
(120736) 1997 TA17 9 October 1997
(120742) 1997 VW1 4 November 1997
(121004) 1998 YQ27 29 December 1998
(121210) 1999 QG2 25 August 1999
(121322) 1999 SQ1 19 September 1999
(122280) 2000 PQ8 8 August 2000
(123851) 2001 CB37 14 February 2001
(129829) 1999 RP 3 September 1999
(129884) 1999 TB4 2 October 1999
(131181) 2001 CT41[1] 15 February 2001
(131352) 2001 JA1 11 May 2001
(134441) 1998 SK36 27 September 1998
(136823) 1997 QR 26 August 1997
(137076) 1998 XK3 10 December 1998
(137497) 1999 VH 1 November 1999
(138654) 2000 RP77 8 September 2000
(138980) 2001 CY36 14 February 2001
(150162) 1997 SO 20 September 1997
(150275) 1999 TR16 14 October 1999
(152592) 1995 SK1 22 September 1995
(152627) 1997 DF 26 February 1997
(152818) 1999 UK4 29 October 1999
(155395) 1995 SA5 25 September 1995
(157825) 1997 RE8[2] 12 September 1997
(157872) 1999 GJ6 14 April 1999
(160697) 2000 LB15 4 June 2000
(162095) 1998 QC29 25 August 1999
(162187) 1999 QR2 31 August 1999
(162478) 2000 OT9 31 July 2000
(164688) 1997 SO1 21 September 1997
(171512) 1998 RP20 14 September 1998
(173275) 1999 TQ16 14 October 1999
(178846) 2001 JT 10 May 2001
(181884) 1999 RS28 8 September 1999
(181905) 1999 SR1 20 September 1999
(187809) 1999 TS16 14 October 1999
(189458) 1999 RO31 4 October 1999
(190314) 1997 VU1[1] 1 November 1997
(190325) 1998 QQ60 27 August 1998
(192636) 1999 QL2 31 August 1999
(193631) 2001 CA37 14 February 2001
(193870) 2001 QF154[2] 29 August 2001
(200183) 1999 RO 3 September 1999
(200359) 2000 PB7[1] 1 August 2000
(202951) 1999 RE 3 September 1999
(213050) 1998 TS3 12 October 1998
(213251) 2001 CS41[1] 15 February 2001
(218068) 2002 FX1 18 March 2002
(219038) 1995 SK 17 September 1995
(234117) 1999 WZ12 11 November 1999
(234357) 2001 JA5 13 May 2001
(240295) 2003 FK2 23 March 2003
(243776) 2000 SH 18 September 2000
(246928) 1999 CV2 9 February 1999
(246959) 1999 TV3 2 October 1999
(269703) 1997 UR7 23 October 1997
(270027) 2001 JS 10 May 2001
(275565) 1999 SZ9 27 September 1999
(279606) 2011 ER24[1] 22 July 2001
(280281) 2003 FF1 22 March 2003
(282120) 2001 CU41[1] 15 February 2001
(285753) 2000 UE1 22 October 2000
(322781) 2001 OD17[1] 21 July 2001
(344078) 1998 QB29 25 August 1998
(350293) 2012 TX296 2 October 1999
(366349) 1999 RQ31 September 5, 1999
(370072) 2001 QA154 August 28, 2001
(382245) 2012 SU51 August 25, 2001
  1. 1 with P. Pravec
  2. 2 with M. Wolf
  3. 3 with P. Kušnirák
  4. 4 with J. Montanne
  5. 5 with A. Kolář
  6. 6 with L. Vašta

Lenka Kotková (née Šarounová; born 26 July 1973) is a Czech astronomer.

She is a prolific discoverer of asteroids. She works at Observatoř Ondřejov (Ondřejov Observatory), located near Prague.[1] Besides numerous main belt asteroids she also discovered Mars-crosser asteroid 9671 Hemera[2] and Hilda family asteroid 21804 Václavneumann.[3]

Lenka Kotková studied meteorology at the faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague. Her tasks at the Astronomical institute AV ČR in Ondřejov are primarily the development of databases, spectroscopical and photometric observation, and data processing. During her work at the department of inter planetary matter her main role was the observation of near-earth asteroids, along with Petr Pravec and Peter Kušnirák she identified a large proportion of known binary asteroids. In the same time period she discovered or co-discovered over one hundred asteroids. At the present time Lenka Kotková works in the stellar department as an observant with a two-metre Ondřejov telescope.

In the year 2000 she received the Zdeněk Kvíz Award of the Czech Astronomical Society for significant work in the research of variable stars.

The asteroid 10390 Lenka, discovered by her colleagues Petr Pravec and Marek Wolf in 1997, is named after her.[1] The asteroid 60001 Adélka, discovered by her in 1999, is named after her daughter.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "JPL Small-Body Database Browser Search: 10390 Lenka". Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Retrieved 2007-12-17. 
  2. ^ "JPL Small-Body Database Browser Search: 9671 Hemera". Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Retrieved 2008-06-18. 
  3. ^ "JPL Small-Body Database Browser Search: 21804 Vaclavneumann". Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Retrieved 2008-06-18. 
  4. ^ "JPL Small-Body Database Browser Search: 60001 Adelka". Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Retrieved 2007-12-17.