Makio Akiyama

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Asteroids discovered: 16
5333 Kanaya[1] October 18, 1990
5334 Mishima[1] February 8, 1991
5743 Kato[1] October 19, 1990
6251 Setsuko[1] February 25, 1992
6419 Susono[1] December 7, 1993
6792 Akiyamatakashi[1] November 30, 1991
6961 Ashitaka[1] May 26, 1989
7472 Kumakiri[1] February 13, 1992
8273 Apatheia[1] November 29, 1989
9033 Kawane[1] January 4, 1990
28004 Terakawa December 2, 1997
29624 Sugiyama October 2, 1998
35441 Kyoko January 31, 1998
40994 Tekaridake October 20, 1999
53157 Akaishidake February 5, 1999
55873 Shiomidake October 26, 1997
  1. 1 with Toshimasa Furuta

Makio Akiyama (秋山 万喜夫 Akiyama Makio?, 1950–)is a Japanese astronomer affiliated with the Susono Observatory. He is a prolific discoverer of asteroids, and the asteroid 4904 Makio is named after him.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Luz D. Schamdel (2003). Dictionary of Minor Planets. Springer. p. 423. ISBN 3-540-00238-3.