Meanings of minor planet names: 21001–22000

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As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the IAU's Minor Planet Center, and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAU's naming conventions. The list below concerns those minor planets in the specified span of numbers that have received names, and explains the meanings of those names. Besides the Minor Planet Circulars (in which the citations are published), a key source is Lutz D. Schmadel's Dictionary of Minor Planet Names. Meanings that do not quote a reference (the "†" links) are tentative.

Minor planets not yet given a name have not been included in this list.

Name Provisional Designation Source of Name
21001–21100
21001 Trogrlic 1987 GF Yvan, Marie, Jean, Émilienne, Yvonne and Liliane Trogrlic, respectively grandfather, grandmother, uncle, mother and aunts of the discoverer
21010 Kishon 1988 PL2 Ephraim Kishon, Israeli author, journalist, satirist, and script-writer
21014 Daishi 1988 TS1 Daishi grade school, Kōchi, Japan, attended by the discoverer 1937–1943
21016 Miyazawaseiroku 1988 VA Seiroku Miyazawa, Japanese publisher, brother of Kenji Miyazawa, the author of Night On The Milky Way Train and The Twin Stars
21022 Ike 1989 CR Koichi Ike, Japanese friend and assistant of the discoverer
21029 Adorno 1989 TA6 Theodor W. Adorno (1903–1969), German philosopher and musicologist, was a leading figure in the Frankfurter Schule of critical theory. [MPC 85013]
21035 Iwabu 1990 AE Shimeichi Iwabu (born 1914) became enthralled with total eclipses after witnessing his first in Hokkaido in 1963.
21036 Nakamurayoshi 1990 BA2 Yoshihiro Nakamura (born 1947) retired from his planetarium manufacturing company in 2007 and is now well known as an amateur astronomer in Chiba Prefecture.
21047 Hodierna 1990 SE5 Giovanni Batista Hodierna, Italian (Sicilian) mathematician and astronomer
21050 Beck 1990 TG2 Hans G. Beck, German astronomer and head of the department for astronomical instruments of Carl Zeiss, Jena
21059 Penderecki 1991 GR10 Krzysztof Penderecki, Polish composer and conductor
21062 Iasky 1991 JW1 Robert Iasky, Australian geophysicist, discoverer of the Woodleigh impact crater in Western Australia
21064 Yangliwei 1991 LY1 Yang Liwei, first Chinese citizen in space
21065 Jamesmelka 1991 NM James Melka (b. 1942), an amateur astronomer. [MPC 84673]
21074 Rügen 1991 RA4 The island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea, a popular resort
21075 Heussinger 1991 RF4 Adalbert Heussinger, Austrian Catholic Minorite, theologian and philosopher
21076 Kokoschka 1991 RG4 Oskar Kokoschka, Austrian Expressionist painter and poet
21082 Araimasaru 1991 TG2 Masaru Arai, Japanese amateur astronomer, discoverer of comet C/1991 A2
21088 Chelyabinsk 1992 BL2 Chelyabinsk, a city in the Urals, Siberia. [MPC 84674]
21087 Petsimpallas 1992 BH2 Peter Simon Pallas, 18th/19th-century German naturalist and explorer, discoverer of pallasites, Pallas's Cat and several other animals and plants
21089 Mochizuki 1992 CQ Seiji Mochizuki, Japanese designer of the 0.6-m reflector at Geisei Observatory
21101–21200
21109 Sünkel 1992 RY Hans Sünkel, Austrian mathematical geodesist and geoinformatician
21110 Karlvalentin 1992 RC1 Karl Valentin (Valentin Ludwig Fey), German (Bavarian) actor, comedian, and writer
21118 Hezimmermann 1992 SB17 Helmut Zimmermann, German astronomer
21125 Orff 1992 YZ4 Carl Orff, German composer, best known for his Carmina burana
21128 Chapuis 1993 BJ5 Grégoire Chapuis, 18th-century Belgian surgeon and educator, mayor of Verviers, beheaded for blasphemy for his promotion of civil weddings
21148 Billramsey 1993 HN1 William ("Bill") D. Ramsey, American amateur astronomer who assisted in organizing the Palomar Observatory's 1.2-m Schmidt Oschin Telescope plate archive
21149 Kenmitchell 1993 HY5 Ken Mitchell, Australian geological field assistant for the Australian Geological Survey Organization and other exploration groups, who discovered the shatter cones at Lawn Hill, Queensland, and at Amelia Creek in the Davenport Ranges of the Northern Territory
21201–21300
21219 Mascagni 1994 WV1 Pietro Mascagni (1863–1945), an Italian conductor and composer.
21229 Sušil 1995 SM1 František Sušil, Czech folklorist
21234 Nakashima 1995 WG Takashi Nakashima, Japanese amateur astronomer, member of the Kumamoto Civil Astronomical Observatory
21238 Panarea 1995 WV7 Panarea, a volcanic island placed in the south of Italy.
21250 Kamikouchi 1995 YQ2 Kamikouchi, a Japanese scenic point nominated as a "Special Natural Treasure" in 1952
21254 Jonan 1996 BG2 Jonan, Kumamoto, Japan, where the Kumamoto Civil Astronomical Observatory is located, on the occasion of the observatory's twentieth anniversary
21257 Jižní Čechy 1996 DS2 Jižní Čechy, region of the Czech republic
21258 Huckins 1996 EH1 Earle Knowlen Huckins, III, American Deputy Associate Administrator in the Office of Space Science at NASA Headquarters
21262 Kanba 1996 HA2 Minatsu Kanba, Japanese member of the Matsue Astronomy Club and an observing partner of the discoverer
21269 Bechini 1996 LG Roberto Bechini, Italian amateur astronomer
21270 Otokar 1996 OK Otokar Březina (Václav Jebavý), Czech lyric poet, and one of the leaders of the symbolist movement
21275 Tosiyasu 1996 SJ7 Tosiyasu Funakosi, Japanese amateur astronomer
21276 Feller 1996 TF5 William (Vilim) Feller, Croatian-American mathematician
21289 Giacomel 1996 VB1 Luigino Giacomel, an engineer for the Italian company European Industrial Engineering.
21290 Vydra 1996 VR1 The Vydra, a river in southern Bohemia, Czech Republic
21301–21400
21306 Marani 1996 XF2 Giorgio "Doddo" Marani, Italian mechanic, friend of the discoverer
21311 Servius 1996 XC9 Servius Tullius, sixth king of Rome, who constructed the first wall around the city
21313 Xiuyanyu 1996 XY14 Xiuyanyu, a reputed kind of jade produced in Xiuyan County, in northeastern China
21328 Otashi 1997 AM13 Ota, Gunma prefecture, Japan
21331 Lodovicoferrari 1997 BO Lodovico Ferrari, 16th-century Italian mathematician
21346 Marieladislav 1997 EL11 Marie Pravcová and Ladislav Pravec, parents of the discoverer
21351 Bhagwat 1997 EC36 Samuel Mohun Bhagwat, American finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21355 Pikovskaya 1997 FZ3 Olga Pikovskaya, American finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21356 Karlplank 1997 FG4 Karl James Plank, American finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21357 Davidying 1997 FJ4 David Qianli Ying, American finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21358 Mijerbarany 1997 GT15 Michael Jeremy Barany, American finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21359 Geng 1997 GN22 Sherri Yifan Geng, American finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21363 Jotwani 1997 HX11 Pooja Sunil Jotwani, American finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21364 Lingpan 1997 HS12 Ling Pan, American finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21369 Gertfinger 1997 NO4 Gert Finger, of the European Southern Observatory, leader in the use of infrared sensors in the highest quality instrumentation
21380 Devanssay 1998 DB20 Jean Benoît De Vanssay, French amateur astronomer and optician
21387 Wafakhalil 1998 FW16 Wafa Khalil, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2004
21388 Moyanodeburt 1998 FJ25 Maria Adela Moyano de Burt, Intel ISEF Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2004
21389 Pshenichka 1998 FX27 Paul Pshenichka, Intel ISEF Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2004
21390 Shindo 1998 FV28 Shindo Akihiko, Intel ISEF Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2004
21391 Rotanner 1998 FY31 Roberta Tanner, Intel ISEF Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2004
21392 Helibrochier 1998 FH32 Hélio Luiz Brochier, Intel ISEF Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2003
21393 Kalygeringer 1998 FF34 Karen Lynn Geringer, American finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21394 Justinbecker 1998 FY35 Justin Scott Becker, American finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21395 Albertofilho 1998 FJ41 Alberto Dal Molin Filho, Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2003
21396 Fisher-Ives 1998 FC52 Russ Fisher-Ives, Intel ISEF Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2003
21397 Leontovich 1998 FJ54 Alexander Leontovich, Intel ISEF Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2003
21398 Zengguoshou 1998 FX55 Zeng Guoshou, Intel ISEF Excellence in Teaching Award winner for 2003
21399 Bateman 1998 FG57 Ailish Elizabeth Bateman, American finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21400 Ahdout 1998 FM57 Zimra Payvand Ahdout, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21401–21500
21401 Justinkovac 1998 FC58 Justin Alexander Kovac, American Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS) 2005 finalist
21402 Shanhuang 1998 FE58 Shan Yuan Huang, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21403 Haken 1998 FN58 Ian Robert Haken, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21404 Atluri 1998 FD61 Kamalakar Atluri, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21405 Sagarmehta 1998 FU61 Sagar Viplov Mehta, American Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS) 2005 finalist
21406 Jimyang 1998 FZ63 Jimmy Chen Yang, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21407 Jessicabaker 1998 FL64 Jessica Leann Baker, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21408 Lyrahaas 1998 FZ64 Lyra Creamer Haas, American Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS) 2005 finalist
21409 Forbes 1998 FC65 Michael Andrew Forbes, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21410 Cahill 1998 FH65 James Andrew Cahill, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21411 Abifraeman 1998 FY66 Abigail Ann Fraeman, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21412 Sinchanban 1998 FJ67 Sinchan Banerjee, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21413 Albertsao 1998 FS68 Albert Tsao, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21414 Blumenthal 1998 FQ69 Daniel Abraham Blumenthal, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21415 Nicobrenner 1998 FM70 Nicole Rachelle Brenner, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21416 Sisichen 1998 FN70 Sisi Monica Chen, American Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS) 2005 finalist
21417 Kelleyharris 1998 FF71 Kelley Harris, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21418 Bustos 1998 FY71 Miguel Angel Bustos, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21419 Devience 1998 FP72 Stephen Jacob DeVience, American Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS) 2005 finalist
21421 Nealwadhwa 1998 FJ78 Neal Wadhwa, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21422 Alexacarey 1998 FL78 Alexa A. Carey, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21423 Credo 1998 FJ79 Timothy Frank Credo, American Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS) 2005 finalist
21424 Faithchang 1998 FU79 Faith Kan Chang, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21425 Cordwell 1998 FR90 Robert Thomas Cordwell, American Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS) 2005 finalist
21426 Davidbauer 1998 FP93 David Lawrence Vigliarolo Bauer, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21427 Ryanharrison 1998 FK97 Ryan Marques Harrison, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21428 Junehokim 1998 FR103 June-Ho Kim, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21429 Gulati 1998 FG104 Abhi Gulati, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21430 Brubrew 1998 FG107 Bruce Xiangji Brewington, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21431 Amberhess 1998 FR113 Amber Victoria Irish Hess, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21432 Polingloh 1998 FJ115 Po-Ling Loh, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21433 Stekramer 1998 FO115 Stephen Curt Kramer, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21434 Stanchiang 1998 FG116 Stanley Shang Chiang, American ISTS 2005 finalist
21435 Aharon 1998 FH116 Terri Aharon, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21436 Chaoyichi 1998 FL116 Yi-Chi Chao, Taiwanese finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) and Seaborg Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) Award recipient
21437 Georgechen 1998 FG117 George Chen, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF and International Movement for Leisure in Science and Technology (MILSET) winner
21438 Camibarnett 1998 FP122 Camille Barnett, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21439 Robenzing 1998 FN123 Robert Benzing, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21440 Elizacollins 1998 FB125 Eliza Collins, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21441 Stevencondie 1998 FC144 Steven Condie, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA) Edyth May Sliffe Award for Distinguished High School Mathematics Teaching winner for 2002
also mentored a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21445 Pegconnolly 1998 HG17 Peggy Connolly, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21446 Tedflint 1998 HV18 Ted Flint, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21447 Yungchieh 1998 HZ18 Yung-Chieh Chen, Taiwanese finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21448 Galindo 1998 HE21 Armando Galindo, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21449 Hemmick 1998 HQ22 Lucinda Hemmick, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21450 Kissel 1998 HD23 Stacy Kissel, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21451 Fisher 1998 HS23 Sir Ronald Aylmer Fisher, English statistician
21453 Victorlevine 1998 HA33 Victor Levine, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21454 Chernoby 1998 HE40 Grant Fabian Chernoby, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21455 Mcfarland 1998 HH41 Jennifer McFarland, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21456 Myers 1998 HM46 Robert Myers, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21457 Fevig 1998 HD51 Ronald A. Fevig, American planetary scientist at the University of North Dakota
21458 Susank 1998 HN51 Susan D. Benecchi, née Kern ("Susan K"), American postdoctoral researcher at the Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore
21459 Chrisrussell 1998 HS51 Christopher T. Russell, American professor of geophysics and planetary physics at the University of California, Los Angeles, and principal investigator of the Dawn mission to 1 Ceres and 4 Vesta
21460 Ryozo 1998 HP52 Ryozo Suzuki, Japanese amateur astronomer
21461 Alexchernyak 1998 HS60 Alexander Chernyak, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21462 Karenedbal 1998 HC78 Karen Nedbal, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21463 Nickerson 1998 HX78 Laura Nickerson, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21464 Chinaroonchai 1998 HH88 Tanongsak Chinaroonchai, Thai finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21465 Michelepatt 1998 HG90 Michele Patterson, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21466 Franpelrine 1998 HZ91 Frances Pelrine, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21467 Rosenstein 1998 HX93 Peter Rosenstein, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21468 Saylor 1998 HD97 Charlotte Saylor, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21469 Robschum 1998 HO97 Robert Schumacher, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21470 Frankchuang 1998 HV97 Frank Fu-Han Chuang, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) and International Movement for Leisure in Science and Technology (MILSET) winner
21471 Pavelchvykov 1998 HA98 Pavel V. Chvykov, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21472 Stimson 1998 HU98 George Stimson, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21473 Petesullivan 1998 HH99 Peter Sullivan, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21474 Pamelatsai 1998 HO99 Pamela Tsai, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21475 Jasonclain 1998 HQ100 Jason Bernard Clain, American Second Place Winner at the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21476 Petrie 1998 HW101 William Flinders Petrie, British surveyor and archaeologist, father of modern archaeology
21477 Terikdaly 1998 HX112 Terik Daly, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21478 Maggiedelano 1998 HW118 Maggie Delano, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21479 Marymartha 1998 HN124 Mary Martha Ferrari Douglas, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21480 Jilltucker 1998 HO125 Jill Tucker, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search (ISTS)
21481 Johnwarren 1998 HP125 John Warren, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21482 Patashnick 1998 HQ132 Harvey Patashnick, American mentor of a finalist in the 2005 ISTS
21483 Abdulrasool 1998 HJ134 Ameen Abdulrasool, American 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) winner, and recipient of an Intel Young Scientist Award and a Seaborg Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) Award
21484 Eppard 1998 HR134 Erin F. Eppard, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21485 Ash 1998 HV137 Lesley Elizabeth Ash, American 2005 Intel ISEF winner
21488 Danyellelee 1998 HT150 Danyelle Lee Evans, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21495 Feaga 1998 JP2 Lori Michele (Lanier) Feaga, American planetary spectroscopist
21496 Lijianyang 1998 JQ2 Jianyang Li, American planetary scientist at the University of Maryland
21497 Alicehine 1998 JJ3 Alice Hine, American radar data analyst at the Arecibo Observatory
21498 Keenanferar 1998 KQ2 Keenan Joseph Ferar, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21499 Perillat 1998 KS4 Phil Perillat, American senior software specialist at the Arecibo Observatory
21500 Vazquez 1998 KS6 Angel Vasquez, American PC network specialist and telescope operator at the Arecibo Observatory
21501–21600
21501 Acevedo 1998 KC8 Tony Acevedo, American multimedia graphic designer and media officer at the Arecibo Observatory
21502 Cruz 1998 KB9 Jose Cruz, American operations group head and telescope operator at the Arecibo Observatory
21503 Beksha 1998 KL18 Daniel B. Beksha, II, American 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) winner
21504 Caseyfreeman 1998 KS19 Casey Jo Freeman, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21505 Bernert 1998 KG28 Michael James Bernert, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21506 Betsill 1998 KH30 Alayna Rachelle Betsill, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21507 Bhasin 1998 KZ30 Jeffrey M. Bhasin, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21508 Benbrewer 1998 KU33 Benjamin Wayne Brewer, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21509 Lucascavin 1998 KL35 Lucas James Cavin, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21510 Chemnitz 1998 KF36 Mario Chemnitz, German second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21511 Chiardola 1998 KT36 Hugo Gualterio Chiardola, Argentine second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21512 Susieclary 1998 KE40 Susannah Lee Clary, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award
21513 Bethcochran 1998 KM46 Elizabeth Jean Cochran, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21514 Gamalski 1998 KS48 Andrew David Gamalski, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21515 Gavini 1998 KR50 Madhavi Pulakat Gavini, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF and Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award recipient
21516 Mariagodinez 1998 KS51 Maria Estela Godniez, Mexican finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21517 Dobi 1998 KS52 Kledin Dobi, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21518 Maysunhasan 1998 KO53 Maysun Mazhar Hasan, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21519 Josephhenry 1998 KR54 Joseph Kent Henry, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21520 Dianaeheart 1998 KR55 Diana Lynn Eheart, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21521 Hippalgaonkar 1998 KU55 Varun Rajendra Hippalgaonkar, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21522 Entwisle 1998 MX11 Richard William Entwisle, British winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21523 GONG 1998 MW15 National Solar Observatory's Global Oscillation Network Group
21526 Mirano 1998 MS24 Mirano Silvestri, Italian amateur astronomer
21527 Horton 1998 MV27 Douglas Ray Horton, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21528 Chrisfaust 1998 MU33 Christina Lynn Faust, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21529 Johnjames 1998 MF37 John James Hutchison, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21530 Despiau 1998 MB38 Norberto Despiau, American staff technician and telescope operator at the Arecibo Observatory
21531 Billcollin 1998 OS Bill Collin, contributor to the design and manufacture of the Auxiliary Telescope System of the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope
21537 Fréchet 1998 PQ Maurice René Fréchet, French mathematician
21539 Josefhlávka 1998 QO4 Josef Hlávka, Czech architect and philanthropist, founder of the Czech Academy of Science and Arts (1891–1952)
21540 Itthipanyanan 1998 QE11 Suksun Itthipanyanan, Thai finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21541 Friskop 1998 QP16 Andrew John Friskop, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21542 Kennajeannet 1998 QA22 Kennan L. Jeannet, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21543 Jessop 1998 QQ24 Forrest Connell Jessop, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21544 Hermainkhan 1998 QL33 Hermain Suhail Khan, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21545 Koirala 1998 QO33 Pratistha Koirala, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21546 Konermann 1998 QH34 Silvana Konermann, German finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21547 Kottapalli 1998 QK38 Anjaney Pramod Kottapalli, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21548 Briekugler 1998 QX38 Brienne Ashley Kugler, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21549 Carolinelang 1998 QJ44 Caroline Janet Lang, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21550 Laviolette 1998 QS44 Jessica Lynn Laviolette, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21551 Geyang 1998 QH45 Ge Yang, Chinese second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21552 Richardlee 1998 QC52 Richard C. Lee, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21553 Monchicourt 1998 QT55 Marie Odile Monchicourt, French science journalist, producer and host on Radio-France and France television
21554 Leechaohsi 1998 QR69 Chao-Hsi Lee, Taiwanese finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21555 Levary 1998 QF70 David Andrew Levary, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21556 Christineli 1998 QE71 Christine Weizer Li, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21557 Daniellitt 1998 QE73 Daniel Abraham Litt, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21558 Alisonliu 1998 QW77 Alison W. Liu, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21559 Jingyuanluo 1998 QE78 Jingyuan Luo, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21560 Analyons 1998 QC91 Ana Marie Lyons, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21561 Masterman 1998 QR93 Mary Masterman, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21562 Chrismessick 1998 QZ94 Christopher D. Messick, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21563 Chetgervais 1998 QW95 Chetley L. C. Gervais, Canadian winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21564 Widmanstätten 1998 QQ101 Count Alois von Widmanstätten, 18th/19th-century Austrian chemist, who discovered the Widmanstätten patterns peculiar to iron meteorites
21568 Evanmorikawa 1998 RM3 Evan Takashi Morikawa, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21570 Muralidhar 1998 RK33 Vinayak Muralidhar, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21571 Naegeli 1998 RD51 Kaleb Markus Naegeli, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21572 Nguyen-McCarty 1998 RQ52 Michelle Andrea Nguyen-McCarty, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21574 Ouzan 1998 RZ71 Raphael Ouzan, Israeli finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21575 Padmanabhan 1998 RB80 Hamsa Padmanabhan, Indian finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21576 McGivney 1998 SH4 Michael J. McGivney, 19th-century parish priest of St. Mary's Church in New Haven, Connecticut, founder of the Knights of Columbus
21577 Negron 1998 SU24 Victor Negron, American electronics technician and transmitter operator at the Arecibo Observatory
21580 Portalatin 1998 SY57 Wilfredo Portalatin, American staff technician and telescope operator at the Arecibo Observatory
21581 Ernestoruiz 1998 SD58 Ernesto Ruiz, American electronics technician and telescope operator at the Arecibo Observatory
21582 Arunvenkataraman 1998 SE58 Arun Venkataraman, American head of the computer department of the Arecibo Observatory
21583 Caropietsch 1998 SQ108 Caroline Elizabeth Pietsch, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21584 Polepeddi 1998 SK121 Lalith Kumar Polepeddi, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21585 Polmear 1998 SX126 Michael McCord Polmear, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21586 Pourkaviani 1998 SU129 Shahin Pourkaviani, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21587 Christopynn 1998 SE132 Christopher Donald Pynn, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21588 Gianelli 1998 SK157 Gabrielle Alyce Gianelli, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF and recipient of the Intel Young Scientist Award
21589 Rafes 1998 SR162 Courtney Anne Rafes, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21601–21700
21602 Ialmenus 1998 YW1 Ialmenus, son of Ares and Astyoche, one of the Achaean leaders, one of those who entered Troy in the Wooden Horse, an Argonaut, and a suitor of Helen
21605 Reynoso 1999 CL81 Jeremy Rosendo Reynoso, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21607 Robel 1999 GG34 Alexander Abram Robel, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21608 Gloyna 1999 GQ35 Tara Ellen Gloyna, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21609 Williamcaleb 1999 JQ41 William Caleb Rodgers, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21610 Rosengard 1999 JE48 Jamie Erin Rosengard, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21611 Rosoff 1999 JV50 Matthew Scott Rosoff, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21612 Chelsagloria 1999 JS57 Chelsea Gloria Gordon, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award
21613 Schlecht 1999 JF68 Alissa Raenelle Schlecht, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21614 Grochowski 1999 JW75 Julia Caroline Grochowski, Canadian second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21615 Guardamano 1999 JQ76 Andrew Lacson Guardamano, Canadian second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21616 Guhagilford 1999 JQ82 Tristan Guha-Gilford, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21617 Johnhagen 1999 JO119 John Thomas Hagen, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21618 Sheikh 1999 JT122 Hamza Sheikh, Pakistani finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21619 Johnshopkins 1999 JN136 Johns Hopkins, 19th-century American entrepreneur and philanthropist of Baltimore, Maryland, best known for his creation of The Johns Hopkins University and its affiliated institutions, including the Applied Physics Laboratory
21621 Sherman 1999 KR4 Eric Alan Sherman, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21622 Victorshia 1999 LV22 Victor Andrew Shia, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF and International Movement for Leisure in Science and Technology (MILSET) winner
21623 Albertshieh 1999 LS24 Albert David Shieh, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21625 Seira 1999 NN2 Seira Shimoyama, Japanese finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21626 Matthewhall 1999 NP2 Matthew J. Hall, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21627 Sillis 1999 NZ3 Arnaud Georges Sillis, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21628 Lucashof 1999 ND4 Lucas Hudson Hofmeister, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21629 Siperstein 1999 NT8 Brian Furness Siperstein, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21630 Wootensmith 1999 NM9 Lauren Wooten Smith, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21631 Stephenhonan 1999 NU10 Stephen Goodwin Honan, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21632 Suwanasri 1999 NR11 Krongrath Suwanasri, Thai finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21633 Hsingpenyuan 1999 NW11 Pen-Yuan Hsing, Taiwanese winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the EU Contest for Young Scientists Award
21634 Huangweikang 1999 NB18 Huang Wei-Kang, Taiwanese winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the EU Contest for Young Scientists Award
21635 Micahtoll 1999 NU19 Micah Lathaniel Toll, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21636 Huertas 1999 NS34 Johiry Huertas, Puerto Rican second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21637 Ninahuffman 1999 NH36 Nina Maria Huffman, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21638 Nicjachowski 1999 NA39 Nicholas Robert Apau Jachowski, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21639 Davidkaufman 1999 ND39 David Brooks Kaufman, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21640 Petekirkland 1999 NX39 Peter Jonathan Kirkland, Northern Irish winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21641 Tiffanyko 1999 NC40 Tiffany Sain-Yee Ko, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21642 Kominers 1999 NH41 Scott Duke Kominers, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21643 Kornev 1999 NJ42 Aleksey Borisovich Kornev, Russian second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21644 Vinay 1999 NA50 Vinay Tripuraneni, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21645 Chentsaiwei 1999 NZ50 Chen Wei Tsai, Taiwanese finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21646 Joshuaturner 1999 NK53 Joshua Robert Turner, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21647 Carlturner 1999 NE54 Carl Anthony Turner, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21648 Gravanschaik 1999 NB57 Graham William Wakefield Van Schaik, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21649 Vardhana 1999 NQ59 Anarghya A. Vardhana, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21650 Tilgner 1999 OB1 Bruno Tilgner, of the European Space Agency, who helped the discoverer in identifying artificial satellites
21651 Mission Valley 1999 OF1 Mission Valley High School, on the grounds of which is situated Farpoint Observatory
21652 Vasishtha 1999 OQ2 Dhruv Vasishtha, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21653 Davidwang 1999 OH3 David Jueyu Wang, Canadian finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21655 Niklauswirth 1999 PC1 Niklaus Wirth, Swiss computer scientist
21656 Knuth 1999 PX1 Donald Ervin Knuth, American computer scientist
21659 Fredholm 1999 PR3 Erik Ivar Fredholm, Swedish mathematician
21660 Velenia 1999 QZ1 Miroslav Velen, who developed software for the reduction of photometric and astrometric data at Ondřejov Observatory
21661 Olgagermani 1999 RA Olga Germani, Italian poetess
21662 Benigni 1999 RC Roberto Benigni, Italian actor and film director
21663 Banat 1999 RM Banat, a region in central Europe lying between Transylvania and Walachia, and the rivers Tisza, Mureş, and Danube, home of the Danube Swabians
21664 Konradzuse 1999 RG1 Konrad Zuse, German engineer and computer pioneer
21665 Frege 1999 RR1 Friedrich Ludwig Gottlob Frege, German mathematician
21670 Kuan 1999 RD11 Aaron Tzeyang Kuan, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21671 Warrener 1999 RP12 Stephen Gerald Warrener, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21672 Laichunju 1999 RK14 Lai Chun-Ju, Chinese second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21673 Leatherman 1999 RL15 Amanda Kay Leatherman, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21674 Renaldowebb 1999 RG18 Renaldo Michael Webb, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21675 Kaitlinmaria 1999 RM22 Kaitlin Maria Luther, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21676 Maureenanne 1999 RB23 Maureen Anne Williams, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21677 Tylerlyon 1999 RO23 Tyler Glen Lyon, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21678 Lindner 1999 RK27 Klaus Lindner, German school teacher of astronomy and author
21679 Bettypalermiti 1999 RD28 Betty M. Palermiti, American dental hygienist and optical specialist, Pro Class drag-racing driver, and wife of amateur astronomer Michael Palermiti of Palermiti Observatory, Jupiter, Florida
21680 Richardschwartz 1999 RS31 Richard K. Schwartz, American amateur astronomer and pioneer of the CCD revolution
21682 Peštafrantišek 1999 RT32 František Pešta, Czech founder of the popular observatory (Hvězdárna Františka Pešty) in Sezimovo Ústí
21683 Segal 1999 RL33 Bruce A. Segal, American eye physician and surgeon, and amateur astronomer
21684 Alinafiocca 1999 RR33 Alina Fiocca, young daughter of close friends of the discoverers
21685 Francomallia 1999 RL35 Franco Mallia, Italian amateur astronomer
21686 Koschny 1999 RB36 Detlef Koschny, German aerospace engineer and amateur astronomer, Planetary Science Operations Manager at ESA's Planetary Missions
21687 Filopanti 1999 RB37 Quirico Filopanti, pseudonym of Giuseppe Barilli, Italian patriot, author, and professor of mathematics at Bologna University
21694 Allisowilson 1999 RL48 Allison Ruth Wilson, American finalist in the 2006 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21695 Hannahwolf 1999 RG49 Hannah Louise Wolf, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF and Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award recipient
21696 Ermalmquist 1999 RC52 Eric Ragnarson Malmquist, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21697 Mascharak 1999 RW54 Smita Mascharak, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21698 McCarron 1999 RD56 Tara Anne McCarron, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21699 Wolpert 1999 RE64 Maya Nina Wolpert, American winner in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21700 Caseynicole 1999 RD72 Casey Nicole McDonald, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21701–21800
21701 Gabemendoza 1999 RP72 Gabriel Joel Mendoza, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21702 Prisymendoza 1999 RA73 Priscilla Yvette Mendoza, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21703 Shravanimikk 1999 RM73 Shravani Mikkilineni, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21704 Mikkilineni 1999 RD85 Sohan Venkat Mikkilineni, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21705 Subinmin 1999 RA86 Su Bin Min, South Korean second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21706 Robminehart 1999 RM87 Robert Francis Minehart, III, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21707 Johnmoore 1999 RY88 John Pease Moore, IV, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award
21708 Mulhall 1999 RV90 Michael Mulhall, Irish winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21709 Sethmurray 1999 RK92 Seth Asa Murray, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21710 Nijhawan 1999 RS92 Sonia Nijhawan, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21711 Wilfredwong 1999 RE95 Wilfred Chung-Him Wong, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21712 Obaid 1999 RL96 Sami Obaid, Canadian second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21713 Michaelolson 1999 RW97 Michael R. Olson, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the MILSET Expo-Science Award
21714 Geoffreywoo 1999 RX109 Geoffrey Hubert Woo, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21715 Palaniappan 1999 RA110 Anand M. Palaniappan, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award
21716 Panchamia 1999 RX113 Rohan Kirit Panchamia, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21717 Pang 1999 RO114 Genevieve C. Pang, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21718 Cheonghapark 1999 RO115 Cheong Ha Park, South Korean second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21719 Pasricha 1999 RR115 Trisha Satya Pasricha, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21720 Pilishvili 1999 RQ119 Anna Pilishvili, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21721 Feiniqu 1999 RY119 Feini Qu, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award
21722 Rambhia 1999 RX120 Suraj Hitendra Rambhia, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21723 Yinyinwu 1999 RT128 Yin Yin Wu, American finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21724 Ratai 1999 RA132 Daniel Ratai, Hungarian winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award and the Seaborg SIYSS Award
21725 Zhongyuechen 1999 RB132 Yuechen Zhong, Chinese finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21726 Rezvanian 1999 RB134 Jason Hamid Rezvanian, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21727 Rhines 1999 RY135 Allison Shelton Rhines, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21728 Zhuzhirui 1999 RH136 Zhirui Zhu, Chinese finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21729 Kimrichards 1999 RE137 Kimberly Skye Richards, Canadian second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21730 Ignaciorod 1999 RG138 Ignacio Gabriel Rodriguez, Argentine second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21731 Zhuruochen 1999 RT142 RuoChen Zhu, Chinese finalist in the 2006 Intel ISEF
21732 Rumery 1999 RW142 Rhett Lee Rumery, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21733 Schlottmann 1999 RX145 Chad Avery Schlottmann, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the MILSET Expo-Science Award
21735 Nissaschmidt 1999 RV146 Nissa Leigh Schmidt, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21736 Samaschneid 1999 RW149 Samantha Leigh Schneider, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21737 Stephenshulz 1999 RV151 Stephen Schulz, German winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award, the Intel Young Scientist Award, and the Seaborg SIYSS Award
21738 Schwank 1999 RB153 Benjamin Albert Schwank was awarded first place and Best in Category in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21739 Annekeschwob 1999 RN157 Anneke Ellen Schwob, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21742 Rachaelscott 1999 RU163 Rachael Ann Scott, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21743 Michaelsegal 1999 RB164 Michael Segal, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21744 Meliselinger 1999 RF168 Melissa C. Selinger, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21745 Shadfan 1999 RX168 Basil Harbi Shadfan, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21746 Carrieshaw 1999 RZ169 Carrie Elizabeth Shaw, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21747 Justsolomon 1999 RD170 Justin Moore Solomon, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21748 Srinivasan 1999 RH170 Harish Mayur Srinivasan, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21750 Tartakahashi 1999 RG173 Taryn Mahealani Takahashi, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21751 Jennytaylor 1999 RT176 Jennifer Ann Taylor, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21752 Johnthurmon 1999 RC179 John Thomas Thurmon, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21753 Trudel 1999 RJ180 Thomas Andrew Trudel, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21754 Tvaruzkova 1999 RZ183 Zuzana Tvaruzkova, Czech winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21758 Adrianveres 1999 RT196 Adrian Veres, Romanian-born Canadian winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21770 Wangyiran 1999 RF211 Wang YiRan, Chinese second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21774 O'Brien 1999 RR217 David P. O'Brien, American planetary scientist at the Planetary Science Institute, Tucson
21775 Tsiganis 1999 RC221 Kleomenis Tsiganis, Greek planetary scientist at the University of Thessaloniki
21776 Kryszczyńska 1999 RE221 Agnieszka Kryszczyńska, Polish planetary scientist at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań
21778 Andrewarren 1999 RF225 Andrew David Warren, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21782 Davemcdonald 1999 RV239 David McDonald, Irish amateur astronomer and astronomy promoter
21785 Méchain 1999 SS2 Pierre François André Méchain, French astronomer
21789 Frankwasser 1999 SH7 Francis Wasser, Irish winner in the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21791 Mattweegman 1999 SR7 Matt Moraco Weegman, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21795 Masi 1999 SN9 Gianluca Masi, Italian amateur astronomer
21798 Mitchweegman 1999 SZ16 Mitch Dale Weegman, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21799 Ciociaria 1999 TP Ciociaria, region of Italy comprising the southern Latium, southern Abruzzo and Molise, which takes its name from the ciocia, the ancient footwear of its early inhabitants
21801–21900
21801 Ančerl 1999 TW3 Karel Ančerl, chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
21802 Svoreň 1999 TE6 Ján Svoreň, Slovak astronomer
21804 Václavneumann 1999 TC8 Václav Neumann, Czech violinist and viola player, chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
21811 Burroughs 1999 TR20 Edgar Rice Burroughs, American author, best known for Tarzan of the Apes
21813 Danwinegar 1999 TK25 Daniel Rees Winegar, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
21814 Shanawolff 1999 TQ27 Shana Marie Wolff, American winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21815 Fanyang 1999 TF29 Fan Yang, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21817 Yingling 1999 TG32 Chelsey Ann Yingling, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21818 Yurkanin 1999 TJ32 Alana Marie Yurkanin, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21821 Billryan 1999 TN36 William H. Ryan, American astrophysicist at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology's Magdalena Ridge Observatory, discoverer of the first binarity of a vestoid, 3782 Celle
21822 Degiorgi 1999 TX36 Ennio De Giorgi, 20th-century Italian mathematician
21825 Zhangyizhong 1999 TR88 Zhang Yizhong, Chinese second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21826 Youjiazhong 1999 TJ91 YouJia Zhong, Singaporean second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21827 Chingzhu 1999 TS91 Ching Zhu, American second place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF
21829 Kaylacornale 1999 TZ92 Kayla Marie Cornale, Canadian third place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award
21840 Ghoshchoudhury 1999 TT101 Triparna Ghosh-Choudhury, American third place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award
21846 Wojakowski 1999 TT114 Maria Malgorzata Wojakowski, American fourth place winner in the 2005 Intel ISEF, and recipient of the Intel Foundation Achievement Award
21850 Abshir 1999 TF142 Iftin Mohamed Abshir, American finalist in the 2005 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC)
21852 Bolander 1999 TR143 John Anthony Bolander, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21853 Kelseykay 1999 TU146 Kelsey Kay Burnham, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21854 Brendandwyer 1999 TJ147 Brendan John Dwyer, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21856 Heathermaria 1999 TR150 Heather Maria Foster, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21858 Gosal 1999 TY155 Anudeep D. Gosal, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21860 Joannaguy 1999 TX180 Joanna Christine Guy, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21861 Maryhedberg 1999 TU189 Mary Lucia Hedberg, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21862 Joshuajones 1999 TV189 Joshua Steven Jones, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21873 Jindřichůvhradec 1999 UU3 Jindřichův Hradec, Czech Republic, location of a popular observatory (František Nušl Observatory)
21887 Dipippo 1999 UH42 Simonetta Di Pippo, Italian science coordinator for the Italian Space Agency
21888 Ďurech 1999 UL44 Josef Ďurech, Czech astronomer at the Astronomický Ústav Univerzity Karlovy (Astronomical Institute, Charles University), Prague
21901–22000
21903 Wallace 1999 VE12 Patrick T. Wallace, British specialist in telescope control software, currently head of Her Majesty's Nautical Almanac Office
21913 Taylorjones 1999 VK28 Taylor Wesley Jones, American finalist in the 2005 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC)
21914 Melakabinoff 1999 VX34 Melanie Paige Kabinoff, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21915 Lavins 1999 VE35 Gregory M. Lavins, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21919 Luga 1999 VV47 Melissa Pomaikai Akiko Luga, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21921 Camdenmiller 1999 VE49 Camden Yinhung Miller, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21922 Mocz 1999 VK49 Lucia Mocz, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21924 Alyssaovaitt 1999 VN53 Alyssa Kurtz Ovaitt, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21925 Supasternak 1999 VW53 Susan Marie Pasternak, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21926 Jacobperry 1999 VH54 Jacob P. Perry, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21927 Sarahpierz 1999 VB55 Sarah Marie Pierz, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21928 Prabakaran 1999 VX55 Sabrina Lakshmi Prabakran, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21929 Nileshraval 1999 VP56 Nilesh Kaushik Raval, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21932 Rios 1999 VP65 Roberto Andres Rios, Puerto Rican finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21933 Aaronrozon 1999 VL70 Aaron Alexander Rozon, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21936 Ryan 1999 VH79 Colleen Marie Ryan, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21937 Basheehan 1999 VV80 Brittany Ann Sheehan, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21939 Kasmith 1999 VJ89 Katherine Ann Smith, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21942 Subramanian 1999 VN106 Narayan Swamy Subramanian, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21945 Kleshchonok 1999 VL135 Valery Volodymyrovich Kleshchonok, Ukrainian astronomer at the Astronomical Observatory of Kyiv Shevchenko National University
21949 Tatulian 1999 VA156 Adrian Surenovich Tatulian, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21952 Terry 1999 VD165 Bailey Holly Terry, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21956 Thangada 1999 VE179 Neela Devi Thangada, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21958 Tripuraneni 1999 VU185 Nilesh Tripuraneni, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21962 Scottsandford 1999 VS203 Scott Alan Sandford, American astronomer and meteoriticist at NASA's Ames Research Center, a co-investigator on the Stardust mission
21964 Kevinhousen 1999 VK213 Kevin R. Housen, American associate technical fellow at the Boeing Corporation, a pioneer in the study of asteroidal collision
21965 Dones 1999 VO213 Henry C. "Luke" Dones, American solar system dynamicist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder
21966 Hamadori 1999 WJ9 Hamadori is a coastal region in Fukushima prefecture, Japan.
21970 Tyle 1999 XC Sheel Tyle, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21985 Šejna 1999 XG15 Karel Šejna, conductor of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
21986 Alexanduribe 1999 XO17 Alexander Tyler Uribe, American finalist in the 2005 Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge (DCYSC)
21989 Werntz 1999 XU20 Ruslan Alan Werntz, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21990 Garretyazzie 1999 XH22 Garrett Michael Yazzie, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21991 Zane 1999 XM23 Robert Teruo Zane, American finalist in the 2005 DCYSC
21999 Disora 1999 XS38 Mario Di Sora, Italian lawyer and amateur astronomer, founder and manager of the Osservatorio Astronomico di Campo Catino (Campo Catino Observatory), light pollution fighter
Preceded by
20,001–21,000
Meanings of minor planet names
List of minor planets: 21,001–22,000
Succeeded by
22,001–23,000