Meanings of minor planet names: 5001–5500

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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 Meanings that do not quote a reference (the "†" links) are tentative.

Name Provisional Designation Source of Name
5001–5100
5001 EMP 1987 SB1 Эфемериды малых планет (Ephemerides Of Minor Planets)*
5002 Marnix 1987 SS3 Philips Marnix van Sint Aldegonde, mayor of Antwerp, believed to have been the composer of the 'Wilhelmus', which became the Dutch national anthem in 1932 †[1][2]
5003 Silvanominuto 1988 ER2 Silvano Minuto, Italian amateur astronomer, founder of the Osservatorio Astronomico di Suno (Suno Observatory) and promoter of several regional laws on light pollution
5004 Bruch 1988 RR3 Albert Bruch, German astronomer*
5005 Kegler 1988 UB *
5006 Teller 1989 GL5 Edward Teller (Ede Teller), Hungarian-born American physicist †[3][4]
5007 Keay 1990 UH2 Colin S. L. Keay, Australian physicist and astronomer †[5]
5008 Miyazawakenji 1991 DV Kenji Miyazawa, Japanese poet and children's novelist
5009 Sethos 2562 P-L *
5010 Amenemhêt 4594 P-L Name of nine pharaohs of Egypt (1991 BC-~1750 BC)
5011 Ptah 6743 P-L Ptah, Egyptian god
5012 Eurymedon 9507 P-L Eurymedon, Agamemnon's charioteer in the Trojan War.[6]
5013 Suzhousanzhong 1964 VT1 Suzhousanzhong ("Suzhou No. 3 Middle School"), Jiangsu province, China, on the occasion (2006) of its one-hundredth anniversary
5014 Gorchakov 1974 ST Prince Alexander Gorchakov, chancellor of the Russian Empire*
5015 Litke 1975 VP Count Fyodor Petrovich Litke, Russian navigator and explorer*
5016 Migirenko 1976 GX3 Georgii Sergeevich Migirenko, Russian physicist (and retired admiral)*
5017 Tenchi 1977 DS2 Emperor Tenji, Japan
5018 Tenmu 1977 DY8 Emperor Temmu, Japan
5019 Erfjord 1979 MS6 Erfjord, the name of a small school in a small village of the same name in western Norway.
5020 Asimov 1981 EX19 Isaac Asimov, Russian-American science fiction writer †[7]
5021 Krylania 1982 VK12 Anna Kapitsa née Krylova, daughter of mathematician Aleksey Krylov and wife of physicist Pyotr Kapitsa
5022 Roccapalumba 1984 HE1 Roccapalumba, a Sicilian village
5023 Agapenor 1985 TG3 Agapenor, mythical person related to Trojan War [MPC 25443]
5024 Bechmann 1985 VP *
5025 - 1986 TS6 -
5026 Martes 1987 QL1 Martes martes and Martes foina, the pine and beech marten [MPC 34620][8]
5027 Androgeos 1988 BX1 Androgeos, mythical person related to Trojan War
5028 Halaesus 1988 BY1 Halaesus, mythological Greek warrior
5029 Ireland 1988 BL2 Trevor R. Ireland, Australian meteoriticist*
5030 Gyldenkerne 1988 VK4 Kjeld Gyldenkerne, Danish astronomer*
5031 Švejcar 1990 FW1 Josef Švejcar, Czech physician †[9]
5032 Conradhirsh 1990 OO Conrad Hirsh, teacher and explorer*
5033 Mistral 1990 PF Frédéric Mistral, Provençal poet †[1]
5034 Joeharrington 1991 PW10 Joseph Harrington, American astronomer †[10]
5035 Swift 1991 UX Lewis A. Swift, American astronomer †[11]
5036 Tuttle 1991 US2 Horace Parnell Tuttle, American astronomer*
5037 Habing 6552 P-L Harm Jan Habing, Dutch astronomer †[2]
5038 Overbeek 1948 KF Daniel Overbeek, South African amateur astronomer and AAVSO member †[12][13]
5039 Rosenkavalier 1967 GM1 Der Rosenkavalier (The Knight of the Rose), opera by Richard Strauss*
5040 Rabinowitz 1972 RF David L. Rabinowitz, American astronomer*
5041 Theotes 1973 SW1 Theotes, mythical person related to Trojan War
5042 Colpa 1974 ME *
5043 Zadornov 1974 SB5 Mikhail Zadornov, Russian comedian †[14]
5044 Shestaka 1977 QH4 *
5045 Hoyin 1978 UL2 Yin Ho, Chinese*
5046 Carletonmoore 1981 DQ Carleton Bryant Moore of the Center for Meteorite Studies of Arizona State University*
5047 Zanda 1981 EO42 *
5048 Moriarty 1981 GC Professor Moriarty, character in the Sherlock Holmes stories
5049 Sherlock 1981 VC1 Sherlock Holmes, fictional detective
5050 Doctorwatson 1983 RD2 Dr. Watson, character in the Sherlock Holmes stories
5051 Ralph 1984 SM *
5052 Nancyruth 1984 UT3 Nancy R. Lebofsky, American educator [MPC 25443]
5053 Chladni 1985 FB2 Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni (1756–1827), German physicist*
5054 Keil 1986 AO2 Klaus Keil of the University of Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology*
5055 Opekushin 1986 PB5 Alexander Mikhailovich Opekushin (1838–1923), Russian sculptor*
5056 Rahua 1986 RQ5 Rahua, wife of one of the four sons of Pirua Wiracocha, creator god of civilization in Inca mythology
5057 - 1987 DC6 *
5058 Tarrega 1987 OM Francisco Tárrega, Spanish classical guitarist-composer †[15]
5059 Saroma 1988 AF Lake Saroma, Hokkaido, Japan
5060 Yoneta 1988 BO5 Katsuhiko Yoneta*
5061 McIntosh 1988 DJ Bruce A. McIntosh, Canadian astronomer †[16]
5062 Glennmiller 1989 CZ Glenn Miller, American jazz musician and bandleader of the swing era
5063 Monteverdi 1989 CJ5 Claudio Monteverdi, Italian composer*
5064 Tanchozuru 1990 FS Tancho, Japanese Crane
5065 Johnstone 1990 FP1 *
5066 Garradd 1990 MA Gordon J. Garradd, Australian astronomer*
5067 Occidental 1990 OX *
5068 Cragg 1990 TC *
5069 Tokeidai 1991 QB Sapporo Tokeidai, Japan
5070 Arai 1991 XT Arai Ikunosuke, Japanese from Bakumatsu to Meiji
5071 Schoenmaker 3099 T-2 Anton Schoenmaker, Dutch astronomer †[2]
5072 Hioki 1931 TS1 Tsutomu Hioki, Japanese astronomer
5073 Junttura 1943 EN *
5074 Goetzoertel 1949 QQ1 Goetz Oertel, of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA)*
5075 Goryachev 1969 TN4 Mikhail V. Goryachev, Russian radio electronic engineer, specialising in astronomical spectropolarimetry*
5076 Lebedev-Kumach 1973 SG4 Vasilii Ivanovich Lebedev-Kumach, Russian poet and songwriter*
5077 Favaloro 1974 MG René Favaloro, Argentine cardiologist (1923-2000), creator of the bypass coronary surgery.
5078 Solovjev-Sedoj 1974 SW Vasilii Pavlovich Solov'ev-Sedoi (Vasilii Petrovich Soloviev-Sedoy), Russian composer*
5079 Brubeck 1975 DB David Warren (Dave) Brubeck, American jazz pianist and composer
5080 Oja 1976 EB Tarmo Oja, Swedish astronomer †[17]
5081 Sanguin 1976 WC1 *
5082 Nihonsyoki 1977 DN4 Nihon Shoki, the first written history of Japan, compiled in the 8th century
5083 Irinara 1977 EV *
5084 Gnedin 1977 FN1 Yurij Nikolaevich Gnedin, Russian astrophysicist †[18]
5085 Hippocrene 1977 NN Hippocrene, mythological Greek fountain [MPC 34620]
5086 Demin 1978 RH1 Vladimir Grigor'evich Demin, Russian astronomer*
5087 Emel'yanov 1978 RM2 Nikolai Vladimirovich Emel'yanov, Russian astronomer*
5088 Tancredi 1979 QZ1 Gonzalo Tancredi, Uruguayan astronomer †[19]
5089 Nádherná 1979 SN Sidonie Nádherná, Czech-British writer †[20]
5090 Wyeth 1980 CG *
5091 Isakovskij 1981 SD4 Mikhail Vasil'evich Isakovskii, Russian poet*
5092 Manara 1982 FJ Alessandro Manara, Italian astronomer*
5093 Svirelia 1982 TG1 *
5094 Seryozha 1982 UT6 *
5095 Escalante 1983 NL Jaime Escalante, Bolivian-born mathematics teacher [MPC 22830]
5096 Luzin 1983 RC5 Nikolai Nikolaevich Luzin, Russian mathematician [MPC 34620]
5097 Axford 1983 TW1 Sir Ian Axford (William Ian Axford), New Zealand-born astrophysicist*
5098 - 1985 CH2 *
5099 Iainbanks 1985 DY1 Iain M. Banks (1954–2013), a Scottish writer.[MPC 84377]
5100 Pasachoff 1985 GW Jay Myron Pasachoff, Field Memorial Professor of Astronomy, Williams College (USA) †[21]
5101–5200
5101 Akhmerov 1985 UB5 Vadim Zinov'evich Akhmerov, doctor in the Crimean Peninsula [MPC 34620]
5102 Benfranklin 1986 RD1 Benjamin Franklin, American scientist, philosopher and statesman [MPC 34621][22]
5103 Diviš 1986 RP1 Václav Prokop Diviš, Czech scientist and monk [MPC 34621][23][24]
5104 Skripnichenko 1986 RU5 Vladimir I. Skripnichenko, Russian astronomer*
5105 Westerhout 1986 TM1 Gart Westerhout, Dutch radio astronomer †[2][25] [MPC 22830]
5106 Mortensen 1987 DJ *
5107 - 1987 DS6 *
5108 Lübeck 1987 QG2 Vincent Lübeck, German composer †[1]
5109 Robertmiller 1987 RM1 Robert J. Miller, American astronomer at the U.S. Naval Observatory
5110 Belgirate 1987 SV Belgirate, in Piedmont, Italy*
5111 Jacliff 1987 SE4 Cliff and Jackie Holmes, American amateur astronomers [MPC 22830]
5112 Kusaji 1987 SM13 Shigeharu Kusaji, Japanese amateur astronomer
5113 Kohno 1988 BN Masaru Kohno, Japanese classical guitar maker †[15]
5114 Yezo 1988 CO Ezo, historical name of Hokkaidō, Japan
5115 Frimout 1988 CD4 Dirk D. Frimout, Belgian astronomer and astronaut †[1]
5116 Korsør 1988 EU *
5117 Mokotoyama 1988 GH Mount Mokoto, Japan*
5118 Elnapoul 1988 RB *
5119 - 1988 RA1
5120 Bitias 1988 TZ1 Bitias, mythical person related to Trojan War*
5121 Numazawa 1989 AX1 Shigemi Numazawa, Japanese amateur astronomer
5122 Mucha 1989 AZ1 Alfons Mucha, Czech artist [MPC 34621][26]
5123 - 1989 BL -
5124 Muraoka 1989 CW Kenji Muraoka, Japanese amateur astronomer and orbit computer †[15][27]
5125 Okushiri 1989 CN1 Okushiri Island, Japan
5126 Achaemenides 1989 CH2 Achaemenides, mythological Greek warrior
5127 Bruhns 1989 CO3 Nicolaus Bruhns, German composer †[1]
5128 Wakabayashi 1989 FJ Wakabayashi-ku, Sendai, Japan
5129 Groom 1989 GN *
5130 Ilioneus 1989 SC7 Ilioneus, mythical person related to Trojan War
5131 - 1990 BG -
5132 Maynard 1990 ME Owen Eugene Maynard, Canadian aeronautical engineer †[16]
5133 Phillipadams 1990 PA Phillip Adams? *
5134 Ebilson 1990 SM2 Elisabeth Bilson, administrator in the Department of Astronomy at Cornell University[10]
5135 Nibutani 1990 UE Nibutani, sacred land for the indigenous Ainu of Hokkaidō, Japan[28]
5136 Baggaley 1990 UG2 *
5137 Frevert 1990 VC Friedrich Frevert, German astronomer †[29][30]
5138 Gyoda 1990 VD2 Gyōda, Saitama, Japan
5139 Rumoi 1990 VH4 Rumoi, Hokkaidō, Japan
5140 Kida 1990 XH Kinjirō Kida, Japanese painter
5141 Tachibana 1990 YB Tachibana, a kendo club †[15] [MPC 22830]
5142 Okutama 1990 YD Okutama Observatory, Japan
5143 Heracles 1991 VL Heracles, Greek hero
5144 Achates 1991 XX Achates, mythical Trojan warrior
5145 Pholus 1992 AD Pholus, mythological centaur
5146 Moiwa 1992 BP Mount Moiwa, Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan
5147 Maruyama 1992 BQ Maruyama hill, Sapporo, Hokkaidō, Japan
5148 Giordano 5557 P-L Giordano Bruno, Italian Dominican priest †[31]
5149 Leibniz 6582 P-L Gottfried Leibniz, German scientist

[32]*

5150 Fellini 7571 P-L Federico Fellini, Italian film director*
5151 Weerstra 2160 T-2 Klaas Weerstra, Dutch comet chaser †[2]
5152 Labs 1931 UD Dietrich Labs, German astrophysicist and professor at Heidelberg University and Königstuhl Observatory
5153 - 1940 GO -
5154 Leonov 1969 TL1 Evgenij Pavlovich Leonov, Soviet artist [MPC 34621]
5155 Denisyuk 1972 HR Yuri Nikolaevich Denisyuk, Russian physicist*
5156 Golant 1972 KL Viktor Evgen'evich Golant, Russian physicist*
5157 Hindemith 1973 UB5 Paul Hindemith, German composer and conductor*
5158 Ogarev 1976 YY Nikolai Platonovich Ogarev, Russian poet*
5159 Burbine 1977 RG Thomas Burbine, American planetary scientist at Mount Holyoke College
5160 Camoes 1979 YO Luís Vaz de Camões (1524–1580) Portuguese poet*
5161 Wightman 1980 TX3 *
5162 Piemonte 1982 BW Piedmont, Italy*
5163 - 1983 TD2 *
5164 Mullo 1984 WE1 *
5165 Videnom 1985 CG Videnom, popular weekly Danish television program on natural science †[33]
5166 Olson 1985 FU1 *
5167 Joeharms 1985 GU1 Joe Harms? *
5168 Jenner 1986 EJ Edward Jenner, English medical doctor, who introduced the smallpox vaccine*
5169 Duffell 1986 RU2 Stephen Duffell, friend of the discoverer [MPC 22830]
5170 Sissons 1987 EH Anthony Sissons, friend of the discoverer [MPC 22830]
5171 Augustesen 1987 SQ3 Karl Augustesen, Danish astronomer*
5172 Yoshiyuki 1987 UX1 Yoshiyuki Endō, Japanese*
5173 Stjerneborg 1988 EM1 Stjerneborg, pioneering astronomical observatory built by Tycho Brahe[33]
5174 Okugi 1988 HF Shin Okugi, Japanese optical engineer
5175 Ables 1988 VS4 Harold Ables, American astronomer [25]
5176 Yoichi 1989 AU Yoichi, Hokkaido, Japan*
5177 Hugowolf 1989 AY6 Hugo Wolf, Austrian composer*
5178 Pattazhy 1989 CD4 Sainudeen Pattazhy, Indian environmentalist
5179 Takeshima 1989 EO1 Toshio Takeshima, Japanese Iai master †[15]
5180 Ohno 1989 GF Keiko or Hiroko Ohno, Japanese optical engineer*
5181 SURF 1989 GO Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) of Caltech*
5182 Bray 1989 NE Robert John Bray, British astronomer*
5183 Robyn 1990 OA1 *
5184 Cavaillé-Coll 1990 QY7 Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, French organist †[1]
5185 Alerossi 1990 RV2 Alessandro Rossi, Italian astronomer
5186 Donalu 1990 SB4 *
5187 Domon 1990 TK1 Ken Domon, Japanese photographer
5188 Paine 1990 TZ2 Thomas O. Paine, American metallurgist, third Administrator of NASA, and advisor to the Planetary Society[34]
5189 - 1990 UQ -
5190 - 1990 UR2 -
5191 - 1990 VO3 -
5192 Yabuki 1991 CC Hiroshi Yabuki, Japanese optical engineer*
5193 Tanakawataru 1992 ET Wataru Tanaka, Japanese astronomer and professor
5194 Böttger 4641 P-L Johann Friedrich Böttger, developed porcelain production methods in Meissen, Germany*
5195 Kaendler 3289 T-1 Johann Joachim Kaendler, German sculptor, later founder of the European style of porcelain in Meissen, Germany*
5196 Bustelli 3102 T-2 Franz Anton Bustelli, Swiss artist, involved with the Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory*
5197 Rottmann 4265 T-2 Carl Rottmann, German artist*
5198 Fongyunwah 1975 BP1 Yun-Wah Fong, Chinese educator*
5199 Dortmund 1981 RP2 Dortmund, Germany*
5200 Pamal 1983 CM Patrick Michael Malotki, friend of the discoverer, on the occasion of his 21st birthday (the nickname stands for "pas mal", French for "not bad", a compliment) †[27]
5201–5300
5201 Ferraz-Mello 1983 XF Sylvio Ferraz-Mello, Brazilian astronomer*
5202 - 1983 XX *
5203 Pavarotti 1984 SF1 Luciano Pavarotti, Italian opera singer †[35] [MPC 22830]
5204 Herakleitos 1988 CN2 Herakleitos, Ancient Greek philosopher †[1]
5205 - 1988 CU7 *
5206 Kodomonomori 1988 ED Kodomo no Mori (Children's Forest), Treeplanting program in Japan
5207 Hearnshaw 1988 HE John Bernard Hearnshaw, New Zealand spectroscopist, who has guided the Mount John University Observatory through major developments over 30 years
5208 Royer 1989 CH1 Msgr. Ronald E. Royer, American priest and amateur astronomer*
5209 - 1989 CW1 *
5210 Saint-Saëns 1989 EL6 Camille Saint-Saëns, French composer †[36] *
5211 Stevenson 1989 NX David John Stevenson, New Zealand planetary scientist †[37]
5212 - 1989 SS *
5213 Takahashi 1990 FU Kiichiro Takahashi, president of Takahashi Seisakusho
5214 Oozora 1990 VN3 Ōzora, Limited express train at Hokkaidō, Japan*
5215 Tsurui 1991 AE Tsurui, Hokkaidō, Japan
5216 - 1941 HA *
5217 Chaozhou 1966 CL Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, China, cradle of the Chaoshan Culture
5218 Kutsak 1969 TB3 *
5219 Zemka 1976 GU3 *
5220 Vika 1979 SA8 *
5221 Fabribudweis 1980 FB Wenceslaus Fabri de Budweis, medieval Czech scientist †[38]
5222 Ioffe 1980 TL13 Abram Fedorovich Ioffe, Russian physicist*
5223 McSween 1981 EX6 Harry McSween, planetary geologist and geochemist, meteorite researcher †[39]
5224 Abbe 1982 DX3 Ernst Abbe, German astronomer, optician and educator †[40] *
5225 Loral 1983 TS1 *
5226 Pollack 1983 WL James Barney Pollack, American planetary scientist*
5227 - 1986 PE *
5228 Máca 1986 VT Jan Máca, schoolmate and friend of the discoverer, for his contribution to the protection of nature †[41]
5229 - 1987 DE6 *
5230 Asahina 1988 EF Takashi Asahina, Japanese conductor
5231 Verne 1988 JV Jules Verne, French novelist and playwright †[27]
5232 Jordaens 1988 PR1 Jacob Jordaens, Flemish painter †[1]
5233 - 1988 RL10 -
5234 Sechenov 1989 VP Ivan Mikhailovich Sechenov, Russian physician*
5235 Jean-Loup 1990 SA1 Jean-Loup Chrétien, French astronaut?*
5236 Yoko 1990 TG3 Yoko Huruta, wife of discoverer
5237 Yoshikawa 1990 UF3 Katsunori or Masanori Yoshikawa, Japanese*
5238 Naozane 1990 VE2 Kumagai Naozane, early samurai
5239 Reiki 1990 VC4 Reiki Kushida, Japanese astronomer*
5240 Kwasan 1990 XE Kwasan Observatory of Kyoto University*
5241 - 1990 YL *
5242 Kenreimonin 1991 BO Empress Dowager Kenrei, Japan
5243 Clasien 1246 T-2 Clasien Shane, wife of American astronomer William Whitney Shane at Leiden Observatory †[2]
5244 Amphilochos 1973 SQ1 Amphilochos, mythical person related to Trojan War
5245 Maslyakov 1976 GR2 *
5246 Migliorini 1979 OB *
5247 Krylov 1982 UP6 Ivan Andreyevich Krylov, Russian fabulist*
5248 Scardia 1983 GQ Marco Scardia, Italian astronomer*
5249 Giza 1983 HJ *
5250 Jas 1984 QF Czech for 'brightness' and the initials of the Jihočeská Astronomická Společnost (South Bohemian Astronomical Society) †[42]
5251 Bradwood 1985 KA Frank Bradshaw Wood, American astronomer
5252 Vikrymov 1985 PZ1 *
5253 - 1985 XB *
5254 Ulysses 1986 VG1 Roman name for Odysseus, mythological Greek king †[1]
5255 Johnsophie 1988 KF *
5256 Farquhar 1988 NN *
5257 - 1988 RS10 *
5258 - 1989 AU1 *
5259 Epeigeus 1989 BB1 Epeigeus, mythical person related to Trojan War [MPC 25443]
5260 Philvéron 1989 RH Philippe Véron, French astronomer †[1]
5261 Eureka 1990 MB 'Eureka!', Greek exclamation of discovery*
5262 Brucegoldberg 1990 XB1 Bruce Arthur Goldberg, American astronomer*
5263 Arrius 1991 GY9 *
5264 Telephus 1991 KC Telephus, mythical person related to Trojan War [MPC 25444]
5265 Schadow 2570 P-L Johann Gottfried Schadow, German sculptor or his son Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow, German painter or Ridolfo Schadow, German sculptor or Felix Schadow, German artist*
5266 Rauch 4047 T-2 Christian Daniel Rauch, German sculptor
5267 - 1966 CF *
5268 Černohorský 1971 US1 Martin Cernohorský, Czech physicist.
5269 Paustovskij 1978 SL6 Konstantin Georgiyevich Paustovsky, Russian writer*
5270 Kakabadze 1979 KR Sargis Kakabadze, Georgian historian and philologist or David Kakabadze, Georgian artist*
5271 Kaylamaya 1979 MH7 Kayla Maya Soderblom was the daughter of planetary scientist Jason Soderblom and granddaughter of planetary scientist Larry Soderblom. Born with a congenital heart problem, Kayla lived only 15 months, but was a source of happiness and inspiration for all who knew her.
5272 Dickinson 1981 QH2 Terence Dickinson, Canadian astronomy populariser †[16]
5273 Peilisheng 1982 DQ6 Pei Lisheng, 20th-century Chinese satellite scientist and oceanographer
5274 Degewij 1985 RS Johan Degewij, Dutch astronomer †[2]
5275 Zdislava 1986 UU Saint Zdislava (sv. Zdislava), Moravian noblewoman, wife of Markvartic Havel, Duke of Lemberk, known for her generosity to the poor, and an early lay member of the Dominican Order[43]
5276 Gulkis 1987 GK Samuel Gulkis, American astronomer*
5277 - 1988 DO *
5278 Polly 1988 EJ1 Polly Brooks, member of the Planetary Society's New Millennium Committee †[34]
5279 Arthuradel 1988 LA Arthur Adel, American astrophysicist [MPC 22830]
5280 - 1988 PT *
5281 Lindstrom 1988 SO1 Marilyn Martin Lindstrom (born Marilyn R. Martin), American planetary geologist[44]
5282 Yamatotakeru 1988 VT Yamato Takeru, Japanese legendary prince
5283 Pyrrhus 1989 BW Neoptolemus, son of Achilles
5284 Orsilocus 1989 CK2 Orsilocus, mythical person related to Trojan War [MPC 25444]
5285 Krethon 1989 EO11 Krethon, mythical person related to Trojan War [MPC 25444]
5286 Haruomukai 1989 VT1 Haruo Mukai, brother of one of the discoverers*
5287 Heishu 1989 WE Heishu Hosoi, Japanese confucianist
5288 Nankichi 1989 XD Nankichi Niimi, Japanese author
5289 Niemela 1990 KG2 *
5290 Langevin 1990 OD4 Paul Langevin, French physicist*
5291 Yuuko 1990 YT Yuuko Matsuyama, wife of discoverer
5292 - 1991 AJ1 *
5293 Bentengahama 1991 BQ2 Benten beach, Kushiro, Hokkaidō, Japan*
5294 Onnetoh 1991 CB Lake Onnetoh, Hokkaidō, Japan
5295 Masayo 1991 CE Masayo Mizuno, wife of discoverer
5296 Friedrich 9546 P-L *
5297 Schinkel 4170 T-2 Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Prussian architect*
5298 Paraskevopoulos 1966 PK John Stefanos Paraskevopoulos, Greek astronomer, director of the Athens Observatory and later superintendent of the Boyden Observatory
5299 Bittesini 1969 LB Luciano Bittesini, Italian amateur astronomer, of Farra d'Isonzo Observatory*
5300 Sats 1974 SX1 Nataliya Il'inichna Sats, Soviet author [MPC 34621]
5301–5400
5301 Novobranets 1974 SD3 Vasilij Andreevich Novobranets (1904-1984), Russian and Ukrainian writer.
5302 Romanoserra 1976 YF5 Romano Serra, Italian physicist †[45]
5303 Parijskij 1978 TT2 Yurij Nikolaevich Parijskij, Russian radio-astronomer †[18]
5304 Bazhenov 1978 TA7 Vasilij Ivanovich Bazhenov, Russian architect [MPC 34621]
5305 - 1978 VS5 *
5306 Fangfen 1980 BB Fen Fang, Chinese astronomer
5307 Paul-André 1980 YC *
5308 Hutchison 1981 DC2 Robert Hutchison (b. 1938) recently retired as curator of meteorites at the Natural History Museum in London. His chemical, mineralogical and petrological studies of chondritic meteorites have advanced our understanding of the early solar system processes leading to the formation of chondrites.
5309 MacPherson 1981 ED25 Glenn Joseph MacPherson, (b. 1950), curator at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History.
5310 Papike 1981 EP26 James Papike (b. 1937), director emeritus of the Institute of Meteoritics at the University of New Mexico.
5311 - 1981 GD1 *
5312 Schott 1981 VP2 Jacques Schott, French geochemist and mineralogist or Jean-Jacques Schott, French geophysicist or Charles Anthony Schott, German-American astronomer*
5313 Nunes 1982 SC2 *
5314 Wilkickia 1982 SG4 *
5315 Bal'mont 1982 SV5 *
5316 Filatov 1982 UB7 *
5317 Verolacqua 1983 CE Veronica Lynn Passalacqua*
5318 Dientzenhofer 1985 HG1 Kryštof Dientzenhofer, Czech architect †[46][47]
5319 Petrovskaya 1985 RK6 Margarita Sergeevna Petrovskaya, Russian astronomer †[18]
5320 Lisbeth 1985 VD *
5321 Jagras 1985 VN *
5322 - 1986 QB1 *
5323 Fogh 1986 TL4 Hans Jørn Fogh Olsen (b. 1943), who played an active role in the Brorfelde search for minor planets, celebrates his sixtieth birthday on Nov. 14. He has also been very active in the popularization of astronomy.
5324 Lyapunov 1987 SL Aleksandr Mikhailovich Lyapunov, Russian mathematician, engineer and physicist †[48] *
5325 Silver 1988 JQ *
5326 Vittoriosacco 1988 RT6 Vittorio Sacco (b. 1941), an Italian amateur astronomer and popularizer of astronomy.
5327 - 1989 EX1 *
5328 Nisiyamakoiti 1989 UH1 Koichi Nishiyama, Japanese mountaineer and amateur astronomer, meteor, comet, and nova hunter
5329 Decaro 1989 YP Mario De Caro, Italian philosopher
5330 Senrikyu 1990 BQ1 Sen no Rikyū, Japanese tea master
5331 Erimomisaki 1990 BT1 Cape Erimo, Hokkaidō, Japan
5332 Davidaguilar 1990 DA David Aguilar, American director of public affairs at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, astronomical photographer, and telescope maker
5333 Kanaya 1990 UH Kanaya, Shizuoka, Japan
5334 Mishima 1991 CF Mishima, Shizuoka, Japan
5335 Damocles 1991 DA Damocles, mythological Greek figure
5336 - 1991 JE1 *
5337 Aoki 1991 LD Masahiro Aoki, Japanese amateur astronomer*
5338 Michelblanc 1991 RJ5 Michel Blanc (b. 1949), French planetary scientist and director of the Observatoire Midi, Pyrenées.
5339 - 1992 CD *
5340 Burton 4027 P-L *
5341 Purgathofer 6040 P-L Alois Purgathofer, Austrian astronomer*
5342 Le Poole 3129 T-2 Rudolf Le Poole, Dutch astronomer at Leiden †[2]
5343 Ryzhov 1977 SG3 *
5344 Ryabov 1978 RN *
5345 Boynton 1981 EY8 *
5346 - 1981 QE3 *
5347 Orestelesca 1985 DX2 Oreste Lesca, amateur astronomer.
5348 - 1988 BB *
5349 Paulharris 1988 RA Paul Harris[disambiguation needed]? *
5350 Epetersen 1989 GL1 Erik V. Petersen, Danish amateur astronomer †[1]
5351 Diderot 1989 SG5 Denis Diderot, French writer †[1]
5352 Fujita 1989 YN Yoshio Fujita, Japanese astronomer*
5353 - 1989 YT -
5354 Hisayo 1990 BJ2 Hisayo Kaneda, daughter of second discoverer.
5355 Akihiro 1991 CA Akihiro Ueda, son of first discoveres.
5356 - 1991 FF1 -
5357 Sekiguchi 1992 EL Tomohiko Sekiguchi, an associate professor at Hokkaido University of Education since 2008.
5358 - 1992 QH -
5359 Markzakharov 1974 QX1 Mark Anatolievich Zakharov, Russian producer [MPC 34621]
5360 Rozhdestvenskij 1975 VD9 Gennady Rozhdestvensky, conductor of the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow *
5361 Goncharov 1976 YC2 Ivan Aleksandrovich Goncharov (1812-1891) is known for his four novels Oblomov, Obryv ("Precipice"), Obyknovennaya istoriya ("Unusual event") and Fregat "Pallada" ("Frigate Pallada").
5362 - 1978 CH -
5363 Kupka 1979 UQ František Kupka, Czech artist [MPC 34621][49]
5364 - 1980 RC1 -
5365 Fievez 1981 EN1 Charles Fievez, pioneer of astronomical spectroscopy in Belgium*
5366 Rhianjones 1981 EY30 Rhian Jones (b. 1960), an experimental and sample petrologist at the Institute of Meteoritics at the University of New Mexico.
5367 Sollenberger 1982 TT Paul Sollenberger, American astronomer [25]
5368 Vitagliano 1984 SW5 Aldo Vitagliano, Italian astronomer
5369 Virgiugum 1985 SE1 *
5370 Taranis 1986 RA Celtic god Taranis
5371 - 1987 VG1 -
5372 Bikki 1987 WS Bikki Sunazawa, Ainu sculptor
5373 - 1988 VV3 -
5374 Hokutosei 1989 AM1 Hokutosei, Japanese overnight limited express
5375 Siedentopf 1989 AN6 Heinrich Siedentopf, German astronomer*
5376 - 1990 DD -
5377 Komori 1991 FM Yukimasa Komori, Japanese amateur astronomer*
5378 Ellyett 1991 GD Clifford D. Ellyett, Australian physicist (geophysicist), latterly Professor of Physics, Newcastle University, N.S.W*
5379 Abehiroshi 1991 HG Hiroshi Abe (b. 1958), a discoverer of numerous minor planets at Yatsuka Observatory since 1993.
5380 Sprigg 1991 JT Reginald C. Sprigg (1919-1994), an Australian exploration geologist, oceanographer, biologist, author and conservationist.
5381 Sekhmet 1991 JY Sekhmet, Egyptian goddess
5382 McKay 1991 JR2 Christopher P. McKay, (b. 1954), space scientist and exobiologist at NASA-Ames Research Center.
5383 Leavitt 4293 T-2 Henrietta Swan Leavitt, American astronomer †[50] *
5384 Changjiangcun 1957 VA Changjiangcun, Jiangsu province, China, "the famous flower of Yangtze River", Chinese homonym of the Yangtze River
5385 Kamenka 1975 TS3 Kamenka, a small town in the Cherkassian region of Ukraine.
5386 Bajaja 1975 TH6 Esteban Bajaja, Argentine radio-astronomer
5387 Casleo 1980 NB CASLEO, the Complejo Astronómico Leoncito, San Juan, Argentina, the discovery site
5388 Mottola 1981 ED1 Stefano Mottola, German astronomer*
5389 Choikaiyau 1981 UB10 Kai-Yau Choi, Chinese educator*
5390 Huichiming 1981 YO1 For his help in alleviating poverty, Hui Chi Ming (b. 1964) received the China Glory Facilitative Poverty Aid Award and the United Nations Humanity and Peace Promotion Award.
5391 Emmons 1985 RE2 Richard H. Emmons, American physicist and astronomy educator †[51]
5392 Parker 1986 AK Donald C. Parker, American amateur astronomer †[52]
5393 Goldstein 1986 ET Richard M. Goldstein, radar astronomer [MPC 22830]
5394 Jurgens 1986 EZ1 Raymond Francis Jurgens, American astronomer*
5395 Shosasaki 1988 RK11 Sho Sasaki (b. 1960), a professor at the University of Tokyo.
5396 - 1988 SH1 -
5397 Vojislava 1988 VB5 Vojislava Protić–Benišek, Serb astronomer
5398 - 1989 AK1 -
5399 Awa 1989 BT Awa Province, ancient name of Tokushima prefecture, Japan
5400 - 1989 CM -
5401–5500
5401 Minamioda 1989 EV Minamioda, Kamikawa, Hyōgo, Japan
5402 Kejosmith 1989 UK2 *
5403 Takachiho 1990 DM Takachiho, Miyazaki, Japan
5404 Uemura 1991 EE1 Naomi Uemura, Japanese adventurer
5405 Neverland 1991 GY Neverland, fictional land created by J. M. Barrie*
5406 Jonjoseph 1991 PH11 Jonathan Joseph, programmer analyst at the Department of Astronomy of Cornell University[10]
5407 - 1992 AX -
5408 Thé 1232 T-1 Pik Sin Thé, former director of Bosscha Observatory in Lembang, Indonesia †[2]
5409 Saale 1962 SR *
5410 Spivakov 1967 DA Vladimir Spivakov, Russian conductor and violinist*
5411 Liia 1973 AT3 *
5412 Rou 1973 SR3 Aleksandr Arturovich Rou, Russian actor [MPC 34621]
5413 Smyslov 1977 EC2 Vasily Smyslov, chess world champion 1957–1958*
5414 Sokolov 1977 RW6 Viktor Georgievich Sokolov, Russian astronomer †[18]
5415 Lyanzuridi 1978 TB2 Konstantin Petrovich Lyanzuridi (b. 1934), engineer in vacuum technology and optics who has worked at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory.
5416 Estremadoyro 1978 VE5 Víctor Antolí Estremadoyro Robles, Peruvian astronomer, founder of the Peruvian Association of Astronomy and the Iberoamerican League of Astronomy
5417 Solovaya 1981 QT Nina A. Solovaya, Russian astronomer †[53][54]
5418 Joyce 1981 QG1 James Joyce, Irish writer [MPC 34621][55]
5419 Benua 1981 SW7 Nikolaj Leont'evich Benua, Russian architect, and his sons Leontij Nikolaevich, Russian architect, and Aleksandr Nikolaevich, Russian painter [MPC 34621]
5420 Jancis 1982 JR1 Jancis Robinson, British Master of Wine, editor of The Oxford Companion to Wine, weekly contributor to the Financial Times
5421 Ulanova 1982 TD2 Galina Sergeyevna Ulanova, Russian ballerina †[56]
5422 Hodgkin 1982 YL1 Dorothy Hodgkin, British chemist and Nobel Prize winner†[57] *
5423 - 1983 DC -
5424 Covington 1983 TN1 Arthur Edwin Covington, first Canadian radio-astronomer †[16]
5425 Vojtěch 1984 SA1 Václav Vojtěch, Czech Antarctic explorer [MPC 34621][58][59]
5426 Sharp 1985 DD *
5427 Jensmartin 1986 JQ Jens Martin Knudsen, Danish astrophysicist †[33]
5428 - 1987 RA1 -
5429 - 1988 BZ1 -
5430 Luu 1988 JA1 Jane Luu, Vietnamese-American astronomer*
5431 Maxinehelin 1988 MB Maxine Helin? *
5432 Imakiire 1988 VN Kyōko Imakiire, Japanese yachtswoman
5433 Kairen 1988 VZ2 Imakiire's Yacht
5434 - 1989 ES -
5435 Kameoka 1990 BS1 Kameoka, Kyoto, Japan
5436 Eumelos 1990 DK Eumelos, mythical person related to Trojan War [MPC 25444]
5437 - 1990 DU3 -
5438 Lorre 1990 QJ Jean J. Lorre, American astronomer*
5439 Couturier 1990 RW Pierre Couturier, French astronomer*
5440 Terao 1991 HD Hisashi Terao Japanese astronomer
5441 Andymurray 1991 JZ1 Andrew Barron Murray, Scottish professional tennis player. [MPC 85412]
5442 Drossart 1991 NH1 Pierre Drossart, French astronomer*
5443 Encrenaz 1991 NX1 Thérèse Encrenaz, French astronomer, Director of Research at CNRS and Director of the Space Research Department at Paris Observatory, or Pierre Encrenaz, French astronomer, Mission Scientist, Herschel Science Centre, at Paris Observatory*
5444 Gautier 1991 PM8 Daniel Gautier, French astronomer or Thomas Nicholas Gautier, American astronomer or Swiss astronomers Raoul Gautier and Étienne Alfred Émile Gautier*
5445 Williwaw 1991 PA12 Williwaw, a dramatic mountain on the skyline of Anchorage.
5446 Heyler 1991 PB13 Gene A. Heyler, of the Applied Physics Laboratory of Johns Hopkins University and contributor to the NEAR Shoemaker mission †[60]
5447 Lallement 1991 PO14 Rosine Lallement, French astronomer*
5448 Siebold 1992 SP Philipp Franz von Siebold, German physician who worked at the Dutch Trading Post on Dejima Island in Nagasaki from 1823 onwards[2] and †[61]
5449 - 1992 US5 -
5450 Sokrates 2780 P-L Socrates, Ancient Greek philosopher
5451 Plato 4598 P-L Plato, Ancient Greek philosopher
5452 - 1937 NN -
5453 Zakharchenya 1975 VS5 Boris Petrovich Zakharchenya (b. 1928), Russian scientist.
5454 Kojiki 1977 EW5 Kojiki, the first written mythology of Japan
5455 Surkov 1978 RV5 Yurii Aleksandrovich Surkov, Russian planetary scientist*
5456 Merman 1979 HH3 *
5457 Queen's 1980 TW5 Queen's University, Kingston, Canada †[16]
5458 Aizman 1980 TB12 *
5459 Saraburger 1981 QP3 Sara Burger, who helped Dutch Jews in World War II †[2]
5460 Tsénaat'a'í 1983 AW Navajo for "Flying Rock" (1996 Flagstaff Festival of Science asteroid naming contest winner) †[62]
5461 Autumn 1983 HB1 Autumn Dongxia Thomas, born on 2002 Jan. 15 in Wahun, China, is the discoverer's granddaughter.
5462 - 1984 SX5 -
5463 Danwelcher 1985 TO Dan Welcher, American composer and conductor*
5464 Weller 1985 VC1 *
5465 Chumakov 1986 RF13 *
5466 Makibi 1986 WP8 Kibi Makibi, Japanese scholar and noble
5467 - 1988 AG -
5468 Hamatonbetsu 1988 BK Hamatonbetsu, Hokkaidō, Japan
5469 - 1988 BK4 -
5470 Kurtlindstrom 1988 BK5 Kurt Leighton Lindstrom, American program executive for NASA's New Horizons Pluto-Kuiper Belt mission
5471 Tunguska 1988 PK1 Tunguska, site of a presumed asteroidal impact †[1]
5472 - 1988 RR -
5473 Yamanashi 1988 VR Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
5474 Gingasen 1988 XE1 Furusato Ginga Line of Hokkaidō Chihoku Kōgen Railway, Japan (Abolished in 2006)
5475 - 1989 QO -
5476 - 1989 TO11 -
5477 - 1989 UH2 -
5478 Wartburg 1989 UE4 *
5479 Grahamryder 1989 UT5 Graham Ryder, British lunar geologist*
5480 - 1989 YK8 -
5481 Kiuchi 1990 CH Tsuruhiko Kiuchi, Japanese amateur astronomer
5482 Korankei 1990 DX Korankei, located in the middle of Aichi prefecture.
5483 Cherkashin 1990 UQ11 Andrej Andreevich Cherkashin, a literary scholar and historian.
5484 Inoda 1990 VH1 Shigeru Inoda, Japanese amateur astronomer
5485 Kaula 1991 RQ21 William M. Kaula, Australian-American geophysicist †[63]
5486 - 1991 UT2 -
5487 - 1991 UM4 -
5488 Kiyosato 1991 VK5 Kiyosato, a town of Hokuto, Yamanashi, Japan
5489 Oberkochen 1993 BF2 *
5490 Burbidge 2019 P-L Margaret Burbidge, British astrophysicist*
5491 Kaulbach 3128 T-1 *
5492 Thoma 3227 T-1 *
5493 Spitzweg 1617 T-2 *
5494 Johanmohr 1933 UM1 Johan Maurits Mohr, 18th-century German-Dutch astronomer and meteorologist
5495 Rumyantsev 1972 RY3 Vasilii Rumyantsev, Russian (Ukrainian?) astronomer*
5496 - 1973 NA -
5497 Sararussell 1975 SS Sara Russell, British meteoriticist at the Natural History Museum*
5498 Gustafsson 1980 FT3 Bengt Gustafsson, Swedish astronomer †[64] [MPC 22830]
5499 - 1981 SU2 *
5500 Twilley 1981 WR *

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Preceded by
4,501–5,000
Meanings of minor planet names
List of minor planets: 5,001–6,000
Succeeded by
5,501–6,000