Sebastian F. Hönig

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Sebastian Florian Hönig is a DFG fellow in the astrophysics group of the University of California, Santa Barbara Physics Department from Eislingen/Fils, Germany. He works on active galactic nuclei and the theory of dust tori. Hönig has identified numerous asteroids and correctly identified the periodic comet P/2007 R5 despite it having no tail.[1] On July 22, 2002 he discovered comet C/2002 O4[2] and is credited with the discovery of about 500 asteroids.[3]


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