Timothy B. Spahr

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Asteroids discovered: 58
(6534) 1995 DT1 February 24, 1995
(7200) 1994 NO July 8, 1994
7476 Ogilsbie April 14, 1993
(7605) 1995 SR1 September 21, 1995
(7783) 1994 JD May 4, 1994
7784 Watterson August 5, 1994
7835 Myroncope June 16, 1993
7885 Levine May 17, 1993
(8404) 1995 AN January 1, 1995
(8563) 1995 US October 19, 1995
(8893) 1995 KZ May 23, 1993
(9772) 1993 MB June 16, 1993
(9799) 1996 RJ September 8, 1996
(10187) 1996 JV May 12, 1996
(10862) 1995 QE2 August 26, 1995
(11596) 1995 KA1 May 26, 1995
12008 Kandrup October 11, 1996
(12404) 1995 QW3 August 31, 1995
(13155) 1995 SB1 September 19, 1995
(13617) 1994 YA2 December 29, 1994
(14472) 1993 SQ14 September 22, 1993
(16708) 1995 SP1 September 21, 1995
17601 Sheldonschafer September 19, 1995
17602 Dr. G. September 21, 1995
(17609) 1995 UR October 18, 1995
(17633) 1996 JU May 11, 1996
(17644) 1996 TW8 October 10, 1996
(18513) 1996 TS5 October 7, 1996
(21228) 1995 SC September 20, 1995
(21268) 1996 KL1 May 22, 1996
22449 Ottijeff November 1, 1996
24827 Maryphil September 2, 1995
(21268) 1996 KL1 May 22, 1996
(26167) 1995 SA1 September 18, 1995
(30980) 1995 QU3 August 31, 1995
(30981) 1995 SJ4 September 25, 1995
(32859) 1993 EL March 15, 1993
(32896) 1994 NM2 July 12, 1994
(32896) 1994 NM2 July 12, 1994
(37652) 1994 JS1[1] May 4, 1994
(37721) 1996 TX8 October 10, 1996
(39646) 1995 SK4 September 26, 1995
(43891) 1995 SQ1 September 21, 1995
(46678) 1996 TZ8 October 26, 1996
(48717) 1996 RR5 October 15, 1996
(52471) 1995 SG4 September 26, 1995
(52529) 1996 RQ September 7, 1996
58373 Albertoalonso September 19, 1995
(65813) 1996 TT5 October 7, 1996
(69405) 1995 SW48 September 30, 1995
(69410) 1995 UB3 October 23, 1995
(73762) 1994 LS June 3, 1994
(85332) 1995 SH4 September 29, 1995
96268 Tomcarr September 20, 1995
(134372) 1995 SB4 September 25, 1995
(136704) 1995 TW October 13, 1995
(174368) 2002 UR9 October 29, 2002
(178338) 1995 UT6 October 19, 1995
(189796) 2002 GL2 April 7, 2002
(207975) 1996 TY8 October 12, 1996
  1. 1 with C. W. Hergenrother

Timothy B. Spahr is an American astronomer.

He works at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics as director of the Minor Planet Center, has discovered numerous asteroids and is credited as a co-discoverer of one satellite of Jupiter (Callirrhoe) and one of Saturn (Albiorix).

He also discovered two periodic comets (171P/Spahr, P/1998 U4).

Asteroid 2975 Spahr was named after him.[1]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Schmadel, Lutz D. (2003). Dictionary of Minor Planet Names. Springer. p. 245. ISBN 3-540-00238-3. 

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