UAO-DLR Asteroid Survey

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Asteroids discovered: 83
13437 Wellton-Persson November 28, 1999
(15141) 2000 EP106 March 11, 2000
(17244) 2000 FF50 March 28, 2000
(20709) 1999 XM8 December 2, 1999
(20756) 2000 BC19 January 27, 2000
(20763) 2000 FQ9 March 31, 2000
(24181) 1999 XN8 December 2, 1999
(25441) 1999 WG8 November 28, 1999
(27592) 2001 AL44 January 14, 2001
(31878) 2000 FR7 March 29, 2000
(36778) 2000 SU1 September 19, 2000
(41503) 2000 QG148 August 26, 2000
(45026) 1999 WE8 November 28, 1999
(51164) 2000 HR62 April 25, 2000
(57987) 2002 QQ6 August 19, 2002
(60637) 2000 FX30 March 29, 2000
(61730) 2000 QJ148 August 27, 2000
(62003) 2000 RB38 September 5, 2000
(62004) 2000 RG38 September 5, 2000
(65259) 2002 GP April 3, 2002
(65386) 2002 QS6 August 20, 2002
(68949) 2002 QN6 August 19, 2002
(71383) 2000 AH151 January 5, 2000
(72278) 2001 AZ51 January 12, 2001
(72992) 2002 EM10 March 15, 2002
(75080) 1999 VP24 November 12, 1999
(75226) 1999 WF3 November 19, 1999
(75236) 1999 WB8 November 28, 1999
(76276) 2000 EQ114 March 9, 2000
(76277) 2000 ER114 March 9, 2000
(76391) 2000 FP7 March 28, 2000
(76410) 2000 FC15 March 29, 2000
(76830) 2000 SA182 September 19, 2000
(76994) 2001 BW73 January 29, 2001
(77187) 2001 FY9 March 22, 2001
(77188) 2001 FZ9 March 22, 2001
(78541) 2002 RV117 September 2, 2002
(78818) 2003 QR5 August 17, 2003
(81207) 2000 FD15 March 29, 2000
(83023) 2001 QG178 August 24, 2001
(84196) 2002 RW117 September 2, 2002
(84530) 2002 UC11 October 29, 2002
(84686) 2002 VG102 November 12, 2002
(86895) 2000 HW34 April 25, 2000
(88222) 2001 AY51 January 15, 2001
(89911) 2002 ER8 March 9, 2002
(90035) 2002 UQ34 October 31, 2002
(92943) 2000 RD38 September 5, 2000
(92944) 2000 RK38 September 5, 2000
(95794) 2003 FN21 March 25, 2003
(95871) 2003 GY34 April 8, 2003
(97184) 1999 WG3 November 19, 1999
(97674) 2000 FJ50 March 31, 2000
(99508) 2002 EQ8 March 9, 2002
(99509) 2002 EL9 March 14, 2002
(104440) 2000 FC74 March 31, 2000
(105405) 2000 QM148 August 27, 2000
(105885) 2000 SW180 September 17, 2000
(108918) 2001 PZ14 August 13, 2001
(109352) 2001 QR153 August 18, 2001
(111814) 2002 CW299 February 10, 2002
(112637) 2002 PK80 August 6, 2002
(113308) 2002 RM187 September 11, 2002
(113309) 2002 RN187 September 11, 2002
(113625) 2002 TD65 October 2, 2002
(114002) 2002 UP34 October 31, 2002
(114030) 2002 VD7 November 2, 2002
(115305) 2003 SR209 September 24, 2003
(115480) 2003 UC11 October 19, 2003
(115504) 2003 UH29 October 23, 2003
(115705) 2003 UU166 October 21, 2003
(119929) 2002 FE7 March 24, 2002
(119933) 2002 GN April 3, 2002
(119969) 2002 UU17 October 30, 2002
(122600) 2000 RE38 September 5, 2000
(123816) 2001 BU73 January 29, 2001
(125265) 2001 UT222 October 23, 2001
(127003) 2002 GO April 3, 2002
(127004) 2002 GW1 April 3, 2002
(127591) 2003 BF6 January 23, 2003
(127750) 2003 FV16 March 23, 2003
(128603) 2004 QP13 August 22, 2004
(128609) 2004 QB19 August 22, 2004

The UAO – DLR Asteroid Survey (UDAS), also known as the Uppsala-DLR Asteroid Survey, is a dedicated programme to search for and follow up asteroids and comets, with special emphasis on near-Earth objects (NEOs) in co-operation and support of global efforts in NEO-research, initiated by the Working Group on Near-Earth Objects (WGNEO) of the International Astronomical Union (IAU), and the Spaceguard Foundation. It is a kind of follow-on programme to ODAS, which had to close due to lack of further financial support. It should also not be confused with the Uppsala-DLR Trojan Survey (UDTS), which was conducted a few years before UDAS was launched.

UDAS began regular observations in September 1999, with some test runs during 1998. Discoveries of NEOs are reported to the Minor Planet Center.

UAO stands for Uppsala Astronomical Observatory, Uppsala, Sweden. DLR stands for the Deutschen Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, the German Aerospace Center.

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