William Kwong Yu Yeung

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William Kwong Yu Yeung (also known simply as Bill Yeung) (Chinese: 楊光宇) is a Hong Kong-born, Canadian amateur astronomer with telescopes based in the United States.[1]

He is a prolific discoverer of asteroids and also discovered the comet 172P/Yeung. He also discovered the object J002E3, which was first thought to be an asteroid, but is now known to be part of a Saturn V Rocket that propelled Apollo 12 into space. He worked first from Rock Finder Observatory (IAU code 652) in Calgary, Alberta, and now works from Arizona's Desert Beaver Observatory (IAU code 919) and Desert Eagle Observatory (IAU code 333).

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  1. ^ Denny, R. B. (May 2003), "Automation Techniques for Scientific Astronomy", The Society for Astronomical Sciences 22nd Annual Symposium on Telescope Science, held May 21-22, 2003 (Society for Astronomical Sciences): 17, Bibcode:2003SASS...22...17D. 

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