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He discovered 21 asteroids and is a co-discoverer of the comet C/1942 C1 (Whipple-Bernasconi-Kulin). In addition to astronomy he also wrote some science fiction. The asteroid 3019 Kulin was named in his honor.
Kulin György emlékoldal (Remembering György Kulin) – impressive website associated with the celebrations held in January 2005, the centenary of his birth, with picture gallery and downloadable (but large) sound and video files. Includes comprehensive bibliography. The site is in Hungarian. Accessed 20 July 2005