Meanings of minor planet names: 129001–130000

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This is a partial list of meanings of minor planet names. See meanings of minor planet names for a list of all such partial lists.

As minor planet discoveries are confirmed, they are given a permanent number by the IAU's Minor Planet Center, and the discoverers can then submit names for them, following the IAU's naming conventions. The list below concerns those minor planets in the specified number-range that have received names, and explains the meanings of those names.

Besides the Minor Planet Circulars (in which the citations are published), a key source is Lutz D. Schmadel's Dictionary of Minor Planet Names.[1][2][3] Meanings that do not quote a reference (the "†" links) are tentative. Meanings marked with an asterisk (*) are guesswork, and should be checked against the mentioned sources to ensure that the identification is correct.

129001–129100[edit]

Named minor planet Provisional This minor planet was named for... Ref · Catalog
129026 Conormcmenamin 2004 TE345 Conor Brendan McMenamin (born 1989) is a student engineer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology working as the Thermal Engineer guiding the design and stable temperature performance of the student-built Regolith X-ray Imaging Spectrometer aboard the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. JPL MPC · 129026
129050 Lowellcogburn 2004 VW9 Lowell Cogburn (born 1955) is the OSIRIS REx spacecraft lead dynamics analyst responsible for Touch and Go dynamic analysis and Sample Return Capsule release dynamic analysis. He was the Dynamics lead on the GRAIL lunar mission. JPL · 129050
129051 Chrismay 2004 VO10 Chris May (born 1972) is the Thermal Lead for the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft. He was the Thermal Lead for the GRAIL lunar mission and thermal engineer on the Mars Phoenix lander, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Mars Odyssey missions. JPL · 129051
129052 Nîmeshdave 2004 VC11 Nîmesh Dave (born 1972) is the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft structures Certified Principal Engineer (CPE). He was the structures CPE on the GRAIL lunar mission, and mechanical design engineer on ORION and MSL Aeroshell. JPL · 129052
129053 Derekshannon 2004 VP12 Derek Shannon (born 1976) is the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft Mechanical Analysis Lead and mechanical Certified Test Conductor. He held the same role on the GRAIL misson, and was a stress analyst on Juno and MSL Aeroshell. JPL · 129053
129060 Huntskretsch 2004 VH21 Hunts Kretsch (born 1957) is the OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Capsule (SRC) Certified Principal Engineer. JPL · 129060
129061 Karlfortney 2004 VM22 Karl Fortney (born 1962) is the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft Mechanisms Certified Principal Engineer. He was a mechanical engineer on the MAVEN and Juno missions as well as the MSL Aeroshell. JPL · 129061
129063 Joshwood 2004 VF26 Josh Wood (born 1977) is the flight system System Design Lead and CPE at Lockheed Martin for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He was also Systems/ Electrical/Payload Accommodations Engineer for the GRAIL program, and the STL lead for the Phoenix Mars Lander. JPL · 129063
129064 Jeanneladewig 2004 VT26 Jeanne Ladewig (born 1957) is the flight system Payload Accommodation Lead Engineer and the TAGCAMS CPE at Lockheed Martin for the OSIRIS-REx Mission and the Payload Accommodation Lead Engineer on the Juno and Phoenix missions. She has multi-mission experience working payloads on NASA interplanetary missions. JPL · 129064
129068 Alexmay 2004 VU52 Alex May (born 1981) is the flight system Touch-And-Go Mission Phase Lead at Lockheed Martin for the OSIRIS-REx Mission. Alex has worked on a number of missions and research programs developing proximity operations technologies within System Engineering and Guidance, Navigation and Control teams. JPL · 129068
129071 Catriegle 2004 VF54 Cat Riegle (born 1976) is the flight system Contamination Control Lead at Lockheed Martin for the OSIRIS-REx Mission. She has supported multiple NASA interplanetary missions helping to ensure that contamination control and planetary protection requirements are met. JPL · 129071
129073 Sandyfreund 2004 VP59 Sandy Freund (born 1979) is the flight system Fault Protection Lead and Launch and SRC Release Mission Phase lead at Lockheed Martin on the OSIRIS-REx Mission. She was the fault protection lead on MAVEN and was a mission operations development lead on the Phoenix Mission's EDL critical mission phase. JPL · 129073
129078 Animoo 2004 VL65 Animoo, title of artistic work by Laurent "Lillo" Steidle, Swiss geologist and painter JPL · 129078
129082 Oliviabillett 2004 VK76 Olivia Billett (born 1980) is the flight system Lead Software Systems Engineer, Science Mission Phase lead and flight system CPE delegate at Lockheed Martin on the OSIRIS-REx mission. She previously served as the SSE on the MAVEN mission, and supported multiple interplanetary missions within Mission Operations. JPL · 129082
129092 Snowdonia 2004 WB10 Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales JPL · 129092
129095 Martyschmitzer 2004 XC1 Martin Schmitzer (born 1970) is the RF Subsystem Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He served as the RF lead for the GRAIL mission, MRO and Odyssey Mars missions, and Spitzer Space Telescope and was a team member on the Stardust comet sample return mission and 1998 Mars Surveyor Program. JPL · 129095
129096 Andrewleung 2004 XU1 Andrew Leung (born 1986) is the EPS ATLO Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. Prior to serving in this role, he was the PDDU CPE delegate, SASM and BCM Card Lead for OSIRIS-REx, and a card level electronics engineer for the ISIS airship program. JPL · 129096
129099 Spoelhof 2004 XU3 William Spoelhof, American president of Calvin College MPC · 129099
129100 Aaronammons 2004 XY4 Aaron Ammons (born 1970) is the Command And Data Handling (C&DH) Certified Principal Engineer Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He was a team member to the Advanced Programs Low Power Avionics study and on the C&DH team for the GRAIL mission. JPL · 129100

129101–129200[edit]

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129101 Geoffcollyer 2004 XF6 Geoff Collyer, Canadian computer scientist JPL · 129101
129102 Charliecamarotte 2004 XO9 Charles Camarotte (born 1953) is the Lockheed Martin Power Systems Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He was also the C&DH Lead for OSIRIS-REx, as well as the C&DH Lead for the Juno Mission, and a flight team member of the Tethered Satellite mission. JPL · 129102
129108 Kristianwaldorff 2004 XO24 Kristian Waldorff is the flight system GN&C LIDAR CPE at Lockheed Martin for the OSIRIS-REx Mission. He was a Payload Accommodation Engineer on the MAVEN mission and was on the Electrical System Engineering teams on the GRAIL and Phoenix missions. JPL · 129108
129114 Oliverwalthall 2004 XZ72 Oliver Walthall (born 1972) is the LIDAR algorithm subject matter expert at Lockheed Martin for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He was also a Guidance, Navigation and Control engineer on the MAVEN and Orion programs. JPL · 129114
129119 Ericmuhle 2004 XA111 Eric Muhle (born 1981) is a Guidance, Navigation and Control engineer at Lockheed Martin on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission, responsible for momentum management. He also served in GN&C Operations at LM IS&GS. JPL · 129119
129125 Chrisvoth 2004 XA162 Chris Voth (born 1965) is the Guidance, Navigation and Control Subsystem Lead for OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission and the Subsystem CPE. He was also the attitude determination lead on Juno and other Lockheed Martin SES space missions. JPL · 129125
129137 Hippolochos 2005 AP27 Hippolochos, son of Antimachos, a Trojan warrior killed by Agamemnon JPL · 129137
129138 Williamfrost 2005 AN38 William A. Frost (born 1976) is the Lockheed Martin system test engineering lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. Prior to serving in this role, he supported the MAVEN mission to Mars, the GRAIL lunar mission, the GLM program and the TIROS program. JPL · 129138
129146 Stevenglenn 2005 CF38 Steven J. Glenn (born 1961) is the Lockheed Martin operations lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He has worked on many missions, including Magellan, Transfer Orbit Stage, Mars Global Surveyor, Mars Climate Orbiter, Genesis, MRO, Defense Systems, MER, MSL, GRAIL and MAVEN. JPL · 129146
129148 Sheilahaggard 2005 ET49 Sheila D. Gray Haggard (born 1971) is a Lockheed Martin test engineer for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission, responsible for development of system verification tests. She has worked many other NASA missions including MGS, Stardust, Odyssey, Spitzer, Genesis, MRO, Grail, MAVEN and InSight. JPL · 129148
129149 Richwitherspoon 2005 EP51 Richard A. Witherspoon (born 1981) is the Lockheed Martin lead electrical test conductor for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He also worked at Surrey Spacecraft Technologies. JPL · 129149
129151 Angelaboggs 2005 EE99 Angela Boggs (born 1978) is the Lockheed Martin Simulation Software Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. She was also the Simulation Software Lead for the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission. JPL · 129151
129152 Jaystpierre 2005 EQ133 Jay St. Pierre (born 1969) is the Lockheed Martin Guidance Navigation and Control (GNC) Flight and Simulation Software Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He was the GNC Subsystem Lead on the Juno Mission and was a GNC analyst and software developer for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. JPL · 129152
129154 Georgesondecker 2005 EG188 George Ralph Sondecker, IV (born 1986), the original Lead Student Engineer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology JPL · 129154
129158 Michaelmellman 2005 FD8 Michael J. Mellman (born 1977) is the Lockheed Martin electrical ground equipment lead and test engineer for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He was also a shop lead for an electronics laboratory and a surveyor. JPL · 129158
129160 Ericpeters 2005 GH41 Eric Peters (born 1989) worked as a student engineer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he designed and tested a preliminary structural model for the student-built Regolith X-ray Imaging Spectrometer aboard the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. JPL · 129160
129161 Mykallefevre 2005 GP64 Mykal Lefevre (born 1986) is the Mission Operations System Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. She was also instrumental in the MAVEN Mars orbit insertion sequence development and implementation teams. JPL · 129161
129165 Kevinstout 2005 GP113 Kevin Dale Stout (born 1988) worked as a student engineer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he developed a thermal design and thermal control system for the student-built Regolith X-ray Imaging Spectrometer aboard the OSIRISREx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. JPL · 129165
129167 Dianelambert 2005 JZ18 Diane S. Doran-Lambert (born 1981) worked on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission as a Stereophotoclinometry Scientist contributing to the testing of mission-critical software and the development of Digital Terrain Models JPL · 129167
129172 Jodizareski 2005 JP137 Jodi Zareski (born 1982) is a central member of the Lockheed Martin Mission Operations Development team for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. She has been the primary operations test lead and block development engineer. JPL · 129172
129173 Mattgoman 2005 JG139 Matt Goman (born 1979) is the Lockheed Martin Operations Ground System Development Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission telemetry systems and tools. He was also Ground System Development Lead and tools engineer for the MAVEN and InSight missions. JPL · 129173
129176 Gerardcarter 2005 LM2 Gerard Carter (born 1958) is the Lockheed Martin Quality Engineering Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. Prior to serving in this role, he was the QE Lead for the MAVEN Mars Orbiter Mission and several other deep space missions. JPL · 129176
129177 Jeanneeha 2005 LN2 Jeanne Eha (born 1960) is the Lockheed Martin Lead Parts Materials and Processes (PMP) Engineer for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. She was also the PMP Engineer for the MAVEN Mars Mission, the Juno and GRAIL missions. JPL · 129177
129185 Jonburroughs 2005 LO47 Jonathan C. Burroughs (born 1982), the Lead Mission Assurance Engineer for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. JPL · 129185
129186 Joshgrindlay 2005 LJ48 Jonathan E. Grindlay (born 1944), a high energy astrophysicist and Professor at the Harvard College Observatory. JPL · 129186
129187 Danielalfred 2005 LB50 Daniel Alfred (born 1985) was the lead thermal engineer on OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera system JPL · 129187
129188 Dangallagher 2005 MM4 Daniel Gallagher (born 1980) is a Multimedia Producer at NASA's Goddard Spaceflight Center. He is supporting the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission with videos, animations and other media products JPL · 129188
129196 Mitchbeiser 2005 MV52 Mitchell Beiser (born 1991) worked as a mechanical design engineer on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera system. He is passionate about the outdoors and the night sky. JPL · 129196

129201–129300[edit]

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129201 Brandenallen 2005 NF10 Branden Allen (born 1979), an astronomer at the Harvard College Observatory JPL · 129201
129209 Robertburt 2005 NP60 Robert Burt (born 1964), a longtime aerospace electronics engineer at Space Dynamics Laboratory, worked as the lead detector electronics designer on OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera system. He was supported in this effort by his wife and five children. JPL · 129209
129214 Gordoncasto 2005 NW69 Gordon Casto (born 1960), the OSIRIS-REx Visible and near InfraRed Spectrometer (OVIRS) mechanical lead, ensuring the instrument can operate properly under cryogenic conditions. JPL · 129214
129216 Chloecastle 2005 NQ82 Chloe Castle (born 1990) worked as a Hofstadter Analytical Services test engineer on OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera system, her first space mission. JPL · 129216
129234 Silly 2005 PS5 Didier Silly, French optician and amateur astronomer, friend of the discoverer JPL · 129234
129259 Tapolca 2005 QD75 Tapolca, Hungary, birthplace of the second discoverer JPL · 129259
129277 Jianxinchen 2005 RC10 Jianxin Chen (born 1963) worked as the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS Camera Control Module electronics architect and the FPGA designer. He also designed the Ion and Electron Spectrometer FPGA and controller on the Rosetta mission, and the C&DH module for the Ralph camera on New Horizons. JPL · 129277

129301–129400[edit]

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129307 Tomconnors 2005 SL190 Thomas Connors (born 1959) served as a lead mechanical engineer on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also worked as systems engineer on the LBTI and Kepler Technology Demonstration projects, as well as future telescope architecture studies. He is the proud grandfather of Mills and Ellie. JPL · 129307
129312 Drouetdaubigny 2005 SH214 Christian Drouet d'Aubigny (born 1972) served as the deputy instrument scientist and lead optical designer for OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also worked on technology development for terahertz imaging radars, imaging spectrometers, and for NASA's proposed Terrestrial Planet Finder. JPL · 129312
129314 Dathongolish 2005 SM220 Dathon Golish (born 1979) was the lead image analyst on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also worked on terahertz astronomical receivers for telescopes in Arizona and at the South Pole, as well as image formation software for the DARPA AWARE gigapixel camera. JPL · 129314
129318 Sarahschlieder 2005 TC23 Sarah Elizabeth Schlieder (born 1995) is a science communications specialist. She worked as a Public Affairs Specialist for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission JPL · 129318
129321 Tannercampbell 2005 TS24 Tanner S. Campbell (born 1991) worked on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission as a Stereophotoclinometry Scientist and Programmer, working to test and develop the mission-critical digital terrain mapping software JPL · 129321
129324 Johnweirich 2005 TH72 John R. Weirich (born 1979) is a researcher at the Planetary Science Institute. Currently his research focus is testing and preparing code that will be used to build a shape model of asteroid Bennu for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He also conducts age dating on impact-melted meteorites JPL · 129324
129325 Jedhancock 2005 TW72 Jed Hancock (born 1977) served as the detector assembly lead on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He was Civil Space Division director at the Utah State University Space Dynamics Laboratory and managed development of camera assemblies on NASA's Ionospheric Connect Explorer mission. JPL · 129325
129328 Loriharrison 2005 TZ171 Lori Harrison (born 1978) worked as the Integration and Test Lead Engineer for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. She was a Test Engineer for the Phoenix Mars Mission. She enjoys hiking, traveling, taking pictures in space and playing the bagpipes. JPL · 129328
129330 Karlharshman 2005 UH18 Karl Harshman (born 1957) served as the lead software engineer on the OCAMS camera and as the Science Processing Operations Center Manager for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. JPL · 129330
129332 Markhunten 2005 UJ50 Mark Hunten (born 1954) worked as a senior electrical engineer on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also worked on the Gemini 8-m telescopes and the MONSOON CCD and IR array controller. JPL · 129332
129333 Ashleylancaster 2005 UR55 Ashley Lancaster (born 1990) worked as a test engineer on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. She also worked on the ATST Solar Telescope. JPL · 129333
129335 Edwardlittle 2005 UM70 Edward Little (born 1978) worked as a calibration and test engineer on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He is an avid amateur astronomer and optical designer. JPL · 129335
129338 Andrewlowman 2005 UZ74 Andrew Lowman (born 1967) worked as an optical designer on OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also worked as an optical engineer on the Lick Automated Planet Finder, SkyMapper, the Magdalena Ridge telescopes and on the Optical Navigation Camera for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter JPL · 129338
129342 Ependes 2005 VA4 Ependes, Fribourg, Switzerland JPL · 129342

129401–129500[edit]

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There are no named minor planets in this number range

129501–129600[edit]

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129561 Chuhachi 1997 CS21 Chuhachi Ninomiya, the first Japanese to fly a propeller-driven model aircraft JPL · 129561
129564 Christy 1997 ER40 James Walter Christy, American astronomer, discoverer of Charon [4] JPL · 129564
129595 Vand 1997 VD Vladimír Vand, 20th-century Czech astronomer and molecular spectroscopist JPL · 129595

129601–129700[edit]

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129701–129800[edit]

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129773 Catmerrill 1999 JJ1 Catherine Merrill (born 1979) was the Lead Systems Engineer and Deputy Program Manager for the OCAMS camera on the OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission, involved in all aspects of its development and delivery. She is presently the project manager of the primary mirror system for the Giant Magellan Telescope JPL · 129773

129801–129900[edit]

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129801 Tommcmahon 1999 KB1 Tom McMahon (born 1962) was electronics lead on the OCAMS camera for the OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission. He also served as project manager for the Large Binocular Telescope Interferometer and systems engineer for the Multi-band Imaging Spectrometer (MIPS) on the Spitzer Space Telescope JPL · 129801
129807 Stefanodougherty 1999 KV17 Stefan O'Dougherty (born 1998) worked as a calibration and test engineer on OSIRIS-REx Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera system. JPL · 129807
129811 Stacyoliver 1999 LY33 Stacy Oliver (born 1969) worked as information technologies and documentation specialist on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. JPL · 129811
129876 Stevenpeterson 1999 RA254 Steven Peterson (born 1953) worked as an optical systems calibration and test engineer on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also worked at Kitt Peak National Observatory and served as an officer of the Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association JPL · 129876
129879 Tishasaltzman 1999 SV4 Tisha Saltzman (born 1966) served as the business manager on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. She also worked on the Phoenix Mars mission SSI and Ground Operations teams JPL · 129879
129881 Chucksee 1999 SK16 Charles See (born 1956) worked as a calibration and test engineer on the OSIRISREx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also filled many roles on the Descent Imager/Spectral Radiometer team on the Cassini-Huygens probe to Titan, including systems, calibration and test lead, and data analyst. JPL · 129881
129882 Ustica 1999 TO Ustica, a volcanic island 70 km north of Palermo, Sicily, famous for being the first Marine Protected Area in Italy (1986). JPL · 129882
129898 Sanfordselznick 1999 TP39 Sanford Selznick (born 1969) was the telemetry lead for the OSIRIS-REx Mission Science Processing Operations Center. He also designed the commanding and telemetry interface used for the Mars Odyssey mission, the Mars Phoenix mission, and contributed to OSIRIS-REx OCAMS camera hardware development. JPL · 129898

129901–130000[edit]

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129954 Corksauve 1999 TA236 Corwynn Sauve (born 1961) was as a mechanical designer on OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera suite JPL · 129954
129955 Eriksyrstad 1999 TY248 Erik Syrstad (born 1978) was the detector assembly contamination control lead for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. As an instrument scientist at the Utah State University Space Dynamics Laboratory, he was the program manager for the FUV spectrograph camera on NASA's ICON mission. JPL · 129955
129962 Williamverts 1999 TY294 William Verts (born 1968) worked as a senior mechanical designer on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also helped design TEGA II on the Phoenix Mars Mission and Mars Polar Lander and GRS on the Odyssey Mars Mission JPL · 129962
129963 Marvinwalthall 1999 TZ296 Marvin Walthall (born 1983) worked as an optical and stray light analyst on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera JPL · 129963
129966 Michaelward 1999 UU5 Michael Ward (born 1964) served as the configuration manager on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also worked as mission operations manager for GRS on Mars Odyssey JPL · 129966
129968 Mitchwhiteley 1999 UA15 Mitchell Whiteley (born 1972) designed the camera FPGA read-out electronics on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also designed the SOFIE Sun Tracker for NASA-AIM and served as the USURF-SDL Digital Imaging Space Camera lead JPL · 129968
129969 Bradwilliams 1999 UV16 Bradley Williams (born 1989) worked as a systems engineer on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission OCAMS camera. He also worked on the Phoenix Mars mission. JPL · 129969
129973 Michaeldaly 1999 UW25 Michael Daly (born 1965) is a professor of planetary science at York University and is the lead scientist for the OSIRIS-REx Laser Altimeter. Prior to this, he was the lead engineer for the development of Phoenix MET, Canada's first instruments to operate on the surface of Mars. JPL · 129973
129980 Catherinejohnson 1999 UN42 Catherine Johnson (born 1967) is a planetary geophysicist and a Co-Investigator for the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission and for the InSight mission to Mars. She was a Participating Scientist on the MESSENGER mission to Mercury and is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union JPL · 129980
129982 Jeffseabrook 1999 UJ45 Jeff Seabrook (born 1976) is part of the altimetry team developing the capability to generate topography and shape models from the OSIRIS-REx Laser Altimeter. Prior to this, he was a graduate student who developed and deployed atmospheric ozone lidars, and part of the MET team on the Phoenix Mars Mission. JPL · 129982
129985 Jimfreemantle 1999 UP51 Jim Freemantle (born 1958) is the Project Manager for the OLA Science Team on the OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission. He was also the Project Manager for the Canadian MET Sensor on board the Phoenix Mars Lander. He has had a long career using remote sensing to monitor environmental change JPL · 129985
129988 Camerondickinson 1999 VH4 Cameron S. Dickinson (born 1974) is the Technical Lead for the OSIRIS-REx Laser Altimeter. Previously, Cameron was the Operations Lead for the Phoenix Mars Lander Meteorological Station JPL · 129988

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schmadel, Lutz D. (2003). Dictionary of Minor Planet Names. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. ISBN 978-3-540-00238-3. Retrieved 27 July 2016. 
  2. ^ Schmadel, Lutz D. (2006). Dictionary of Minor Planet Names – Addendum to Fifth Edition: 2003–2005. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. ISBN 978-3-540-34360-8. Retrieved 27 July 2016. 
  3. ^ "MPC/MPO/MPS Archive". Minor Planet Center. Retrieved 27 July 2016. 
  4. ^ "The USNO Asteroid Connection" (PDF). The USNO Transit. April–May 2009. Retrieved 2014-09-04. 


Preceded by
128,001–129,000
Meanings of minor planet names
List of minor planets: 129,001–130,000
Succeeded by
130,001–131,000