Meanings of minor planet names: 190,001–200,000

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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 span of numbers 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. Meanings that do not quote a reference (the "†" links) are tentative.

Minor planets not yet given a name have not been included in this list.

Name Provisional Designation Source of Name
190,001–191,000 [edit]
190026 Iskorosten 2004 QJ Iskorosten was the capital of the Drevlyany tribe in the times of Kiev Rus
190057 Nakagawa 2004 RR252 Nakagawa is a river that flows for about 125 km in Tokushima prefecture
190310 De Martin 1997 TW Davide De Martin, Italian amateur astronomer, author and popularizer of astronomy
190333 Jirous 1998 SX14 Ivan Martin Jirous (known as Magor), Czech poet, art historian, frontman of the rock group The Plastic People of the Universe
190504 Hermanottó 2000 HE Ottó Herman (1835–1914), a Hungarian zoologist, ethnographer, mineralogist, archaeologist, journalist, renowned as the “last polyhistor of Hungary”.
190617 Alexandergerst 2000 WT9 Geophysicist Alexander Gerst (b. 1976) was the third German astronaut onboard the International Space Station.
191,001–192,000 [edit]
191282 Feustel 2003 FS Andrew Feustel, NASA astronaut, served on the crew of STS-125
191341 Lánczos 2003 QC31 Kornél Lánczos (1893–1974), a Hungarian physicist and mathematician.
191494 Berndkoch 2003 UE5 Bernd Koch, German physicist and dedicated amateur astronomer
191582 Kikadolfi 2003 YK69 Federica Dolfi, amateur astronomer and collaborator of the astronomical observatory in San Marcello Pistoiese
191856 Almáriván 2004 VW69 Iván Almár, Hungarian astronomer and space scientist
191857 Illéserzsébet 2004 VA70 Erzsébet Illés, Hungarian astronomer and planetary scientist
192,001–193,000 [edit]
192155 Hargittai 2006 HZ17 Magdolna and István Hargittai are Hungarian chemists and full members of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
192158 Christian 2006 XF4 Christian Apitzsch, son of the discoverer
192178 Lijieshou 2007 EA200 Li Jieshou (b. 1924), an academician of Chinese Engineering Academy, is the founder of surgical nutriology and therapies of refractory gastrointestinal disease in China.
192208 Tzu Chi 2007 JX33 The Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation, established in Taiwan in 1966, has grown to be an international humanitarian organization with over 10 million members in 47 countries
192220 Oicles 2007 RZ132 Oicles was an Argive king, father of Amphiaraus and son of Mantius
192293 Dominikbrunner 1990 TA2 Dominik Brunner, Bavarian entrepreneur
192439 Cílek 1997 VC Václav Cílek, Czech geologist, climatologist, writer, philosopher and science popularizer
192686 Aljuroma 1999 TU17 Alexandra, Juri, Robin and Marlene are grandchildren of the discoverer
193,001–194,000 [edit]
193158 Haechan 2000 KJ4 Haechan Kim is the discover's son
194,001–195,000 [edit]
194262 Nové Zámky 2001 TE257 Nové Zámky, a modern town and district center in southern Slovakia
194970 Márai 2002 BH Sándor Márai, Hungarian writer and journalist
194982 Furia 2002 BH Salvatore Furia, amateur astronomer and naturalist
195,001–196,000 [edit]
195600 Scheithauer 2002 JH148 Christian Friedrich Scheithauer (1771–1846), a teacher and amateur astronomer in Chemnitz, Germany
195657 Zhuangqining 2002 NN60 Zhuangqining (b. 1945), a teacher and the first Secretary-General of the Ningbo Astronomy Amateur Association of China.
195777 Sheepman 2002 PP154 Sheepman, the shabby but oracular creature is featured in two of Haruki Murakami's novels, A Wild Sheep Chase and Dance Dance Dance. The Sheepman appears as an unshaven man dressed in sheepskin who instructs the protagonist to "dance so it all keeps spinning."
195900 Rogersudbury 2002 RS41 Roger Sudbury (born 1938) provided leadership and expertise in the national security community since joining the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Lincoln Laboratory in 1969. As a key senior leader at the Laboratory, he assisted in initiating the LINEAR Ceres Connection program.
195998 Skipwilson 2002 RO235 Ivan "Skip" Wilson, pioneer of systematic meteorite recovery
196000 Izzard 2002 RY237 Eddie Izzard, British stand-up comic and dramatic actor
196,001–197,000 [edit]
196005 Róbertschiller 2002 RS241 Róbert Schiller, Hungarian physical chemist
196035 Haraldbill 2002 SZ27 Harald Bill, a long-term friend of the discoverer, is a German amateur astronomer
196476 Humfernandez 2003 JU17 Humberto Fernandez Morán, predecessor of the current Venezuelan Institute of Scientific Research
196481 VATT 2003 KS2 The Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope (VATT)
196540 Weinbaum 2003 OW30 Stanley Grauman Weinbaum, American science-fiction author
196640 Mulhacén 2003 SO15 Mulhacén, the highest mountain of the Iberian Peninsula
196772 Fritzleiber 2003 SQ170 Fritz Leiber Jr., American science-fiction writer
196736 Munkácsy 2003 SH127 Mihály Munkácsy (1844–1900), a Hungarian painter who lived in Paris and gained an international reputation with his genre pictures and large-scale biblical paintings.
196807 Beshore 2003 SB221 Ed Beshore, American operations manager and lead software engineer for the Near-Earth Object search programs at the Catalina, Siding Spring and Mt. Lemmon surveys
196938 Delgordon 2003 UO20 Del Gordon, American software/systems engineer for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles at Northrop Grumman Corporation and an officer of the Huachuca Astronomy Club
197,001–198,000 [edit]
197189 Raymond 2003 UL317 Sean Raymond (b. 1977), an American astronomer and a contributor to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.
197196 Jamestaylor 2003 VB8 James Taylor (born 1965) is in charge of publicity for the Huachuca Astronomy Club
197707 Paulnohr 2004 PN Paul Nohr, coordinator of the Cincinnati Observatory
197856 Tafelmusik 2004 QH16 Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Canada
197864 Florentpagny 2004 RQ1 Florent Pagny (b. 1961), a French musician.
197870 Erkman 2004 RC8 Suren Erkman (b. 1955), a professor of the University of Lausanne and an industrial ecology specialist, as well as a friend of the discoverer.
198,001–199,000 [edit]
198110 Heathrhoades 2004 SD56 Heath Rhoades, the Table Mountain Observatory computer network administrator
198450 Scattolin 2004 XG6 Patrice Scattolin (b. 1965) is one of the foremost amateur observers in Canada.
198592 Antbernal 2005 AK Antonio Bernal, Colombian ex-director of the Medellín Planetarium and a charter member of the Red de Astronomía de Colombia (RAC, Astronomical Colombian Network)
198616 Lucabracali 2005 AF29 Luca Bracali (b. 1965), a Italian photographer and journalist.
198700 Nataliegrunewald 2005 CM25 Natalie Grünewald (née Apitzsch, b. 1970) is the daughter of the discoverer
198820 Iwanowska 2005 ET249 Wilhelmina Iwanowska, Polish astronomer
198993 Epoigny 2005 WE5 The name Epoigny comes from Epona, the Gallic goddess of horses
199,001–200,000 [edit]
199677 Terzani 2006 HH6 Tiziano Terzani, Italian writer and journalist
199687 Erősszsolt 2006 HA18 Zsolt Erőss (1968–2013), the most successful Hungarian high-altitude mountaineer.
199688 Kisspéter 2006 HK18 Péter Kiss (1986–2003), the first Hungarian mountaineer, who scaled all 82 four-thousanders in the Alps.
199763 Davidgregory 2006 JJ77 David Arthur Gregory, physician in St. Thomas, Ontario
199900 Brunoganz 2007 GA1 Bruno Ganz, Swiss actor of theater and cinema
199947 Qaidam 2007 HR7 Qaidam, meaning salt marshes in Mongolian, located in the north of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, is one of the China’s four big basins and the main region of Haixi Mongolian-Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture.
199950 Sierpc 2007 HK16 Sierpc, one of the oldest towns in the Mazovie Region of Poland
199953 Mingnaiben 2007 HK28 Ming Naiben (b. 1935), a professor at Nanjing University and an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. [MPC 84382]
199986 Chervone 2007 JD21 Located 10 km from Andrushivka Astronomical Observatory, Chervone was noted at the beginning of the twentieth century for the production of airplanes
Preceded by
Meanings of minor planet names
List of minor planets: 190,001–191,000
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