Robert Curry Cameron

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Robert Curry Cameron (1925–1972) was an American astronomer.

On April 20, 1950, he discovered the minor planet (1575) Winifred at Brooklyn, Indiana.[1]

He edited The Magnetic and Related Stars, a collection of papers presented at a 1965 symposium in Greenbelt, Maryland.

The lunar crater Cameron is named after him.[2]

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