Yoshikane Mizuno

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Minor planets discovered: 52 [1]
4265 Kani[1] October 8, 1989
4614 Masamura[1] August 21, 1990
4717 Kaneko[1] November 20, 1989
4799 Hirasawa[1] October 8, 1989
4903 Ichikawa[1] October 20, 1989
4904 Makio[1] November 21, 1989
4951 Iwamoto[1] January 21, 1990
5236 Yoko[1] October 10, 1990
5287 Heishu[1] November 20, 1989
5288 Nankichi[1] December 3, 1989
5295 Masayo[1] February 5, 1991
5775 Inuyama[1] September 29, 1989
5777 Hanaki[1] December 3, 1989
5908 Aichi[1] October 20, 1989
5909 Nagoya[1] October 23, 1989
6392 Takashimizuno[1] April 29, 1990
6554 Takatsuguyoshida[1] October 28, 1989
6661 Ikemura[1] January 17, 1993
6902 Hideoasada[1] October 26, 1989
7238 Kobori[1] July 27, 1989
7240 Hasebe[1] December 19, 1989
7408 Yoshihide[1] September 23, 1989
7648 Tomboles[1] October 8, 1989
8188 Okegaya[1] December 18, 1992
8272 Iitatemura[1] September 29, 1989
(8278) 1991 JJ[1] May 4, 1991
(8487) 1989 SQ[1] September 29, 1989
(8490) 1989 TU10[1] October 4, 1989
(8851) 1990 XB[1] December 8, 1990
(8864) 1991 VU[1] November 4, 1991
(8873) 1992 UM2[1] October 21, 1992
(9039) 1990 WB4[1] November 16, 1990
(11281) 1989 UM1[1] October 28, 1989
(11501) 1989 UU3[1] October 29, 1989
(11503) 1990 BF[1] January 21, 1990
(11865) 1989 SC[1] September 23, 1989
(11924) 1992 WS3[1] November 17, 1992
(12745) 1992 UL2[1] October 21, 1992
(13034) 1989 UN[1] October 23, 1989
(14851) 1989 SD[1] September 23, 1989
(14852) 1989 SE[1] September 23, 1989
(15715) 1989 UN1[1] October 28, 1989
(16456) 1989 UO[1] October 23, 1989
(17441) 1989 UE[1] October 20, 1989
17651 Tajimi[1] November 3, 1996
(19144) 1989 UP1[1] October 28, 1989
(19977) 1989 TQ[1] October 7, 1989
(20020) 1991 VT[1] November 4, 1991
(22297) 1989 WA1[1] November 21, 1989
(29164) 1989 UA[1] October 20, 1989
  1. 1 with T. Furuta

Yoshikane Mizuno (水野 義兼?, Mizuno Yoshikane, born 1954) is a Japanese astronomer and co-discoverer of asteroids.[2] The Minor Planet Center credits him with the discovery of 52 minor planets he made at the Kani Observatory (403) between 1989 and 1993.[1]

The inner main-belt asteroid 4541 Mizuno, discovered by his college Toshimasa Furuta, was named in his honor on 5 March 1996 (M.P.C. 26762).[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Minor Planet Discoverers (by number)". Minor Planet Center. 23 May 2016. Retrieved 22 June 2016. 
  2. ^ a b Schmadel, Lutz D. (2007). Dictionary of Minor Planet Names – (4541) Mizuno. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. p. 391. ISBN 978-3-540-00238-3. Retrieved 22 June 2016. 
  3. ^ "MPC/MPO/MPS Archive". Minor Planet Center. Retrieved 22 June 2016.