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Satoru Otomo

Satoru Otomo ( ?, ?tomo Satoru, 19 December 1957, Mitaka) is a Japanese dentist, amateur astronomer and a discoverer of minor planets.[2]

According to the Minor Planet Center, he is credited with the discovery of 148 asteroids between 1991 and 1997, 15 of which were co-discoveries with Osamu Muramatsu.[1] As of 2016, he ranks 81st place just behind Tamara Mikhailovna Smirnova in the MPC's asteroid discovery listings.[1]

List of discovered minor planets

5337 Aoki[1] June 6, 1991
5377 Komori[1] March 17, 1991
5379 Abehiroshi[1] April 16, 1991
5488 Kiyosato November 13, 1991
5561 Iguchi August 17, 1991
5605 Kushida February 17, 1993
5606 Muramatsu March 1, 1993
5829 Ishidagoro[1] February 11, 1991
5922 Shouichi October 21, 1992
5973 Takimoto August 17, 1991
6043 Aurochs September 9, 1991
[1] May 14, 1991
6336 Dodo October 21, 1992
6410 Fujiwara November 29, 1992
(6494) 1992 NM July 8, 1992
6520 Sugawa[1] April 16, 1991
6729 Emiko November 4, 1991
6790 Pingouin September 28, 1991
6830 Johnbackus[1] May 5, 1991
6860 Sims[1] February 11, 1991
6866 Kukai February 12, 1992
6880 Hayamiyu October 13, 1994
6910 Ikeguchi[1] March 17, 1991
March 29, 1993
6922 Yasushi May 27, 1993
6969 Santaro November 4, 1991
6970 Saigusa January 10, 1992
6975 Hiroaki August 25, 1992
6976 Kanatsu May 23, 1993
7137 Ageo January 4, 1994
7143 Haramura November 17, 1995
7201 Kuritariku October 25, 1994
7203 Sigeki February 27, 1995
7291 Hyakutake December 13, 1991
7592 Takinemachi November 23, 1992
7597 Shigemi April 14, 1993
7769 Okuni November 4, 1991
7953 Kawaguchi May 20, 1993
8187 Akiramisawa December 15, 1992
8212 Naoshigetani March 6, 1995
8276 Shigei[1] March 17, 1991
8374 Horohata January 10, 1992
8397 Chiakitanaka December 8, 1993
8668 Satomimura[1] April 16, 1991
February 17, 1994
8724 Junkoehara September 17, 1996
8855 Miwa[1] May 3, 1991
8862 Takayukiota October 18, 1991
9041 Takane[1] February 9, 1991
9044 Kaoru[1] May 18, 1991
9060 Toyokawa September 4, 1992
9191 Hokuto December 13, 1991
9216 Masuzawa November 1, 1995
9407 Kimuranaoto November 28, 1994
9673 Kunishimakoto October 25, 1997
9866 Kanaimitsuo October 15, 1991
9886 Aoyagi November 8, 1994
9960 Sekine November 4, 1991
9972 Minoruoda May 26, 1993
10141 Gotenba November 5, 1993
10148 Shirase April 14, 1994
10152 Ukichiro September 11, 1994
10353 Momotaro December 20, 1992
10540 Hachigoroh November 13, 1991
10568 Yoshitanaka February 2, 1994
10572 Kominejo November 8, 1994
10602 Masakazu October 16, 1996
January 25, 1995
April 1, 1995
October 21, 1992
November 2, 1995
December 14. 1992
November 5, 1991
October 26, 1992
April 14, 1993
May 28, 1992
September 19, 1991
April 27, 1992
December 14. 1992
May 14, 1993
April 14, 1994
August 3, 1995
October 2, 1995
August 3, 1991
October 13, 1991
November 13, 1991
November 10, 1991
November 17, 1991
November 10, 1991
October 21, 1992
April 14, 1993
November 8, 1994
August 31, 1991
(14001) 1993 KR May 26, 1993
November 1, 1995
July 15, 1993
August 11, 1994
September 11, 1994
October 13, 1994
October 8, 1997
October 27, 1997
October 27, 1997
November 5, 1991
November 4, 1991
February 8, 1992
December 15, 1992
November 10, 1991
March 30, 1992
May 20, 1993
September 9, 1991
April 21, 1992
May 16, 1993
March 14, 1994
May 8, 1994
February 1, 1995
September 4, 1992
May 23, 1995
November 1, 1995
January 23, 1995
September 17, 1996
November 4, 1991
October 25, 1992
February 3, 1994
April 4, 1995
April 13, 1993
November 4, 1991
April 9, 1996
October 21, 1992
August 3, 1991
September 16, 1991
November 13, 1991
November 5, 1991
August 31, 1991
September 3, 1992
November 8, 1994
January 27, 1995
November 12, 1991
November 9, 1993
January 21, 1994
November 8, 1994
November 15, 1993
October 13, 1994
August 25, 1992
December 13, 1991
November 24, 1994
April 14, 1993
October 13, 1994
[1] March 17, 1991
1 with O. Muramatsu

References

  1. ^ a b c "Minor Planet Discoverers (by number)". Minor Planet Center. 22 June 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ Schmadel, Lutz D. (2007). "(3911) Otomo". Dictionary of Minor Planet Names - (3911) Otomo. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. p. 333. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-29925-7_3900. ISBN 978-3-540-00238-3.

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