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Minor planets discovered: 255 (DISCSTATUS May 2019) [1]
see § List of discovered named minor planets

EURONEAR, the European Near Earth Asteroids Research, is a research project and network for the research and discovery of near-Earth objects and potentially hazardous asteroids using existing telescopes located in both hemispheres available to the members of the network.[2] The Minor Planet Center directly credits EURONEAR with the discovery of few hundred minor planets since 2008, including 11 near-Earth asteroids.[1]

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InstitutionsEdit

Institutions which collaborate in this project are:[3]

The dates represent the time at which the institutions joined the project.

List of named minor planets discovered with the ESO/MPG telescope in La SillaEdit

257005 Arpadpal 11 March 2008
263516 Alexescu 13 March 2008
320790 Anestin 12 March 2008
330634 Boico 11 March 2008
346261 Alexandrescu 12 March 2008
358894 Demetrescu 12 March 2008
365761 Popovici 13 March 2008
369088 Marcus 12 March 2008
450931 Coculescu 11 March 2008

List of near-Earth asteroids discovered with the Isaac Newton Telescope (INT) in La PalmaEdit

2014 LU14 2 June 2014
2014 NL52 10 July 2014
2014 OL339 29 July 2014
2014 SG143 18 September 2014
2014 VP 4 November 2014
2015 HA117 24 April 2015
2015 LT24 15 June 2015
2015 VF65 8 November 2015
2015 VG66 7 November 2015
2018 VQ1 1st November 2018
2018 VN3 6 November 2018


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Minor Planet Discoverers (by number)". Minor Planet Center. 12 January 2017. Retrieved 19 January 2017.
  2. ^ "About EuroNear". EURONEAR. 18 June 2019. Retrieved 18 June 2019.
  3. ^ "Members". EURONEAR. 18 June 2019. Retrieved 18 June 2019.

External links and publicationsEdit