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Osamu Muramatsu


Minor planets discovered: 73 [1]
3432 Kobuchizawa[1][2] March 7, 1986
4033 Yatsugatake[2] March 16, 1986
4219 Nakamura[2] February 19, 1988
4458 Oizumi[3] January 21, 1990
4634 Shibuya[2] January 16, 1988
4640 Hara[3] April 1, 1989
5239 Reiki[4] November 14, 1990
5337 Aoki[5] June 6, 1991
5352 Fujita[3] December 27, 1989
5377 Komori[5] March 17, 1991
5379 Abehiroshi[5] April 16, 1991
5405 Neverland[3] April 11, 1991
5473 Yamanashi[3] November 5, 1988
5489 Oberkochen[3] January 17, 1993
5687 Yamamotoshinobu[3] January 13, 1991
5829 Ishidagoro[5] February 11, 1991
(6138) 1991 JH1[5] May 14, 1991
6308 Ebisuzaki[3] January 17, 1990
6395 Hilliard[3] October 21, 1990
6405 Komiyama[3] April 30, 1992
6464 Kaburaki[3] February 1, 1994
6520 Sugawa[5] April 16, 1991
6612 Hachioji[3] March 10, 1994
6643 Morikubo[3] November 7, 1990
6667 Sannaimura[3] March 14, 1994
6731 Hiei[3] January 24, 1992
6830 Johnbackus[5] May 5, 1991
6860 Sims[5] February 11, 1991
6865 Dunkerley[3] October 2, 1991
6868 Seiyauyeda[3] April 22, 1992
6910 Ikeguchi[5] March 17, 1991
(6915) 1992 HH[3] April 30, 1992
7068 Minowa[3] November 26, 1994
7421 Kusaka[3] April 30, 1992
(7514) 1986 ED[1][2] March 7, 1986
7575 Kimuraseiji[3] December 22, 1989
(7765) 1991 AD[3] January 8, 1991
7775 Taiko[3] December 4, 1992
(7821) 1991 AC[3] January 8, 1991
7830 Akihikotago[3] February 24, 1993
8276 Shigei[5] March 17, 1991
(8532) 1992 YW3[3] December 29, 1992
8668 Satomimura[5] April 16, 1991
8691 Etsuko[3] October 21, 1992
8855 Miwa[5] May 3, 1991
(8876) 1992 WU3[3] November 23, 1992
9041 Takane[5] February 9, 1991
9044 Kaoru[5] May 18, 1991
9190 Masako[3] November 4, 1991
(9335) 1991 AA1[3] January 10, 1991
9844 Otani[3] November 23, 1989
(10144) 1994 AB2[3] January 9, 1994
10566 Zabadak[3] January 14, 1994
(11513) 1991 CE1[3] February 12, 1991
11528 Mie[3] December 3, 1991
(12337) 1992 WV3[3] November 24, 1992
12342 Kudohmichiko[3] January 30, 1993
(12735) 1991 VV1[3] November 4, 1991
14902 Miyairi[3] January 17, 1993
(15269) 1990 XF[3] December 8, 1990
15350 Naganuma[3] November 3, 1994
(15764) 1992 UL8[3] October 31, 1992
16599 Shorland[3] January 20, 1993
(17558) 1994 AA1[3] January 4, 1994
17563 Tsuneyoshi[3] February 5, 1994
(20042) 1993 CK1[3] February 15, 1993
27748 Vivianhoette[4] January 9, 1991
27791 Masaru[3] February 24, 1993
35062 Sakuranosyou[2] March 12, 1988
(48594) 1994 VA2[3] November 3, 1994
(73689) 1991 FK[5] March 17, 1991
73782 Yanagida[6] October 14, 1994
162011 Konnohmaru[3] January 4, 1994
  1. 1 with T. Urata
  2. 2 with M. Inoue
  3. 3 with Y. Kushida
  4. 4 with S. Izumikawa
  5. 5 with S. Otomo
  6. 6 with A. Tsuchikawa

Osamu Muramatsu (村松 修, Muramatsu Osamu, born 1949) is a Japanese astronomer and discoverer of asteroids and comets.[2] He is credited by the Minor Planet Center with the discovery of 73 minor planets.[1] He also co-discovered 147P/Kushida-Muramatsu, a periodic comet.

Muramatsu works at the planetarium in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo, Japan. The inner main-belt asteroid 5606 Muramatsu, discovered by astronomer and college Satoru Otomo, was named in his honor on 28 July 1999 (M.P.C. 35483).[2][3]

References


  1. ^ a b "Minor Planet Discoverers (by number)" . Minor Planet Center. 23 May 2016. Retrieved 23 June 2016.
  2. ^ a b Schmadel, Lutz D. (2007). "(5606) Muramatsu". Dictionary of Minor Planet Names – (5606) Muramatsu. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. p. 476. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-29925-7_5321 . ISBN 978-3-540-00238-3.
  3. ^ "MPC/MPO/MPS Archive" . Minor Planet Center. Retrieved 23 June 2016.

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Categories: 1949 births | Discoverers of asteroids | Discoveries by Osamu Muramatsu | Japanese astronomers | Living people | Japanese astronomer stubs




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