(3337) Milo = 1971 UG1
Discovered 1971 October 26 by L. Kohoutek at Bergedorf.
Named in honor of Milo Tichý (1966- ), Czech astronomer
at the Klet' Observatory. He is known for his work on minor
planets and comets, discoveries of minor planets and mainly
for confirmations and follow-up of NEOs (near-earth objects).
In 1994, his technical expertise allowed the upgrade
of Klet' observations with CCD cameras.
Name proposed following a suggestion by his wife, Jana Tichá,
on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of his first student
assignment at Klet in 1984.