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[more] (08336)   Šafařík = 1984 SK1
Discovered 1984 September 27 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in memory of Vojtěch Šafařík (1829-1902), known for his work in inorganic chemistry, Czech chemical ...  [more]
[more] (209107)   Šafránek = 2003 SF119
Discovered 2003 September 16 by KLENOT at Kle
Czech experimental physicist Jaroslav Šafránek (1890-1957) designed, demonstrated (1935) and published (1936) a system for the ...  [more]
[more] (159814)   Saguaro = 2003 SS217
Discovered 2003 September 27 by KLENOT at Kle
The Saguaro National Park located in a desert landscape to the east and west of Tucson ...  [more]
[more] (03983)   Sakiko = 1984 SX
Discovered 1984 September 20 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in honor of Sakiko Nakano, sister of orbit computer Syuichi Nakano, in remembrance of ...  [more]
[more] (07221)   Sallaba = 1981 SJ
Discovered 1981 September 22 by Z. Vávrová at Kle
Jan Sallaba (1775–1827) was the builder and, from 1821, chief construction manager of the Schwarzenberg court ...  [more]
[more] (20969)   Samo = 1979 SH
Discovered 1979 September 17 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Samo (c.600-c.659) was a French merchant. Around the year 623 he organized the Slavic tribes ...  [more]
[more] (02620)   Santana = 1980 TN
Discovered 1980 October 3 by Z. Vávrová at Kle
Named in honor of the contemporary composer and singer Carlos Santana, author of magic music. ...  [more]
[more] (37699)   Santini-Aichl = 1996 AH1
Discovered 1996 January 13 by Tichá and Tichý at Kle
Jan Blažej Santini-Aichl (1677-1723) was a brilliant Czech architect of Italian origin, whose major works represent ...  [more]
[more] (11338)   Schiele = 1996 TL9
Discovered 1996 October 13 by J. Tichá and M. Tichý at Kle
Egon Schiele (1890-1918), Austrian expressionist painter noted for the eroticism of his figurative works, lived and ...  [more]
[more] (68779)   Schöninger = 2002 FA3
Discovered 2002 March 19 by KLENOT at Kle
Schöninger is the name used for Klet mountain from the ...  [more]
[more] (07334)   Sciurus = 1988 QV
Discovered 1986 August 17 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Sciurus vulgaris and Sciurus carolinensis are squirrels, animals that live mainly in the tops of trees ...  [more]
[more] (08022)   Scottcrossfield = 1990 VD7
Discovered 1990 November 10 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Test pilot Albert Scott Crossfield (1921-2006) was the first X-15 pilot and made a total of ...  [more]
[more] (05574)   Seagrave = 1984 FS
Discovered 1984 March 20 by Vávrová at Kle
Frank Evans Seagrave (1860–1934) was an American amateur astronomer, who observed the Sun, variable stars, novae, ...  [more]
[more] (157064)   Sedona = 2003 SQ216
Discovered 2003 September 26 by KLENOT at Kle
Sedona is a city located in northern Arizona, known mainly for scenic beauty of its red ...  [more]
[more] (25340)   Segoves = 1999 RX31
Discovered 1999 September 10 by M. Tichý and Z. Moravec at Kle
Segoves or Segovesus or Sigoves (? 400 B.C.), was a Celtic prince, the first known Celt ...  [more]
[more] (14206)   Sehnal = 1999 CL10
Discovered 1999 February 15 by M. Tichý and Z. Moravec at Kle
Ladislav Sehnal (b. 1931) is known for his work on the effects of solar radiation and ...  [more]
[more] (136666)   Seidel = 1995 SE
Discovered 1995 September 17 by M. Tichý and J. Tichá at Kle
The work of Cesky Krumlov photographers Josef Seidel (1859-1935) and his son František (1908-1997) depicts both ...  [more]
[more] (04369)   Seifert = 1982 OR
Discovered 1982 July 30 by L. Brožek at Kle
Named in memory of Jaroslav Seifert, Czech poet and Nobel laureate. One of his volumes ...  [more]
[more] (04170)   Semmelweis = 1980 PT
Discovered 1980 August 6 by Z. Vávrová at Kle
Named in memory of Ignaz Fü lö p Semmelweis (1818-1865), Hungarian physician. ...  [more]
[more] (59001)   Senftenberg = 1998 SZ35
Discovered 1998 September 26 by J. Tichá and M. Tichý at Kle
Senftenberg (now Žamberk) is where two comets were discovered by Theodor Brorsen in 1851. It ...  [more]
[more] (07846)   Setvák = 1996 BJ
Discovered 1996 January 16 by M. Tichý at Kle
Named in honor of Martin Setvák (b. 1958), meteorologist and head of the Satellite Department ...  [more]
[more] (06586)   Seydler = 1984 UK1
Discovered 1984 October 28 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in memory of August Seydler (1849-1891), professor of astronomy and theoretical physics at Charles ...  [more]
[more] (26971)   Sezimovo Ústí = 1997 SL2
Discovered 1997 September 25 by M. Tichý and Z. Moravec at Kle
Sezimovo Ústí is a southern Bohemian town located south of Tábor. Founded in the 13th ...  [more]
[more] (06234)   Sheilawolfman = 1986 SF
Discovered 1986 September 30 by Vávrová at Kle
Polish-born Sheila Wolfman (née Sala Fajerman, 1930-2005) was one of the first child survivors of the ...  [more]
[more] (22618)   Silva Nortica = 1998 KK9
Discovered 1998 May 28 by M. Tichý at Kle
Silva Nortica is a historical name of the region covering the territory on the borders of ...  [more]
[more] (23437)   Šíma = 1984 SJ1
Discovered 1984 September 27 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Josef Šíma (1891–1971) was a Czech imaginative, abstract and surrealist painter, who lived in France from ...  [more]
[more] (03847)   Šindel = 1982 DY1
Discovered 1982 February 16 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in memory of Jan Ondřejův, known as Šindel (c. 1375-c. 1456), Czech medieval astronomer, ...  [more]
[more] (05998)   Sitenský = 1986 RK1
Discovered 1986 September 2 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Ladislav Sitenský (b. 1919) is a Czech landscape photographer, well-known also for his photography from World ...  [more]
[more] (10234)   Sixtygarden = 1997 YB8
Discovered 1997 December 27 by J. Tichá and M. Tichý at Kle
60 Garden Street is the street address of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Observers of ...  [more]
[more] (26314)   Škvorecký = 1998 UJ1
Discovered 1998 October 16 by J. Tichá and M. Tichý at Kle
Josef Škvorecký (b. 1924) is one of the preeminent Czech writers of the post-World War ...  [more]
[more] (04781)   Sládkovič = 1980 TP
Discovered 1980 October 3 by Z. Vávrová at Kle
Named in honor of Andrej Sládkovič (1820-1872), Slovak poet and author of the poem "Marina". ...  [more]
[more] (02304)   Slavia = 1979 KB
Discovered 1979 May 18 by A. Mrkos at Kle
This is an ancient Slavonic name, now also that of a famous sports club in ...  [more]
[more] (31124)   Slavíček = 1997 SJ1
Discovered 1997 September 22 by M. Tichý at Kle
Karel Slavíček (1678-1735), Jesuit missionary and scientist was the first Czech sinologist. Together with Ignatius ...  [more]
[more] (02821)   Slávka = 1978 SQ
Discovered 1978 September 24 by Z. Vávrová at Kle
Named in memory of Sláva Vávrová (1910-1985), the discoverer's mother. ...  [more]
[more] (31232)   Slavonice = 1998 CF
Discovered 1998 February 1 by J. Tichá and M. Tichý at Kle
The pleasant historical town of Slavonice is located in the Three corners (Czech-Moravian-Austrian border). One ...  [more]
[more] (03423)   Slouka = 1981 CK
Discovered 1981 February 9 by L. Brožek at Kle
Named in memory of Hubert Slouka (1903-1973), Czech astronomer, well known as a popularizer of ...  [more]
[more] (06581)   Sobers = 1981 SO
Discovered 1981 September 22 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in honor of Garfield St. Aubrun (Gary) Sobers (b. 1936), West Indian cricketer, considered ...  [more]
[more] (03490)   Šolc = 1984 SV
Discovered 1984 September 20 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in honor of Ivan Šolc, well-known Czech inventor of birefringent polarizing filters for research ...  [more]
[more] (14190)   Soldán = 1998 XS15
Discovered 1998 December 15 by M. Tichý and Z. Moravec at Kle
Jan Soldán (b. 1957) is a Czech astronomer, designer and developer of control software and programs ...  [more]
[more] (05417)   Solovaya = 1981 QT
Discovered 1981 August 24 by L. Brožek at Kle
Named in honor of Nina A. Solovaya (b. 1940), an astronomer in the celestial mechanics ...  [more]
[more] (03334)   Somov = 1981 YR
Discovered 1981 December 20 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in memory of Mikhail M. Somov, leader of the first Russian Antarctic expedition during ...  [more]
[more] (03993)   Šorm = 1988 VV5
Discovered 1988 November 4 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in memory of František Šorm (1913-1980), president of the Czechoslovak academy of Sciences during ...  [more]
[more] (02647)   Sova = 1980 SP
Discovered 1980 September 29 by Z. Vávrová at Kle
Named in memory of Antonín Sova (1864-1928), Czech poet, who sang of southern Bohemia. ...  [more]
[more] (70409)   Srnín = 1999 SR2
Discovered 1999 September 21 by M. Tichý at Kle
The village of Srnín, founded by Zlatá Koruna monastery, was first mentioned in 1400. Situated ...  [more]
[more] (90926)   Stáhalík = 1997 SH1
Discovered 1997 September 22 by M. Tichý at Kle
Martin Stáhalík (1962-2001), Czech aerobatic pilot, won medals at the World Championships in all three categories ...  [more]
[more] (35446)   Stáňa = 1998 CK1
Discovered 1998 February 6 by J. Tichá and M. Tichý at Kle
Stáňa (Stanislava) Setváková (b. 1967) is a staff member of the Prague Planetarium and wife ...  [more]
[more] (06540)   Stepling = 1982 SL1
Discovered 1982 September 16 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in memory of Joseph Stepling (1716-1778), founder and the first director of the astronomical ...  [more]
[more] (06544)   Stevendick = 1986 SD
Discovered 1986 September 29 by Vávrová at Kle
Steven J. Dick (b. 1949), president of IAU Commission 41 (1997-2000), wrote the official history of ...  [more]
[more] (45299)   Stivell = 2000 AL43
Discovered 2000 January 6 by M. Tichý at Kle
Alan Stivell (Alan Cochevelou, b. 1944) is a French and Breton musician. The major influence in ...  [more]
[more] (03981)   Stodola = 1984 BL
Discovered 1984 January 26 by A. Mrkos at Kle
Named in memory of A. Stodola (1859-1942), professor at ETH Zurich who taught on the ...  [more]

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