|(111913)||Davidgans = 2002 GD|
Discovered 2002 April 1 by KLENOT at Kle.
|David ben Solomon Gans (1541-1613) was a Jewish chronicler, mathematician, geographer and astronomer. Born in Germany, he moved to Prague in 1564, where he became a student of Rabbi Loew and came into contact with Johannes Kepler and Tycho Brahe. He is best known for his works Tzemach David and Nechmad ve-Naim.|
|(MPC 67762 | 2009 December 2)|