Citations (Updated 2009-12-03)

Citations (Updated 2009-12-03)


 (55755) Blythe = 1991 TB15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Blythe Andra Lowe, a professional geologist, is the wife of the discoverer.
     (MPC 49102)

 (65657) Hube = 1982 QB4
     Discovered 1982 Aug. 16 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Siding Spring.
     At the University of Alberta, Douglas P. Hube (b. 1941) has specialized in
the study of short-period, massive, binary-star systems through spectroscopic
and photometric observations.  A tireless promoter of astronomy locally, he served
as national president of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada from 1994 to 1996.
     (MPC 50465)

 (65696) Pierrehenry = 1991 TP15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Pierre Henry Senegas-Lowe (b. 1989) is a son of the discoverer.
     (MPC 51190)

 (65697) Paulandrew = 1991 TU15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Paul Andrew Senegas-Lowe (b. 1992) is a son of the discoverer.
     (MPC 51190)

 (65698) Emmarochelle = 1991 TP16
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Emma Rochelle Slater (b. 1989) is the step-daughter of the discoverer.
     (MPC 50466)

 (73703) Billings = 1991 TL15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Gary W. Billings is a geophysicist and amateur astronomer in Calgary,
Alberta.  He discovered five minor planets in 1999. More recently, he has
conducted extensive CCD photometry of variable stars in collaboration with
observers worldwide.  He served as a council member of the AAVSO from 2002 to 2004.
     (MPC 52326)

 (73704) Hladiuk = 1991 TW15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Donald W. Hladiuk (b. 1957) is a professional geologist in Calgary.  For 
over 20 years, he has presented sky highlights on a local radio morning show.
He has led numerous astronomical expeditions with the Calgary chapter of the
Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, of which he has twice been President.
     (MPC 52327)

 (78392) Dellinger = 2002 PM165
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 9 by A. Lowe on images taken at Haleakala.   
     Joseph A. Dellinger (b. 1961) is a research geophysicist who has made
significant and award-winning contributions to the understanding of
anisotropic wave propagation for exploration geophysics.  He is an active
member of the Fort Bend Astronomy Club's Asteroid Team, which has discovered
up to 100 minor planets per year.
     (MPC 51982)

 (78393) Dillon = 2002 PW165
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 8 by A. Lowe on images taken at Palomar.
     William G. Dillon (b. 1957) is the founder of the Fort Bend Astronomy
Club's Asteroid Team, which has discovered up to 100 minor planets per year.
A tireless observer, he is the AAVSO's president for 2003-2005, and received
its Director's Award in 1996.  His wife Elizabeth's steadfast support has made
his success possible.
     (MPC 51982)

 (78394) Garossino = 2002 PB166
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 9 by A. Lowe on images taken at Haleakala.
     Paul G. A. Garossino (b. 1953), husband of Cathy, father of Tony and
Julia, is a Canadian geophysicist living in Houston.  A regular George
Observatory volunteer, he brings an exceptional enthusiasm to all his
interests, from data processing to astronomy to cars, and freely shares his
skills with all.
     (MPC 52771)

 (78431) Kemble = 2002 QJ50
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 16 by A. Lowe on images taken at Palomar.
     Lucian J. Kemble (1922-1999) was a Franciscan Father ordained in 1953.
Multi-talented, he was an avid amateur astronomer with a particular interest
in deep-sky observing.  In 1980, he drew attention to a chain of stars in 
the constellation of Camelopardalis that is now known as Kemble's Cascade.
     (MPC 54828)

 (78434) Dyer = 2002 QL58
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 17 by A. Lowe on images taken at Palomar.
     Alan Dyer (b. 1953) is program producer at the Calgary Science Centre
and one of Canada's best-known astronomy writers.  He is widely regarded as an
authority on commercial telescopes, and his evaluations appear regularly in 
major North American astronomy magazines.  He is also an accomplished 
astrophotographer.
     (MPC 52771)

 (84075) Peterpatricia = 2002 PL165
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 8 by A. Lowe on images taken at Palomar. 
     Peter M. Lowe (b. 1933) and Patricia Lowe (b. 1935) are the parents of the
discoverer. 
     (MPC 53177)

 (84096) Reginaldglenice = 2002 QD58 
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 17 by A. Lowe on images taken at Palomar. 
     Reginald J. Harding (b. 1932) and Glenice E. Harding (b. 1931) are the
parents-in-law of the discoverer. 
     (MPC 53177)

 (85121) Loehde = 1976 KF3  
     Discovered 1976 May 27 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Siding Spring.
     Franklin C. Loehde (b. 1936) is a retired science educator in Edmonton.
He was involved in successful efforts to build the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium
in 1960 and the Edmonton Space Sciences Centre (now the Odyssium) in 1984.  He
served as National President of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
during 1982-1984.
     (MPC 53472)

 (85168) Albertacentenary = 1989 RC6
     Discovered 1989 Sep. 2 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     The Canadian province of Alberta celebrates its centennial in 2005.
Alberta was named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, fourth daughter of
Queen Victoria.
     (MPC 53956)

 (85200) Johnhault = 1991 TG15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     John A. Hault (b. 1946) was Curator of Edmonton's Queen Elizabeth
Planetarium when, in the mid-1970s, he recognized the need for a major science
center.  He played the major role in developing the project and served as the
first Director of the Edmonton Space Sciences Centre (now the Odyssium) when
it opened in 1984.
     (MPC 54177)

 (96192) Calgary = 1991 TZ15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Calgary is the largest city in the province of Alberta.  It was founded
in 1875 as a post of the North West Mounted Police, and was incorporated as a
city in 1894.  Calgary's rapid economic growth is due largely to the petroleum
industry, agriculture and tourism.
     (MPC 54829)

 (96193) Edmonton = 1991 TG16
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Edmonton is the capital city of the province of Alberta.  It was founded
in 1795 as a trading post and celebrated the centennial of its incorporation
as a city in 2004.  Edmonton is well-known as a cultural, government and
educational center.
     (MPC 54829)

 (99891) Donwells = 2002 PG165
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 9 by A. Lowe on images taken at Haleakala.
     Don J. Wells (b. 1965), husband of Donna and father of Chris, Duncan and
Katy, is an award-winning production manager of a Houston-area television
station.  He has discovered a number of minor planets at the George
Observatory, Needville, and at the RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     (MPC 63174)

 (99906) Uofalberta = 2002 QV53
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 17 by A. Lowe on images taken at Palomar.
     The University of Alberta was founded in 1908 in Edmonton and is one of
the leading research institutions in Canada.  The initials of its motto
Quaecumque Vera ("Whatsoever things are true") appropriately appear in
the provisional designation for this minor planet.
     (MPC 54830)

(100049) CÚsarann = 1991 TD15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     CÚsar Hernandez (b. 1959) and Ann Hernandez (b. 1964) are the 
brother-in-law and sister, respectively, of the discoverer.
     (MPC 55989)

(100050) Carloshernandez = 1991 TR15
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Carlos R. Hernandez (b. 1996) is a nephew of the discoverer.
     (MPC 56615)

(100051) Davidhernandez = 1991 TC16
     Discovered 1991 Oct. 6 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     David A. Hernandez (b. 1998) is a nephew of the discoverer.
     (MPC 56615)

(100077) Tertzakian = 1992 PZ6
     Discovered 1992 Aug. 7 by A. Lowe on plates taken at Palomar.
     Peter Tertzakian (b. 1961) of Calgary, Alberta, is an author and energy
economist with training in geophysics, economics and finance.
     (MPC 63174)

(112797) Grantjudy = 2002 PH165
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 9 by A. Lowe on images taken at Haleakala.
     Grant R. J. Harding (b. 1967) and Judy L. Harding (b. 1965) are the
brother-in-law and sister-in-law, respectively, of the discoverer.
     (MPC 55989)

(112798) Kelindsey = 2002 PR165
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 8 by A. Lowe on images taken at Palomar.
     Kelsey Leanne Harding (b. 2000) and Lindsey Annemarie Harding (b. 1998)
are nieces of the discoverer.
     (MPC 56962)

(117430) Achosyx = 2005 AQ26
     Discovered 2005 Jan. 13 by A. Lowe at RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     The discovery of this minor planet, the first to be numbered from RAS
Observatory (MPC observatory code H06), is a testament to the outstanding sky
conditions at the observing site.
     (MPC 57952)

(117439) Rosner = 2005 AR36
     Discovered 2005 Jan. 13 by A. Lowe at RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     Arnie Rosner and Nancy Rosner are well-known photographers from Fountain
Valley, California.  Arnie is an accomplished astrophotographer, and Nancy is
an award-winning travel photographer with a particular affection for Kenya.
     (MPC 57426)

(117572) Hutsebaut = 2005 EX33
     Discovered 2005 Mar. 08 by A. Lowe at RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     Robert Hutsebaut (b. 1941) is a Belgian amateur astronomer with a 
particular interest in minor planets.  He has used the remote facilities at 
RAS Observatory, Mayhill, to confirm many near-earth objects, in addition to 
discovering a number of main-belt minor planets.
     (MPC 58597)

(120361) Guido = 2005 NZ
     Discovered 2005 July 03 by A. Lowe at RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     Ernesto Guido (b. 1977) is an Italian amateur astronomer whose main
interests lie in the astrometry and physical properties of comets.  Using the
remote facilities at RAS Observatory, Mayhill, he has also discovered a number
of main-belt minor planets.
     (MPC 58597)

(161693) Attilladanko = 2006 HL46
     Discovered 2006 Apr. 26 by A. Lowe at RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     Attilla Danko (b. 1955) is a Canadian software designer and amateur
astronomer.  He developed and maintains the Clear Sky Charts, which are a
primary planning tool for astronomical observers in North America.
     (MPC 67219)

(171153) Allanrahill = 2005 GL81
     Discovered 2005 Apr. 10 by A. Lowe at RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     Allan Rahill (b. 1958) is a meteorologist at the Canadian Meteorological
Centre, an amateur astronomer and accomplished optician.  His astronomy
forecast models feed the Clear Sky Charts, a primary planning tool for
observers across North America.
     (MPC 67219)

(176710) Banff = 2002 QR56
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 17 by A. Lowe on images taken at Haleakala.
     Banff, Alberta, well known for its hot springs and mountainous scenery,
is one of Canada's most popular tourist attractions.
     (MPC 67762)

(176711) Canmore = 2002 QM57
     Discovered 2002 Aug. 17 by A. Lowe on images taken at Palomar.
     Named in 1884, the town of Canmore became one of the most important
coal-mining centers in southern Alberta.  During the 1988 Winter Olympics,
Canmore hosted the Nordic events, and it has since become a major tourism
destination.
     (MPC 67762)

(187679) Folinsbee = 2008 DC5
     Discovered 2008 Feb. 28 by A. Lowe at RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     Robert E. Folinsbee (1917-2008) was a Canadian geologist at the
University of Alberta.  His areas of expertise included geochronology, 
meteorites and the mineral deposits of northern Canada.
     (MPC 63643)

(187680) Stelck = 2008 DE5
     Discovered 2008 Feb. 28 by A. Lowe at RAS Observatory, Mayhill.
     Charles R. Stelck (b. 1917), a former University of Alberta geology
professor, is a renowned Canadian paleontologist, stratigrapher and
teacher.
     (MPC 63643)