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Type part or all of a name.
Number Name Designationsort ascending Discovery Discoverer Observatory
90377 Sedna 2003 VB12 2003-11-14 Brown, M.E., Trujillo, C.A. & Rabinowitz, D. Palomar
230691 Van Vogt 2003 UD18 2003-10-18 Christophe, B. Saint-Sulpice
133528 Ceragioli 2003 TC2 2003-10-04 Healy, D. Junk Bond Observatory
114725 Gordonwalker 2003 GW36 2003-04-06 LONEOS Anderson Mesa
191282 Feustel 2003 FS 2003-03-22 KLENOT Klet'
95824 Elger 2003 FP85 2003-03-28 Catalina Sky Survey
166745 Pindor 2002 TV307 2002-10-04 Sloan Digital Sky Survey Apache Point
142368 Majden 2002 RH233 2002-09-14 Matson, R. Palomar
142369 Johnhodges 2002 RE234 2002-09-14 Matson, R./NEAT Palomar
99906 Uofalberta 2002 QV53 2002-08-17 Lowe, A. Palomar

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