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Dátum: 2008-01-25 21:53:49
Feladó: Tücsi
Tárgy: Re: Újabb magyar elnevezésu kisbolygók
jól fejtettem vissza a felfedezők nevét?

Sárneczky Krisztián, Kiss lászló, Szabó Gyula, Heiner Zsuzsanna, Mészáros
Szabolcs.

De nem tudom Szám D. kit rejt.

Tücsi


----- Original Message -----
From: "LEONIDAK-l: Sárneczky Krisztián"
To:
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2008 8:53 PM
Subject: Újabb magyar elnevezésu kisbolygók



Kedves Barátaim!

Január 24-én a Nemzetközi Csillagászati Unió illetékes bizottsága tucatnyi
magyar vonatkozású kisbolygó elnevezését fogadta el. Az SZTE Asteroid
Program keretében felfedezett kisbolygók közül kilencet az MTA Konkoly
Thege Miklós Csillagászati Kutatóintézetének Piszkés-tetoi állomásán,
kettot a NEAT program archív felvételein, egyet pedig a Siding Spring
Obszervatóriumban fedeztünk fel. Alább közöljük az új elnevezését és azok
eredeti indoklását, amelyek nem feltétlenül egyeznek meg a véglegesen
elfogadottal, mivel az IAU az indoklás átszerkesztésének, rövidítésének
jogát fenntartja.

Üdvözlettel!

Sárneczky Krisztián


Terk\´an              31872   Hungarian astronomer

(31872) Terk\´an = 2000 EL106
      Discovered 2000 Mar. 13 by K. S\´arneczky and G. Szab\´o at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      Lajos Terk\´an (1887-1940) a Hungarian astronomer and a member of
the Konkoly Observatory between 1900 and 1935. He had a significant role
in organizing and rebuilding the observatory in Budapest in 1921. Also
suggested and initiated the photographic observations of comets and
asteroids.


Wodetzky              53029   Hungarian astronomer

(53029) Wodetzky = 1998 WY6
      Discovered 1998 Nov. 22 by K. S\´arneczky and L. Kiss at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      J\´ozsef Wodetzky (1872-1956) was a Hungarian astronomer,
mathematician, and the director of the Astronomical Institute of
P\´azm\´any P\´eter University between 1934 and 1942. He researched
the classical field of astronomy, his main concern was the three-body
problem and the motion of Moon. He wrote noumerous popular
publications and books.


Debrecen              82071   Hungarian town

(82071) Debrecen = 2000 YA32
      Discovered 2000 Dec. 31 by K. S\´arneczky and L. Kiss at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      Debrecen is the second largest city in Hungary. It is the regional
centre and the capital of Hajd\´u-Bihar county. The Heliophysical
Observatory of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences originated from the
educational observatory of Kossuth University in 1958.


Karinthy              84919   Hungarian author

(84919) Karinthy = 2003 VL
      Discovered 2003 Nov. 3 by K. S\´arneczky and S. M\´esz\´aros at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      Frigyes Karinthy (1887-1938) was a Hungarian author, playwright,
poet, journalist and translator. His sense of humour and criticism already
appeared in his early diaries. He started his writing career as a
journalist and remained a writer of short, humorous blurbs until his
death. He is one of the most popular Hungarian writers.


Sz\´echenyi           91025   Hungarian writer

(91024) Sz\´echenyi = 1998 DA33
      Discovered 1998 Feb. 28 by K. S\´arneczky and L. Kiss at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      Count Istv\´an Sz\´echenyi (1791-1860) ´´The Greatest Hungarian´´
was a writer, reformer and patriot. Apart from promoting the first
permanent bridge between Buda and Pest, he became famous for donating a
year´s income towards the foundation of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.


Irinyi               106869   Hungarian inventor

(106869) Irinyi = 2000 YY31
      Discovered 2001 Jan. 1 by K. S\´arneczky and L. Kiss at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      J\´anos Irinyi (1817-1895) was the the inventor of the safety match.
An unsuccessful experiment of his professor at the Vienna Polytechnikum
gave him the idea that if the usual compound is replaced by phosphorus, a
silent, non-explosive match can be created in 1836. After returning home
he founded the first factories for matches in Pest.


Aquincum             107052   Name of Roman town

(107052) Aquincum = 2001 AQ
      Discovered 2001 Jan. 1 by K. S\´arneczky and L. Kiss at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      Aquincum was the northernmost Roman garrison and town between AD 1st
and AD 4th century in the part of modern area of Budapest named
\´Obuda. This suggestion is in honor to Council of \´Obuda for
endorsing the Hungarian amateur astronomy.


Lugosi               125071   Hungarian actor

(125071) Lugosi = 2001 TX242
      Discovered 2001 Oct. 8 by K. S\´arneczky on NEAT images taken at
Palomar.
      B\´ela Lugosi (1883-1956) was a Hungarian actor best known for his
portrayal of Count Dracula in the American Broadway stage production (1927),
and subsequent film (1931), of Bram Stoker´s classic vampire story. Later
in his carreer he played numerous grandguignol films. His last film was
released posthumously in 1959.


Kand\´ok\´alm\´an    126245   Hungarian engineer

(126245) Kand\´ok\´alm\´an = 2002 AY66
      Discovered 2002 Jan. 13 by K. S\´arneczky and Z. Heiner at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      K\´alm\´an Kand\´o (1869-1931) was one of the creators of the
electric railway. He developed high-voltage three phase alternating
current motors and generators for electric locomotives. Based on their
design, the Italian Valtellina railway line was electrified, which became
Europe´s first electrified main railway line. This asteroid was discovered
on the 133th anniversary of his birth.


Tapolca              129259   Hungarian town

(129259) Tapolca = 2005 QD75
      Discovered 2005 Aug. 25 by K. S\´arneczky and D. Sz\´am at
Piszk\´estet\H o.
      Tapolca is a town in Hungary close to the Lake Balaton. The
dynamically developing small town of 20,000 inhabitants has been the
regional centre since the 13th century. The nearly 300 meter long
cave-system, named ´´Lake Cave´´, which is situated in the heart of the
town, is a unique attraction in Central Europe. Tapolca is the birthplace
of the second discoverer.


Kem\´eny             132718   Hungarian-american mathematician

(132718) Kem\´eny = 2002 ON27
      Discovered 2002 July 23 by K. S\´arneczky on NEAT images taken at
Palomar.
      John George Kem\´eny (1926-1992) was a Hungarian-born US
mathematician, computer scientist, and educator best known for
co-developing the BASIC programming language in 1964 with Thomas Eugene
Kurtz. He also served as the 13th President of Dartmouth College 1970-1981
and pioneered the use of computers in college education. John Kemeny was a
great teacher and teaching was his first love.


Hunstead             171429   Australian astronomer

(171429) Hunstead
      Discovered 2007 Sept. 1 by K. S\´arneczky and L. Kiss at Siding
Spring.
      Richard (Dick) W. Hunstead (b. 1943) is an Australian astronomer,
who spent most of his career in Sydney. His primary research interest has
been the high-redshift Universe, including quasars, high-redshift radio
galaxies, clusters of galaxies and giant radio galaxies. He has also long
been renowned for great enthusiasm in teaching and supervising research
students.
Vissza

  

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