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Dátum: 2008-01-25 21:54:58
Feladó: Sárneczky Krisztián
Tárgy: Re: Re: Újabb magyar elnevezésu kisbolygók
Igen. Szám Dorottya.

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On Fri, 25 Jan 2008, LEONIDAK-l: Tücsi wrote:

> jól fejtettem vissza a felfedez?k 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.
>
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