Blanco

1984 HG1. Discovered 1984 Apr. 23 by W. Ferreri at La Silla.

Named in honor of Carlo Blanco, professor of astronomy at Catania University. Known for his intense activity in the observation and analysis of the mutual eclipses of the major satellites of Jupiter and Saturn, he is also involved in international campaigns devoted to observations of minor planets and the Pluto-Charon system. Furthermore, he has contributed to the study of solar-type stellar activity, in particular to analyses of stellar chromospheres and coronas. (M 17224)

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