Brace

1997 RP7. Discovered 1997 Sept. 11 by R. Linderholm at Lime Creek.

Named in memory of DeWitt Bristol Brace (18581905), who founded the department of physics and astronomy at the University of Nebraska in 1888. His was the first definitive study resulting in the broad dismissal of the "ether" theory. His work was recognized and applauded by Rutherford, among many others. In 1901 Brace was elected vice-president of the

American Association for the Advancement of Science. (M 35495)

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