Emp

1987 SB1. Discovered 1987 Sept. 19 by E. Bowell at Anderson Mesa.

Named by the Minor Planet Names Committee for the Ehfemeridy Malykh Planet or Ephemerides of Minor Planets, the annual publication of ephemerides of the numbered minor planets and updates of the orbital elements of these bodies to a current epoch. Many new orbit improvements are also included in the EMP each year. Under the auspices of the IAU Commission 20, the EMP, successor to the old Kleine Planeten volumes, has been published since 1948 by the Minor Planets and Comets department of the Institute of Theoretical Astronomy in St. Petersburg (formerly Leningrad). The EMP is also now available in a computer-diskette edition. (M 19342)

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