Wrubel

1957 XB. Discovered 1957 Dec. 15 at the Goethe Link Observatory at Brooklyn, Indiana.

Named in honor of Marshal H. Wrubel, faculty member at Indiana University (1950-68) and university professor of astronomy (1966-68). He was co-founder of the Indiana University Research Computing Center and a pioneer in the use of high speed computers for astrophysical computations, and a brilliant teacher whose profound influence continues to show in the work of his 14 Ph.D. students. (M 3143) Proposed by F. K. Edmondson.

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