Brigitta Sipőcz

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Brigitta Sipőcz
Occupation Astronomer
Discovered minor planets: 36 [1]
84921 Morkoláb[2] 9 November 2003
90370 Jókaimór[2] 7 July 2003
95954 Bayzoltán[2] 23 August 2003
114987 Tittel[2] 26 August 2003
114990 Szeidl[2] 26 August 2003
114991 Balázs[2] 26 August 2003
115058 Tassantal[2] 4 September 2003
115059 Nagykároly[2] 5 September 2003
115254 Fényi[2] 22 September 2003
115885 Ganz[2] 6 November 2003
128062 Szrogh[2] 6 July 2003
133161 Ruttkai[2] 24 August 2003
133250 Rubik[2] 5 September 2003
157020 Fertőszentmiklós[2] 26 August 2003
161349 Mecsek[2] 19 September 2003
163819 Teleki[2] 7 September 2003
191341 Lánczos[2] 24 August 2003
196736 Munkácsy[2] 19 September 2003
209054 Lombkató[2] 23 August 2003
228893 Gerevich[2] 6 September 2003
230656 Kovácspál[2] 19 September 2003
235201 Lorántffy[2] 23 September 2003
240364 Kozmutza[2] 20 September 2003
253412 Ráskaylea[2] 23 August 2003
287693 Hugonnaivilma[2] 24 August 2003
287787 Karády[2] 20 September 2003

Brigitta Sipőcz is a Hungarian astronomer and discoverer of minor planets.

Sipőcz works as a researcher at the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom, at the time she was searching for the transit of M dwarfs.[3]

The Minor Planet Center credits her with the discovery of 35 minor planets, all made in collaboration with Krisztián Sárneczky in 2003.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Minor Planet Discoverers (by number)". Minor Planet Center. 23 May 2016. Archived from the original on 28 June 2012. Retrieved 1 June 2016. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z In collaboration with Krisztián Sárneczky.
  3. ^ "People - Centre for Astrophysics Research". University of Hertfordshire). Archived from the original on March 21, 2012.