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    EURONEAR - Discoveries

During 2008-2015 the following NEAs were serendipitously discovered (9 secured and 5 lost) with the INT and ESO/MPG telescopes part of the EURONEAR project:

Designation Orbit Discoverers
2014 LU14 Orbit L. Hudin, O. Vaduvescu, V. Tudor
2014 NL52 Orbit L. Hudin, O. Vaduvescu, V. Tudor, O. Zamora
2014 OL339 Orbit Earth quasi-satellite! F. Char, O. Vaduvescu, V. Tudor
2014 SG143 Orbit L. Hudin, O. Vaduvescu, T. Mocnik, M. Popescu
2014 VP Orbit L. Hudin, R. Cornea, O. Vaduvescu, T. Mocnik, M. Diaz Alfaro, I. Ordonez-Etxeberria, F. Lopez-Martinez
2015 HA117 Orbit L. Hudin, O. Vaduvescu, M. Monelli, L. Monteagudo
2015 LT24 Orbit V. Inceu, O. Vaduvescu, S. Pyrzas
2015 VF65 Orbit L. Hudin, O. Vaduvescu, O. Toloza
2015 VG66 Orbit L. Hudin, O. Vaduvescu, O. Toloza
EUHT400 One-night lost L. Hudin, O. Vaduvescu, V. Dhillon, D. Sahman
EUMO314 One-night lost T. Mocnik, F. Lopez-Martinez, O. Vaduvescu
EURV027 One-night lost (possibly geocentric object) O. Vaduvescu, J. Font
EURVG08 One-night lost A. Manilla-Robles, O. Vaduvescu, P. van Oers
VBVI213 One-night lost D. Vidican, O. Vaduvescu, M. Birlan

Other few hundred MBAs were discovered during the same period, including the following 9 later named objects after Romanian raised to stars astronomers and public outreach people: (263516) Alexescu, (257005) Arpadpal, (320790) Anestin, (330634) Boico, (346261) Alexandrescu, (450931) Coculescu, (358894) Demetrescu, (365761) Popovici and (369088) Marcus.