|Discovery and designation|
|Discovered by||Osservatorio San Vittore|
|Discovery place||Bologna, Italy|
|Discovery date||September 25, 1997|
|Other names||1997 SP4|
|Reference date May 14, 2008|
|Longest distance from the Sun||3.1941169|
|Shortest distance from the Sun||2.7301881|
|How long it takes to complete an orbit||1862.1281362|
|Angle above the reference plane
|Size and other qualities|
It is named after Umberto Dall'Olmo (1925-1980), who was an amateur astronomer with college degrees in both law and physics, who spent most of his time observing Jupiter and studying flare stars. He was also interested in the history of astronomy and worked as a technician at the University of Bologna's Institute of Astronomy.
Notes[change | change source]
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory at CalTech (11 May 2009). "15385 Dallolmo (1997 SP4)". http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=15385+Dallolmo. Retrieved 1 August 2009.