Norman G. Thomas
Norman G. Thomas (* 1930) is an American astronomer.
Thomas worked at the Lowell Observatory and used a blink comparator. He worked with Robert Burnham, Jr., the author of the famous three -volume work Celestial Handbook.
Thomas discovered 55 asteroids, including the Apollo asteroid ( 4544 ) and Xanthus ( 4581 ) Asclepius and the Amor asteroid ( 3352 ) McAuliffe.
The main belt asteroid ( 2555 ) Thomas was named after him.
- Astronomer ( 20th century)
- Born in 1930