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Article:Scott S. Sheppard
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'''Scott S. Sheppard''' is an [[astronomer]] in the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism at the [[Carnegie Institution for Science]]. Starting as a graduate student at the [[Institute for Astronomy]] at the [[University of Hawaii]], he was credited with the discovery of many small moons of [[Jupiter]], [[Saturn]], [[Uranus]], and [[Neptune]]. He has also discovered the second known leading [[Neptune trojan]], {{mpl|2004 UP|10}}, and the first known trailing Neptune trojan, {{mpl|2008 LC|18}}, as well as several [[Kuiper belt]] objects, [[centaur (minor planet)|centaurs]], and [[Near-Earth object|near-Earth asteroids]].
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'''Scott S. Sheppard''' is an young [[astronomer]] in the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism at the [[Carnegie Institution for Science]]. Starting as a graduate student at the [[Institute for Astronomy]] at the [[University of Hawaii]], he was credited with the discovery of many small moons of [[Jupiter]], [[Saturn]], [[Uranus]], and [[Neptune]]. He has also discovered the second known leading [[Neptune trojan]], {{mpl|2004 UP|10}}, and the first known trailing Neptune trojan, {{mpl|2008 LC|18}}, as well as several [[Kuiper belt]] objects, [[centaur (minor planet)|centaurs]], and [[Near-Earth object|near-Earth asteroids]].
   
 
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