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15976 Alicanto Alicanto Bennu 0.06 -0.08 111.93 6.97 -7.05 119.03 104.97 +E (0-360) SA - Chile Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [557] Chilean mythological nocturnal bird whose wings shine at night with metallic colors so bright that cast no shadow. It lives in small caves and eats metal ores, weight of which gives no possibility to fly. Feb 12, 2021
15974 Bralgah Bralgah Bennu 0.07 -44.36 324.99 -36.45 -52.31 335.53 313.78 +E (0-360) OC - Australia Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [611] In myths of Aboriginal Australian people of the Murray River basin, a crane, who tossed an egg from the nest of emu Dinewan into the sky where it became the sun. Feb 12, 2021
15975 Dinewan Dinewan Bennu 0.01 -41.4 323.7 -40.44 -42.38 325.2 322.16 +E (0-360) OC - Australia Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [611] Emu whose egg created the sun in the myths of Aboriginal Australian people of the Murray River basin. Feb 12, 2021
15977 Hokioi Hokioi Bennu 0.03 55.07 41.78 58.2 51.7 46.95 36.47 +E (0-360) OC - New Zealand Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [612] Maori (New Zealand) mythical bird with enormously long divided tail, which lives in heavens and never visits earth. Feb 12, 2021
15972 Huhuk Huhuk Bennu 0.08 -1.12 152.3 7.32 -9.82 160.12 143.99 +E (0-360) NA - Pawnee Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [609] Pawnee (Central USA) Thunderbird, a huge long-necked bird with a forked, jagged tail. The beating of his wings causes thunder. Feb 11, 2021
15981 Lilitu Lilitu Bennu 0.03 -26.13 115.36 -23.05 -29.44 118.67 111.77 +E (0-360) AS - Mesopotamian Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [616] Mesopotamian /Sumerian nocturnal wind demon depicted as woman with wings and birds' feet with talons. Mar 17, 2021
15971 Minokawa Minokawa Bennu 0.18 -8.79 269.1 9.81 -27.39 289.66 248.54 +E (0-360) AS - Philippines Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [608] Massive bird that resides beyond the eastern horizon since before time began and causes lunar eclipses in myths of Bagobo (Lumad group at Mindanao Island, S. Philippines). Feb 11, 2021
15973 Ohnivak Ohnivak Bennu 0.04 -4.23 125.67 0.26 -8.66 130.38 120.97 +E (0-360) EU - Czech Republic Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [610] In Czech and Slovak folklore, glowing or burning bird (firebird) with colorful red, gold and orange feathers. Feb 12, 2021
15982 Pegasus Pegasus Bennu 0.01 23.53 329.83 24.97 22.17 331.58 328.1 +E (0-360) EU - Greek Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [557] Winged horse in Greek mythology. Feb 12, 2021
15980 Sampati Sampati Bennu 0.01 -19.02 97.34 -17.96 -20.13 98.64 95.98 +E (0-360) AS - Hindu Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [615] In Hindu mythology, a giant bird, vulture, whose wings had been burnt by the blaze of the Sun when he had flown too close to it in racing with his brother. Feb 12, 2021
15978 Wuchowsen Wuchowsen Bennu 0.02 11.78 88.13 14 9.63 90.42 85.72 +E (0-360) NA - Algonquin Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [613] Abenaki (Algonquians of NE USA) giant bird, named Windblower, who sits upon a rock at the edge of the sky far in the north and produces winds by his wings. Feb 12, 2021
15979 Wututu Wututu Bennu 0.01 -17.03 84.34 -15.51 -18.51 85.84 82.85 +E (0-360) AF - Benin Crater, craters AA - Approved Dec 18, 2020 [614] Fon (Benin/Dahomey) mythical bird which reconciled the two gods in their dispute and thus ended a great drought. Feb 12, 2021

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