Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature
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1960 Finsen Dorsum Finsen Dorsum Eros 0 -48 350 -48 -48 350 350 +W (0-360) AF - South Africa Dorsum, dorsa DO - Approved 2003 [168] William S.; South African astronomer, detected Eros' elongated shape (1905-1979). Oct 1, 2006
2513 Hinks Dorsum Hinks Dorsum Eros 0 42 318 42 42 318 318 +W (0-360) EU - England Dorsum, dorsa DO - Approved 2003 [68] Arthur Robert; English astronomer, first used Eros for solar parallax (1873-1945). Oct 1, 2006

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