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Asteroids discovered: 58
8721 AMOS January 14, 1996
9651 Arii-SooHoo January 7, 1996
10193 Nishimoto August 8, 1996
10863 Oye August 31, 1995
11104 Airion October 6, 1995
12426 Racquetball November 14, 1995
12443 Paulsydney March 15, 1996
13168 Danoconnell December 6, 1995
(14066) 1996 FA4 March 20, 1996
14942 Stevebaker June 21, 1995
(19279) 1995 YC4 December 28, 1995
(19281) 1996 AP3 January 14, 1996
(20128) 1996 AK January 7, 1996
(21244) 1995 XU1 December 14, 1995
(26176) 1996 GD2 April 15, 1996
27870 Jillwatson November 12, 1995
(27898) 1996 OS2 July 23, 1996
(29395) 1996 PO1 August 5, 1996
31000 Rockchic November 11, 1995
31020 Skarupa March 17, 1996
32943 Sandyryan November 13, 1995
(32949) 1996 AR3 January 14, 1996
37692 Loribragg November 12, 1995
(37700) 1996 AL3 January 10, 1996
(39671) 1996 AG January 7, 1996
(42544) 1996 EL2 March 11, 1996
(43995) 1997 PY5 August 14, 1997
48628 Janetfender September 7, 1995
(48712) 1996 OV2 July 26, 1996
(52506) 1996 FK4 March 23, 1996
(52525) 1996 PJ August 8, 1996
(52534) 1996 TB15 October 7, 1996
58365 Robmedrano July 27, 1995
(58575) 1997 RK9 September 11, 1997
(73953) 1997 UN20 October 27, 1997
(85374) 1996 FC4 March 22, 1996
85386 Payton July 26, 1996
90817 Doylehall September 1, 1995
90818 Daverichards September 14, 1995
90820 McCann September 20, 1995
(90850) 1996 FM1 March 16, 1996
(100421) 1996 FF4 March 23, 1996
(100425) 1996 HM April 17, 1996
(120624) 1996 EM2 March 11, 1996
(120728) 1997 SG32 September 28, 1997
(120729) 1997 SH32 September 28, 1997
(120738) 1997 TO17 October 2, 1997
(150148) 1996 FX3 March 20, 1996
(162032) 1995 WJ8 November 20, 1995
(164655) 1996 HR1 April 22, 1996
(168359) 1996 DH3 February 29, 1996
(175698) 1995 UQ8 October 20, 1995
(185670) 1995 RS September 14, 1995
(200102) 1995 QH3 August 31, 1995
(210481) 1996 HQ1 April 20, 1996
(217636) 1996 PH3 August 14, 1996
(225304) 1995 WH8 November 19, 1995
(225308) 1996 HH April 17, 1996

The Air Force Maui Optical and Supercomputing (AMOS) observatory is an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) operating location on Maui, Hawaii, with a twofold mission. First, it conducts the research and development mission on the Maui Space Surveillance System (MSSS) at the Maui Space Surveillance Complex (MSSC). Second, it oversees operation of the Maui High Performance Computing Center (MHPCC). AFRL's research and development mission on Maui was formally called AMOS; the use of the term AMOS has been widespread throughout the technical community for over thirty years and is still used today at many technical conferences.


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