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Minor planets discovered: 12
8371 Goven October 2, 1991
8710 Hawley May 15, 1994
12306 Pebronstein October 7, 1991
12373 Lancearmstrong May 15, 1994
12374 Rakhat May 15, 1994
(16553) 1991 TL14 October 7, 1991
20017 Alixcatherine October 2, 1991
(21083) 1991 TH14 October 2, 1991
(39544) 1991 TN14 October 7, 1991
(42493) 1991 TG14 October 2, 1991
(58295) 1994 JJ9 May 15, 1994
(100048) 1991 TE14 October 2, 1991

Charles P. de Saint-Aignan (born 1977 in Paris) is an American software engineer who works for IBM on the IBM Watson project. He graduated from St. Paul's School (Concord, New Hampshire), in 1995,<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> followed by Brown University (Providence, Rhode Island), in 1999.

In 1994, Charles worked for Ted Bowell at Lowell Observatory, where he discovered a number of asteroids. The first asteroid he found was named for Walter Hawley, his high school astronomy teacher.

Asteroid 5995 Saint-Aignan is named for Charles.


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