Asteroid named after Douglas Adams

Alan Boyle, science editor at MSNBC says Asteroid Douglasadams was among the 71 newly named celestial objects announced Tuesday by the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center in Cambridge, Mass. Other honorees range from Ball Aerospace and the city of Las Vegas to the sometimes-overlooked co-discoverer of the DNA double helix, Rosalind Franklin.
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This silly for me to say but...
YAY!

He was a funny man who died far too soon.

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