1761 Edmondson is a main-belt asteroid discovered March 30, 1952 by the Indiana Asteroid Program at Goethe Link Observatory near Brooklyn, Indiana. It is named for astronomer Frank K. Edmondson of Indiana University, the program's founder and director.
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