| Mario Juric|
| Princeton University|
| Long-term Evolution and Stability of Planetary Systems|
(36181) 1999 TT10, (38456) 1999 TO6
Mario Jurić Wikipedia
Mario Jurić (born 9 February 1979) is a Croatian astronomer.
Jurić was born in Zagreb. He graduated from the University of Zagreb Faculty of Science, and received a doctorate at Princeton University in 2007. He is the Data Management Project Scientist for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope.
Together with prolific amateur astronomer Korado Korlević, Jurić has co-discovered 125 asteroids, and one comet, 183P/Korlević-Jurić. He took part in discovery of the Sloan Great Wall, at the time the largest known structure in the Universe. His co-discovery, the Koronian asteroid 22899 Alconrad is one of the smallest known binary asteroids in the main-belt.