1986 TL2. Discovered 1986 Oct. 7 by E. Bowell at Anderson Mesa.
Named in honor of Andrew Lowe, a Canadian professional geophysicist and amateur astronomer in Calgary who has particular interests in computational astronomy involving minor planets and occultations. In recent years, he has opened up a new area of identification research by establishing several cases of linkages of orbits where the observations of the minor planets involved were made on only two nights at individual oppositions. (M 16247)