Discovered 1905 May 28 by P. Götz at Heidelberg.
This name is an allusion to C. Pulfrich’s stereo-comparator (see also his paper in AN 159, 83 (1902)), by the aid of which he discovered a planet which had previously been overlooked on older photographic plates. It was the first planet discovered by the method and was later identified with Stereoskopia. (H 60)
Named (AN 169, 363 (1905)) by C. Pulfrich.