Asteroid 21399, Bateman, was discovered on March 20, 1998 by MIT Lincoln Laboratory's Near-Earth Asteroid Research program.
It was named for Sag Harbor, New York high-school student Ailish Elizabeth Bateman (born 1987), who entered a chemistry project in the 2005 Intel Science Talent Search, reaching the finals. It has a period of 3 years, 108 days.
Astrologically, Bateman seems to indicate "faith-based", social science or engineering, "this is not an exit," wanting everyone to "feel your pain."
James Dobson has Bateman semisquare Mars and Chariklo.
Pat Robertson has Bateman square Juno and opposite Pallas.
Billy Sunday had Bateman sextile Jupiter, trine Nessus and opposite Uranus.
Karla Homolka has Bateman in the sixth house, on the Descendant, square Juno, and trine Jupiter and Don Quixote.
Theresa Cross had Bateman sextile the Sun and quincunx Chiron.
Ted Kaczynski has Bateman sextile Pandora, Don Quixote and the South Node, square Chiron and Varuna, and trine the North Node.
Iris Chang, author of an acclaimed expose about Japanese wartime atrocities in China in the 1930s, had Bateman square the Sun.
King Mswati III of Swaziland, listed by some authorities as one of the world's worst dictators, has Bateman trine Elatus.
The glyph for Bateman is mine.