Asteroid 4325, Guest, was discovered April 18, 1982 by Edward Bowell at Flagstaff, Arizona. It has a period of 4 years, 206 days.

It was named for British geologist, vulcanologist and planetary scientist John E. Guest, who participated in the mapping of the Moon, Mars and other celestial bodies and wrote a book on the volcano Mount Etna in Italy; he was a former colleague of Bowell at the University of London.

The meaning of asteroid Guest seems to be guests (Henk Middelraad); possibly, having to do with guests or hospitality, vulcanology, planetary geology, the mapping of celestial objects..

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