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Here’s what the Surface of the (2nd) Largest Asteroid Looks like

19 Nov 2014, 13:29 UTC
Here’s what the Surface of the (2nd) Largest Asteroid Looks like
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Vesta is the 2nd-largest Asteroid in the well known asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. 525 Km in diameter, it is very big for an asteroid. If it was much bigger we would call it a dwarf planet. The Dawn Spacecraft, launched in 2007, stopped by Vesta in 2011 and stuck with it […]

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