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  • Since then, many thousands of smaller asteroids have been found.
  • Many asteroids have been placed in groups and families based on their orbital characteristics.
  • NASA's plans to capture an asteroid has raised questions about how space law would be applied in practice.
  • In a number of the years, only a single asteroid has been added to the list; but in others whole groups have been found. Cited from Notable Events of the Nineteenth Century, by Various
  • A small number of asteroids have been found which are co-orbital with Earth.
  • The asteroids have long been suggested as possible sites for human colonization.
  • Six asteroids have been discovered at this site.
  • Eight different asteroids have to be explored before being able to rescue Layla's best friend.
  • The phase curves of many asteroids have also been observed and they too may exhibit opposition surges.
  • Since then radar observations of other asteroids have found other contact binaries.
  • Its surface coloring is very dark and the asteroid has probably a primitive carbonaceous composition.
  • Only a small fraction of asteroids have been named.
  • A number of other asteroids have since been named after Star Trek characters, as well as after musicians and other figures in pop culture.
  • More than two dozen known asteroids have higher than a one in a million chance of impacting into Earth within the next 100 years.
  • These asteroids have not yet been directly sampled by scientists.
  • The game begins in the Sierra Mountains, where an asteroid has crashed.
  • This suggests that the asteroid has undergone significant water-based alteration.
  • One occultation of a star by the asteroid has been observed, in 2000.
  • This version of the asteroid has medical and science facilities, an observation deck, sleeping quarters, and a swimming pool.
  • "If our asteroid has carried with it a portion of the old earth's atmosphere, why should it not likewise retain something of its central fire?" Cited from Off on a Comet, by Jules Verne
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