type asteroid

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  • Being a P-type asteroid, it has a very dark surface and may contain water.
  • It is a rare T-type asteroid and has a relatively dark surface.
  • It is an X-type asteroid, so its surface composition is yet unknown.
  • A variety of other M-type asteroids do not fit well into a metallic body picture.
  • These latter two are the only V-type asteroids discovered in the outer belt to date.
  • It has a very bright surface, unusually bright even for a rocky S-type asteroid.
  • For example pure C-type asteroids are much darker than most.
  • Based upon its spectrum, this object is classified as a C-type asteroid.
  • M-type asteroids are the third most common asteroid type.
  • Its spectral class is intermediate between the C-type and P-type asteroids.
  • It is classified as an S-type asteroid based upon its spectrum.
  • A small number are classified as P or C-type asteroids.
  • It is a C-type asteroid, meaning that it is very dark and composed of carbonaceous material.
  • Their colors are somewhat redder than S-type asteroids and they do not show spectral features.
  • Based upon its spectrum, this is classified as an S-type asteroid.
  • Based upon its spectrum, it is classified as an S-type asteroid.
  • It is classified as one of the few R-type asteroids.
  • Based upon its spectrum, this is classified as a C-type asteroid.
  • As a result, the Eos family have been given their own category of K-type asteroids.
  • It is a dark C-type asteroid and is probably composed of primitive carbonaceous material.
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