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Near infrared spectrum of minor planet w:2003 UB313, taken with the Gemini 8 m telescope. Credit: Michael Brown, Chad Trujillo, David Rabinowitz. Released under GFDL with permission from Michael Brown. (from wikipedia:en)

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