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File:Asteroid 2004 FH.gif

Asteroid_2004_FH.gif(255 × 255 pixels, file size: 1.94 MB, MIME type: image/gif, looped, 61 frames)


Description Timelapse of Asteroid 2004 FH's flyby (NASA/JPL Public Domain) 2004 FH is the centre dot being followed by the sequence; the object that flashes by near the end is an artificial satellite.
Author Images obtained by Stefano Sposetti, Switzerland on March 18, 2004. Animation made Raoul Behrend, Geneva Observatory, Switzerland.
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