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Toutatis Inbound

Toutatis Inbound

An asteroid known as Toutatis, the size of a small city, is due to make its closest pass to Earth on Sept. 29, 2004. The giant pockmarked rock has a very odd shape and rotation pattern and has been described as one of the stranger objects in space. Read more about it in this article(1) from Space.com.
Computer model of Toutatis based on radar data

1. http://space.com/scienceastronomy/mystery_monday_040503.html

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