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> "It laps it," explained Richard Greenberg, an astronomer at the
> University of Arizona. "Time and time again they line up exactly
> at the same position. They have a gravitational effect at the same
> point, every time."
> Greenberg said the finding helps astronomers explain how
> the population of near-Earth asteroids is replenished.
> Greenberg, who wrote a commentary about the findings, said scientists
> had always assumed that weaker resonances were not strong enough to
> affect the asteroids.
> Greenberg said the phenomenon could also explain meteorites, which
> are pieces of asteroids. The name meteorite, he pointed out, comes
> from the same word for meteorology.
Hello Julia and List,
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